How To Clean Your Crystals
Do not use jewelry cleaner not specifically made for your stone. Jewelry cleaner is fantastic for gold and silver but can ruin pearls or other gemstones. Simply use a soft cloth to wipe away any debris. A soft microfibre jewelry cloth is perfect to buff the stones. For messy spills, use a very lightly dampened cloth to remove spills and then wipe dry.
Exposure To Water
There are several gemstones that are not recommended to be submerged in water. Some examples are amber, coral, pearl, opal, moonstone, kunzite, angelite an selenite.
It is my recommendation that the jewelry not be worn in the shower or submerged in water, regardless of the stone used. Submerging the stone or wearing them daily in the shower may cause them to lose lustre.
Do not wear your crystals in water.
Exposure To Sunlight
Some stones are affected by continuous direct sunlight. Prolonged sun exposure can fade some stones such as Kunzite and Rose Quartz so do not store your pieces in direct sunlight on a windowsill on a daily basis.
Avoid prolonged sun exposure. Do not store your crystals in direct sunlight.
Extreme Temperature Fluctuations
Some crystals can be altered by intense heat or extreme temperature fluctuations. For crystals effected by heat, for example Tourmaline, do not wear during intense exercise where your body heat will heat up your jewelry very quickly. Hot yoga with infrared heating may alter the color of tourmaline.
Avoid wearing in saunas, infrared saunas, prolonged intense exercise.
General care advice for all gemstones - Do not submerge in water; Do not expose to constant direct sunlight; Avoid wearing gemstone in extreme heat or extreme temperature fluctuations such as near infrared heat lamps at hot yoga or in saunas, or during vigorous and hot workouts.