Product Care Guide

Jewellery

You'll find all materials clearly listed in each products description, materials may vary on each product.

Caring for your jewellery is the most important part of maintaining your jewellery. It's your responsibility to take care and look after your jewellery. Treat your jewellery with kindness and be gentle and cautious when handling and wearing.

We're not liable for items broken/damaged due to not being taken care of and not following our Care Guide. 


To prolong the life of your jewellery, we recommend you store it in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight also removing before sleeping, exercising, washing and avoid all liquids. Especially remove your jewellery before sleeping if it's dangly, bulky or more of a statement piece. Anything can happen while you're sleeping so therefore it is much safer to remove the jewellery to prevent any unwanted damages.

Some metals are not-hypoallergenic so therefore you must check if the material is right for you as an allergic reaction can occur if you wear jewellery which you're allergic to. Allergies can run in families so if you're unsure we highly recommend you doing some research before purchasing as we use many different materials.

 
Another reason why jewellery tarnishes, loses colour or changes colour can be a result of all of the above and body chemistry (Which can't be helped) and is not a fault of the product. 

There is a lot of misconception regarding jewellery materials, however we're being as truthful as possible although in most cases if you take care of your jewellery and clean when needed etc, you will not have any problems.

Condoms

 
Do not store Pasante condoms in your pocket, wallet, or purse for more than a few hours. Always store in a cool, dry place, away from sharp objects, chemicals, and direct sunlight. Constant shuffling and other friction can result in wear and tear and make condoms less effective.

Always check the expiry date. In the very unlikely event that they get recalled we will contact you about this and you'll need to check your condoms batch numbers which are on the individual packets.