One of the pair seems to have less locking power than before. Why?

Just like eyeglasses or jewelry, Chrysmela needs cleaning periodically. Hair conditioners, sunscreen and natural skin oil may accumulate inside and may compromise Chrysmela’s strong hold. Please try the following method. We recommend to clean Chrysmela every 4-6 weeks, or more often during the summer months.


*** How to Care for Chrysmela***

1. Soak

Soak in lukewarm water with a drop of mild soap for a few minutes. Use an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner for even better results.

2. Clean Inside

Use a small size soft interdental brush (0.6 to 1mm: 0.8mm is best). You can find one online or at local drugstores.

1) Insert the brush just like an earring post.

2) Unlock Chrysmela, and pull the brush gently. Rinse and repeat 2-3 times.