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  • Toxic Heavy Metals In Jewelry: Know Its Hazardous Danger

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    Most of us love accessorizing ourselves with small little things that make us gorgeous. So, having fashion jewelry in our wardrobes is not a surprise. We love to mix jewelry or anything that will add up the charm in our OOTD's. That's how things go to us ladies.

    But, being fab doesn’t end on looking gorgeous. We should apply a fair amount of caution to ourselves also. I know you have heard that some jewelry, especially fashion ones consist of heavy metals and a lot have been telling that it is extremely dangerous to our health.

    But how dangerous is it? What could happen if we wear jewelry that has heavy metals in it? Read the article until the end to know about the hazardous danger of toxic heavy metals.

     

    What are heavy metals?

    A brief definition of it is “a dense metal that is (usually) toxic at low concentrations.” Though generally speaking, not all heavy metal elements are dangerous. Gold is a type of heavy metal but it is completely non-toxic. There are some types that are known to be dangerous to our health and those types of metals can be found in almost anything that we use in our daily lives, including your fashion jewelry (yikes!).

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    Reasons of large amounts of heavy metals in a jewelry

    There are several reasons why manufacturers add large amounts of toxic heavy metals in their jewelry, but the main reason for it is to save money and time. When lead is mixed with an alloy, the metal mixture can be easily formed and designed, while cadmium can add up extra shimmer and vibrancy to the jewelry.

     

    Heavy metals found in jewelry and their toxic effects

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    Cadmium

    Cadmium is one of the toxic heavy metals that can be found in jewelry. It affects almost every organ in our body, but it mostly accumulates in our nerves, liver, and kidneys. Prolong exposure to cadmium can cause brain, liver and kidney problems in the long run including a high chance of death. While less morbid effects include brain fogginess, head ache, and difficulty in breathing and heart palpitations.

    So, if you think your cognitive skills are not the same as before, or if you have unexplained headaches, you might want to check if that jewelry that you have may contain cadmium.

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    Lead

    Lead is also one of the common toxic metals found in jewelry. Lead toxicity can cause liver and kidney damage, reduction in hemoglobin formation, mental retardation and abnormality in fertility and pregnancy. Sudden exposure to large amounts of lead can cause immediate death, while prolonged exposure to low amounts may prompt the said causes.

    So, if you’re having a hard time conceiving, it may be the lead in your jewelry that is causing it.

    Toxic Heavy Metals In Jewelry Know Its Hazardous Danger | Vivere Rosse

    Mercury

    Another heavy metal that can be found in jewelry is mercury. Large amounts of mercury can cause mercury poisoning, which can cause sudden death. While prolonging exposure to mercury may alleviate the chance of fatal diseases such as cancer and tumors. It also affects our nervous and digestive health and is believed to be the reason for mental retardation and candida overgrowth in the gut.

    So, if you got some tummy problems now, might as well put your jewelry on the watchlist of the reason why you have it.

    Toxic Heavy Metals In Jewelry Know Its Hazardous Danger | Vivere Rosse

    How to know if your jewelry has large amounts of toxic heavy metals?

    There is a special tool to determine how much toxic metals are in a specific item. This works by placing the sensor near the item and the tool will automatically calculate the amount of heavy metal in its surface.

    However, this tool is used only by professionals that are authorized by the government and companies that concern about heavy metals. So, to play safe regarding heavy metals, we should purchase jewelry on trusted retailers that have certifications and had passed quality checking departments to ensure the safety of those products.

     

    BOTTOM LINE: Our jewelry is heavy-metal free!

    Pertaining to the mentioned certifications and quality checks, we are one of the jewelry companies that sell safe fashion jewelry. Our jewelry has passed the requirements about heavy metal toxicity and they have determined that our jewelry contains low to no amounts of toxic metals. OUR JEWELRY IS 100% SAFE TO WEAR and we guarantee that with all of our hearts!

     

    So, if you want to start to buy some more fashion jewelry that is safe to use, go to vivererosse.com and see our wide variety of collections!

     

     

     

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  • Pearls: How are they made? Different kinds of pearls and their value

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    Pearls are considered as one of the most precious stones that are available in the market. But unlike the others, pearls came from the sea, which is produced by a type of organism which is a mollusk. Mollusks are shellfish species, particularly the oyster, they are the ones who produce pearls.

     

     

    How are they made?

    A natural pearl begins its life inside an oyster's shell when an intruder, such as a grain of sand or a bit of floating food, slips in between one of the two shells of the oyster, a type of mollusk, and the protective layer that covers the mollusk's organs, called the mantle.

    In order to protect itself from irritation, the oyster will quickly begin covering the uninvited visitor with layers of nacre — the mineral substance that fashions the mollusk's shells. Layer upon layer of nacre, also known as mother-of-pearl, coat the grain of sand until the iridescent gem is formed.

     

    Kinds of pearls

    There are two processes of making a pearl: naturally or cultured. Cultured pearls are made in the same way. The only difference is that instead of accidental circumstances, a "pearl farmer" embeds a grain of sand into the mollusk.

     

    The different types of pearls

    There are a variety of pearls that is being produced and each one has a different value and grading.

     

     

    South Sea Pearls

    Cultivated primarily in Australia, Myanmar, Indonesia, and the islands of the South Pacific. They are produced by the oyster species Pinctada maxima.

    South Sea pearls tend to be both the largest and the rarest of pearls. Their rarity is due to the fact that growing larger pearls requires a great deal of time, during which many things can go wrong: the oysters can die, the pearl can become misshapen, etc.

    Thus, South Sea pearls tend to be among the most expensive of pearls, commanding high prices for quality specimens. Their most common colors are white, silver, and gold.

     

     

     

    Akoya Pearls

    (Grown in Japan and China) Akoya pearls are the classic cultured pearls of Japan. They are produced by sea oysters and they are considered as the most lustrous of all pearls found anywhere in the world.

    The Akoya pearl is either white or cream in body color and can have yellow, pink or blue hues. Some Akoya pearls achieve a rosé or green overtone. It typically has an excellent, good or fair luster, which is why the Akoya is such a prized gem.

    The most highly valued Akoyas are larger, have excellent luster and clean surface quality. Only one pearl and maybe an accidental Keshi pearl is harvested from one oyster. This is one reason why sea pearls are usually has a higher price compare to freshwater pearls.

     

     

    Freshwater pearls

    The most affordable pearls sold today, freshwater pearls are known for baroque shapes, white and pastel body colors and softer luster than akoya (except in the case of rare metallic).

    With natural pastel colors and shapes that range from perfectly round to free-form baroque, freshwater pearls offer a widest range of options.

    Common sizes range from 5 mm to 12 mm, but recent advances have led to the development of round and baroque pearls as large as 20 mm.

     

     

    Sea shell pearl

    Sea shell pearl is a man-made pearl from the shell of an oyster. The base of the pearl is the sea shell, which is covered and refined to the finishing shape of the pearl. In order to produce an excellent quality pearl, a key element is what we call a 'mother of pearl bead'. This element adds weight, value and durability to the pearl.

     

     

    Tahiti pearls

    Tahitian pearls grown in French Polynesia are the only naturally dark pearls. Although often referred to as black, Tahitian pearls come in a rainbow of exotic colors.

    Round Tahitian pearls are quite rare but other fun shapes like drops, baroque, and ovals are highly-sought and still considered very valuable.

    When measured perpendicular to the drill hole, most Tahitians range in size from 8 mm to 15 mm regardless of shape.

     

    Bottom line 

    Authentic pearls are quite expensive and most people can't afford it. So as an alternative, we have some of it here at Viveree Rosse! you can browse our products and can look for various pearl jewelry here!

     

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  • Get Your Money’s Worth from the Jewelry You Buy

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    Going to a shop to buy a jewelry can really be intimidating especially for a first timer. Salespersons do measure their customers and tend to throw big words that you have no idea what they are even about. You have the choice to buy from online stores, too, but may find yourself hesitant because of the possibility of getting a low-quality product that you did not expect.

    Before you get anxious and excited to buy a jewelry, make sure you are prepared. Stop yourself from plummeting down and spending a lot of cash by educating yourself. Great knowledge about your jewelry will save you from disappointments as you buy that engagement ring for your bride-to-be.

    Be like a real jeweler when you decide to buy one! Here are some of the factors you might want to consider when choosing a jewelry.

    Center Stone

    As the main attraction of a jewelry piece, you have to put great consideration to the center stone. It is the piece that gives the sparkle of your style, anyway. Use the 4Cs in grading your choice of jewelry. Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat are the components of your checklist when you evaluate the center stone.

    1. Cut is important as it provides the shape, brilliance, and facets of the stone. The number of facets or surface gives the diamond the right amount of sparkle that you want from your jewelry.
    2. Clarity have a bearing on how clean or clear the stone is. You might want to ask for a jeweler’s loupe as a tool to magnify the imperfections that are invisible to the naked eye. You’ll be able to see the blemishes on the surface and inside the stone as well. Be sure to get the flawless jewelry for a perfect shimmering shine.
    3. Colour is another factor you may want to consider when evaluating a center stone. Stone colours are graded from D as the highest grade and Z as the lowest. Stones with grades D, E, and F are the prime coloured ones and the stones you must prefer. Look at the stone upside down to eliminate the sparkle factor and look at it against a white paper to see the clarity of its colour.
    4. Carat describes the weight of the stone. The higher the carat, the rarer the stone. Size is also a factor when it comes to rarity. Get the appropriate carat that is suitable for your lifestyle and that satisfies your preference.

    Make sure that you use the 4Cs when you check the center stone. These are all important so balance all 4Cs.

    Type of Metal

    Decide what type of metal you want for your jewelry. There is a variety of metals you can choose from. You can buy a precious jewelry with an expensive platinum metal. This a great choice, but you might need to shell out more cash for it. Gold is also an option you can choose. It might be less expensive, but you’ll sure display an exquisite color and shine from it. Silver might be the second placer, but it is the in thing! Affordable and sophisticated.

    Comfort

    Never ever compromise comfort for style. You may have seen the perfect jewelry for your eyes. How about the fit? Does it fit perfectly? Are you comfortable and relaxed when you wear it? Make sure you can still move around without restraint and discomfort. Ask for sizes different sizes and try them all if you have to.

    Don’t go through the trouble of settling with poor quality jewelry. Make sure you get your money’s worth when you buy a jewelry. Prepare. Research. Be confident. Here in Vivere Rosse, we make sure you get the top-quality jewelry you ask for. We’ll give you the best and affordable treasure and the confidence you need as you buy and wear the jewelry of your choice.

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  • Vivere Rosse - A Spark of Romance

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    Hello! This is Lynn! I’m the founder of Vivere Rosse!
    I’m always fascinated with popular styles and latest fads ever since! Going to malls, window shopping, and buying the latest apparel have been my pastimes until this very day. Fashion really uplifts my soul and transforms my physical and emotional dispositions. It was an obsession – a passion I wanted to live for.
    I wanted to use that obsession to venture in to business since I also desired having my own one. It was a childhood dream of mine! I saw myself having my own boutique that sells the coolest catwalk trends for every wardrobe geeks! Yet, I found out that selling clothes was too mainstream in this day and age. I looked for other industries, but my passion for fashion always tempts me back to the industry. It was a calling I chased, not in classy dresses and cute skirts, but with shiny and shimmering jewelry. That was the time when I discovered the glamorous beauty of 925 sterling silvers and cubic zirconia stones.

    It amazes me how these jewelries bring out a sophisticated and natural glow with any outfit you wear. I effortlessly fell in love with the brilliant polish and versatility of 925 sterling silvers and the eye-catching diamond-like sparkles from cubic zirconia studding and centerpieces. And so in 2014, I was inspired to start Vivere Rosse as my online jewelry store in Malaysia and easily became the number one fan of my products! Handling my jewelry boutique was more than exciting especially when I source my products from all over the world! Never have I thought that I’ll even have customers, buying rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets from international countries too!

    From Johor Bahru, I moved to Kuala Lumpur, when Vivere Rosse started to become a bigger jewelry store in 2016. Vivere Rosse continues to gather more consumers to provide them the perfect standout style and dazzling radiance from the flawless and premium grade jewelries suited for casual trends and the classiest of all events.

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