FAQ

THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS

Who makes all of your jewelry?


All of our jewelry is handmade by me in my home studio.




Do you use real crystals and gemstones?


Every single crystal and gemstone in our shop is 100% real.




Will my piece of jewelry look the same as the one in the picture?


No, not always. Crystals and gemstones are natural and come directly from the Earth. Each individual piece of jewelry is handmade, therefore the color, size and shape of every piece may look somewhat different from that of the stock photo.




How do I cleanse and charge my new crystal jewelry?


All of your pieces come cleansed and charged before I send them off to their new homes. But if you want to cleanse them yourself it is very easy:
1. Place your jewelry either in the sunlight or the moonlight for a few minutes. Extra energy if you use the light of the New Moon or Full Moon!
2. Use Selenite. Place your crystals on top of a piece of Selenite, or a Selenite charging plate (you can find them in our shop) for a few minutes and they will be cleansed and recharged.
3. Run them under running water for a few second. But be careful with this, as some stones should not get wet, such as Opal.




Where do your crystals comes from?


All of our crystals are ethically sourced. They come from all over the world, depending on where that specific crystal can be found. For example, real Larimar can ONLY be found in the Dominican Republic, therefore that is where ours comes from. And so on for other crystals.




Are your crystals ethically sourced?


Yes! Our crystals and gemstones are 100% ethically sourced!




What is crystal healing jewelry?


Crystal healing jewelry uses the natural healing powers and vibrations of crystals to help the wearer with whatever difficulties they are going through, whether it be physical, mental, spiritual or emotional.




Disclaimer


I am not a doctor. Stones/healing jewelry should be worn/used along with medical/mental health professionals and their services when needed.

Warning: Small parts/beads may be considered a choking hazard.