Material and Care
Jewellery Care Guide
• Remove before shower, exercise, sleeping to prevent snagging the chains by accident
• Avoid direct contact with perfumes and chemical such as detergents, body lotions, etc.
• Avoid excessive friction on jewellery surface
• Wash it with mild soap and clean it dry thoroughly before storing it
• Place it in a sealed bag when not wearing
• Avoid exposure to humidity
Here at Mienlabel, we carry a range of Stainless Steel | Gold Filled & Rose Gold Filled | Sterling Silver
collections that use different materials.
Stainless steel is a great material for jewellery. On top of being durable, it is also hypoallergenic, hence suitable for wearer who has sensitive skin.
Gold and rose gold stainless steel jewellery designs are plated using durable and lasting IP (ion plating). With proper jewellery care, they can last a long time.
TIPS: If you are looking for a daily wear that you can put on 24/7, we highly recommend you to consider the silver stainless steel or our Radiance collection (made of gold filled/rose gold filled).
Radiance; A type of glowing.
The quality of being bright and sending out rays of light.
Radiance Collection represents hope and light.
Be the light that brings warmth and hope to those in need.
Gold Filled / Rose Gold Filled
Gold filled is made from layers of solid gold, pressure bonded to a base metal, usually the jeweller’s brass, using extreme heat. This results in a thick layer of real gold making it more durable and long lasting product. A gold filled jewellery is tarnish resistant, if properly maintained.
It is becoming a very popular alternative to solid gold as it offers the ideal balance of quality and value.
DO YOU KNOW?
A genuine gold filled material has to meet the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)'s definition and criteria — at least 5% or 1/20 of gold by weight.
TIPS: If your gold filled jewellery loses its shine over time, you can easily clean it gently with mild soap and lens cloth. *Do not rub it hard to avoid removing the gold on the surface of your jewellery.
Sterling silver is considered a precious metal, and consists of 92.5% pure silver. Sterling silver tarnishes naturally over time due to chemical reaction between sterling silver and the air and/or any chemicals that come in contact with it.
If your sterling silver jewellery pieces tarnish over time, you can easily regain its shine by cleaning it using mild soap and warm water. You can use a non abrasive cloth or a lens cloth to dry clean it. Make sure to completely dry it to avoid oxidation.
TIPS: Your skin oils and body chemistry may actually help to preserve the sterling silver, which is why we recommended you wear it frequently!