TDF Diamonds & Gold

Have you ever observed how our moms used to put on jewellery after they were completely dressed? But above all, it may have something to do with your cosmetology routine, especially your perfume! Often caused by perfume essential oils, ethyl alcohol, and dyes. Consistent exposure to perfume can harm jewelry due to the presence of oils, synthetics including ethyl alcohol, and certain color dyes. These ingredients can cause jewelry to lose its sheen, erode metal coatings, or create a dull layer making the jewelry appear discolored. Isn’t it shocking? But don’t worry. All you have to do is understand why this is happening and what impact it can have. After processing it, TDF has listed down the possible damages along with the measures to take in order to keep your jewellery’s shine intact forever. 


Perfume Impact on Pearl Jewellery

 It is no exaggeration to say that pearls are more affected by perfume and hairspray damage than gold, silver, and diamonds. Pearls not only discolor when exposed to perfume but can also lose their texture and luster. Also, to avoid physical damage, it is best to store the beads in a clean, dry ziplock bag. 


 Perfume Impact on Gold Jewellery 

 First of all, it is important to understand that gold is a very flexible, loose, and yielding metal and therefore does not have the power to hold a Jewellery design of a complex shape. Almost all gold Jewellery contains a small proportion of metal alloys such as silver, copper, palladium, and zinc, and the Jewellery retains its shape and bends, cracks, or breaks. We might have no idea that Perfumes do not react directly with pure gold but can attack the metal alloys . However, when it comes to gold, perfumes can often lead to discoloration or simply dull luster of this precious metal, which directly affects the look and charm of the jewelry. 


 Perfume Impact on Diamond Jewellery 

In most cases, diamonds are considered too strong to be damaged, especially from those that look light and subtle, such as perfumes. However, that is not the case. Diamonds and all other natural gems are vulnerable to damage from the essential oils in perfumes. Accumulation of these oils on diamonds can create a pale yellow tint that can be difficult to remove. Perfumes can be harmful to diamonds and other natural gemstones. If essential oils in perfume are not cleaned on a regular basis, they build upon diamonds and begin to give them a dull, yellow hue. The presence of chemicals in perfume reduces diamond radiance.


The Effect of Perfume on Silver Jewellery 

 As you may already know, silver is a metal that oxidizes quickly, which is essentially why most of the silver Jewellery and utensils that you may possess often turn into metallic black when used regularly, or when they come in direct contact with air. Unfortunately, silver also reacts similarly and rather quickly, when exposed to the chemicals present in perfumes. You may be wondering, if sterling silver Jewellery doesn`t get oxidized as easily, it probably doesn`t react with perfumes. 

 As you may have guessed, your sterling silver Jewellery might get a greenish hue if it is exposed to perfumes on a regular basis. The same is true if the Jewellery comes in contact with aroma oils. 

Organic perfumes, perfumes, and even oils have the same effect on gold, diamonds, silver, pearls, and fake Jewellery. 


How to avoid harm to gold, silver, and diamond Jewellery from perfumes?

-Jewellery is one of our most personal and treasured accessories. An elegant piece of Jewellery makes a unique statement. Understanding how to care for your Jewellery so that it retains its beauty and valuable quality for future generations.

-Clean your Jewellery regularly as Sweat and body oils can dull the luster of your Jewellery, Clean with Warm soapy water and a soft toothbrush 

-Keep Jewellery away from household chemicals such as hair spray, and perfumes, as these can dull their luster and cause spots and blotches over time.

-Avoid exposing your valuable Jewellery to saltwater, Perfumes harsh chemicals such as chlorine or detergents. These chemicals have the potential to erode the finish and polish of gemstones over time.

-Hairspray, perfume, and can all cause Jewellery to dull.

-Apply the  Perfume First and then, put on your Jewellery.


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