Nickel and lead exposure in jewelry can have harmful effects on individuals who come into contact with these metals. Here is an overview of the potential health risks associated with nickel and lead exposure in jewelry:
Neurological Effects /Reproductive Health / Cardiovascular Effects / Gastrointestinal Symptoms
To minimize the risk of exposure to these harmful metals, consider the following precautions:
Choose jewelry made from materials that are known to be nickel-free and lead-free, such as surgical stainless steel, titanium, or sterling silver.
Avoid wearing cheap or low-quality jewelry, as they may contain higher levels of these metals.
Be cautious about jewelry with coatings that can wear off over time, exposing the underlying metal.
Regularly inspect and clean your jewelry to ensure it remains in good condition.
If you suspect you have a nickel allergy or experience any symptoms of exposure to these metals, consult a healthcare professional for diagnosis and guidance
At Gratinsta, our products go through rigorous testing to ensure there is no detection of Nickle, Lead and Cadmium in our jewelry. We also go through testing to ensure proper thickness of 18K plating on our products.