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FAQs

What materials do you use for your jewelry?

All stones used in bracelets malas are high-quality natural stones that have not been dyed, although some have been treated to create a matte or frosted appearance.

A metal bead is often used to hide the knot made to secure the jewelry. Many of the pieces allow for the choice between silver or bronze beads. The metal pieces are made with zinc alloy and are lead and nickel free.

You can also customize the bracelet with the addition of lava beads to use as an essential oil diffuser. 

How Can I Accurately Determine My Bracelet Size?

Use a soft tape measure or download this PDF of a printable ruler to measure around your wrist

Take your measurement and add 1/2" and you've got your size!. If you like a looser bracelet, add 1". Note: The average woman's wrist is usually between 6-7".

An elastic stretch cord is used for stringing the bracelets and it will loosen slightly over time.

Caring for Your Bracelet

Roll the bracelets over the hand rather than pulling on one end to keep the stringing material from snapping. 

It is best to not submerge your jewelry in water. This will keep it looking beautiful longer and will make your stringing material last longer

 

All bracelets are made with high-quality natural stones that have not been dyed, although some have been treated to create a matte or frosted appearance. Most bracelets can be customized with either silver or bronze accent pieces as well as with the addition of lava beads to use as an essential oil diffuser. The metal pieces are made with zinc alloy and are lead and nickel free.

To determine the proper size for your bracelet, measure around your wrist and add 1/2". If you like a looser bracelet, add 1". The average woman's wrist is usually between 6-7". An elastic stretch cord is used for stringing the bracelets and it will loosen slightly over time. Roll the bracelets over the hand rather than pulling on one end to keep the stringing material from snapping. 

It is best to not submerge your jewelry in water. This will keep your jewelry looking beautiful longer and will make your stringing material last longer as well.