To keep your precious pieces of Lolya jewelry and Lolya fashion jewelry perfectly sparkling, follow these simple instructions:

·       Avoid scratching them against solid surfaces, to protect your jewelry pieces from any blemishes.

·       Take off your jewelry pieces whenever you’re about to start any housework or take a shower, for the ultimate shine.

·       Always have your jewelry as the last thing when you put on your dressing and the first the thing you take off when dressing.

·       Do not put your jewelry pieces in direct contact with any chemicals such as cleansers, perfumes, etc., for an intact jewelry surface.

·       Wear your pieces of jewelry rather than store them for a long time, this is the best way to avoid their oxidation and color change.

·       Wrap your Lolya jewelry in a cotton cloth and put them in their own box to keep the pieces in their finest form, when you’re about to store them.

·       Keep your Lolya jewelry in a dark, cool and dry place as it gets tarnished by extreme humidity or damage.



Clean your jewelry carefully with a soft, non-abrasive and lint-free cloth or chamois; this helps maintain or bring back its shine. If necessary, you can use a mild washing up liquid with warm water and a soft toothbrush, then rinse with clean water and pat dry with a soft cloth.

Avoid using ‘dip’ polish or abrasive jewelry cleaners as these contain harsh chemicals and can destroy your jewelry overtime. We do not recommend the use of any jewelry polishing cloths that have been treated with cleaners or polishing agents.

Keep your Lolya jewelry away from the following:

·        Chemicals present in perfume.

·        Hairspray.

·        Make-up.

·        Nail polish remover.

·        Body oils.

·        Suntan lotion.

·        Deodorant.

It is also preferred that you don’t keep jewelry in direct sunlight as prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause many gemstones to fade and lose their color and brilliance. 


Do not swim or shower while wearing your Lolya jewelry and remove rings when washing your hands.

Chlorine, saltwater and freshwater can damage precious metals and gemstones by dulling or eroding them. Gold and silver are particularly susceptible to damage from chlorine, which can permanently damage or discolor them. Soapy water when bathing and showering can also leave a thin film, which makes the metal seem dull.

Some stones can also be quite porous (such as turquoise and lapis lazuli), which is why you should not leave these kinds of stones immersed in water for too long. Liquids and oils can seep into the gems through the tiny cracks between the crystals, causing permanent discoloration and damage. Besides, porous gems should not be worn to a beach or other hot, extreme environments.