Care Instructions for Jewelry/ How to Cleanse Your Crystals
Care Instructions for Jewelry
As with any product, the life span of E-Monae Jewels will depend on the care
that you give to it. Here are some suggestions to help you with the care of your jewelry and to keep it looking new. Keep your jewelry stored in the bag or box that was provided to you for protection. Try to protect your jewelry from harsh chemicals, extreme temperatures and direct sunlight. Jewelry should be put on after washing and applying any soap, gels, and lotion. Natural stone beads can be cleaned with mild dish soap and warm water. Dry them with a soft cloth before putting away. You may also want to air dry to ensure that there is no moisture remaining in the bead holes. Always try to store your beaded bracelets and/or necklace flat. You should never wear any jewelry when swimming or showering. The chlorine can cause damage to various gemstones, silver and gold. Jewelry clothe and bag / boxes provided with purchase.
If you're looking for ways to cleanse and charge your gemstones.
You can rinse and stimulate your stones with the rain water by placing them under directly under rainfall for 4 to 5 minutes.
Important to note: Water does have a physical force, so be sure to only clean hard stones such as amethyst, turquoise, or quartz with this method (Not rose quartz they will fade).
Sunlight and Moonlight
Exposing your gemstones for 24 hours to both sunlight and moonlight can cleanse and charge your gemstones. Full moons are optimal energy sources for your gemstones as they manifest new beginnings, keeping up with the dates the full moon falls on to best charge your gemstones. For stones that are vulnerable to discoloration under the bright sun (such as Amber, Amethyst, and Rose Quartz). You can opt to put them out at dawn for an hour so that they don't change colors.
Important to note: Moonlight is a more delicate and will not alter the color of your stones the method that is especially effective with a full moon. Because the moon is at its brightest and full potential when full, it can increase the stone’s vibrations.
Burying your gemstones underground for 24 hour. Let the earth soak up all the unwanted energies.
Important to note: Always remember where you buried your gemstones.
You can use smoke to cleanse your stones by smudging. Smudging can be done with sage sticks, Palo Santo, or commercial incense like sandalwood or cedar, which is known to remove negativity. Wave your stone over your smoke source for 20 to 30 seconds to cleanse it while purifying your home.
A saltwater bath is one of the most common methods to clean your gemstones. Salt has been used in all religions for rituals and as a channel to absorb unwanted energy. You can soak your gemstones in saltwater overnight by using a larger bowl with water and a pinch of salt then let them sit overnight.
Important to note: It's not always a good idea to use salt water to cleanse gemstones as the salt can damage certain fragile stones, such as hematite or pyrite they can rust and others can lose their color. Make sure to rinse them afterward with warm water.