You know the difference between cheap and inexpensive, right? Here at diViene, we absolutely do not sell cheap jewelry! Many of our pieces, however, can certainly be considered inexpensive. Take the time to look through our selection of jewelry pieces under $100. There’s something here for everyone. After all, you don’t have to sacrifice your budget in order to wear high quality jewelry.
There’s more to it than just looking good, though. Did you know what cheap jewelry can do to your skin? How many times have you worn a cheap ring to find a green mark where you wore it? This can really be embarrassing—because it means that your jewelry is cheap and low quality. Why does this happen?
- Green skin from jewelry can be cause if you happen to have a high acidity level in your skin. These react with the metals and produce a green color on your skin.
- Copper and nickel are often used in cheap jewelry to make it look nicer. These metals are quite prone to oxidation! Here at diViene, we use only high quality sterling silver and gold.
- You might also notice a green color to your skin when you wear jewelry after putting on lotion or soap. This is a common reaction between the chemicals in soap and some cheap jewelry.
You don’t have to break the bank to avoid those embarrassing green marks! Shop diViene’s selection of jewelry that is $100 or less.