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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Metal and Skin

I have always wondered why some people's skin reacted absurdly to some jewelries. This got me thinking that it's probably because some metals are too harsh for the skin and should be avoided. But some people do not react to these same metals - so I guess it could be some kind of allergies. I've had friends that can only wear expensive jewelries because these do not leave their skins bruised or blackened. Then I found out that these jewelries are more expensive because the metals have greater quality and more purer. Take for instance, higher karat gold which rarely reacts badly with the skin. But lower karat gold that may have been mixed with metals like nickel or copper are the ones that may affect the skin. This situation may not be important to some people, but if you are concerned about the reactions that occur when you wear certain jewelries, this may be the case. Just a little tip for my awesome fans!!!

(ukoemem - Author; Ola Y - Editor; arnoldwagner.com - Photo)

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