Wearing solid gold jewelry, white gold or yellow gold, in the shower will not harm the metal itself, however it can reduce the shine therefore it is not recommended.
Showering with gold plated jewelry can eventually cause the gold layer to wear off completely, therefore you should definitely refrain from doing so.
Can you wear 14k gold in the shower?
14k gold is a great choice if you’re looking for a lifetime piece you can wear everyday and everywhere – yes, even in the shower! We strongly recommend removing all opal pieces before showering, swimming or using any hair products such as hairspray and any other lotions or chemicals.
What jewelry can get wet?
Showering/Bathing with Jewelry
Generally, it is ok to shower with your jewelry. If your jewelry is gold, silver, platinum, palladium, stainless steel, or titanium, you’re safe to shower with it. Other metals like copper, brass, bronze, or other base metals shouldn’t go in the shower as they can turn your skin green.
Can you wear 18k gold in the shower?
Therefore, gold is typically mixed with other materials. While this lowers the purity a bit, most popular being 18k (75.0 percent pure), it makes the gold stronger and able to hold its shape. And while you can wear solid gold in the shower and when exercising, it is not recommended because the gold can lose its shine.
What metal can you wear in the shower?
If any of these features are present, it’s best not to wear that item in water. – Metals: Is the piece in question gold, silver, platinum, palladium, stainless steel, or titanium? Congratulations, your jewelry sounds fancy and is shower-safe!