Size and Care
1. How Do I Know the Correct Size for My Wrist?
The most accurate option is to measure the wrist with a tape measurement. Wrap it around the top of your wrist at the base of your hand.
S fits a 6.5 inches wrist
M fits a 7 inches wrist (standard size for women)
L fits a 8 inches wrist (standard size for men)
If you need a different size, please enter a note at check out or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will be happy to assist you in getting the correct size.
2. How Do I Take Care of My Bracelet?
How you care for your elastic bracelet is just as important as how we make it. Follow these tips to make them last.
Always put your elastic bracelet on the right way.
This is one of the main factors in bracelets that don't last. Never put on your bracelet by stretching it over your hand. As much as possible, roll it over your hand without excessive pulling.
Whatever you do, don’t pull on one end of the bracelet to form a triangle and stretch it over your hand. It stresses the elastic and eventually, it will snap. To keep your bracelet in tip top shape, roll the beads over your wrist, stretching the elastic as little as possible.
- Keep the bracelet away from soap, perfumes, hair and skin products, sun screen, salt water, etc. Many of the products we use everyday can degrade the quality of the elastic over time.
If you never take off your elastic jewelry, it is being exposed to chemicals that are breaking down the elastic over time. The shampoo and soaps in the shower, hair sprays, perfume, body lotions, and sunscreen. They all do their part to help breakdown and weaken the elastic over time, eventually causing it to snap. Take elastic bracelets off before applying lotions or sprays. Ideally, don't wear them in the pool or the ocean either.
- The only suggestion to limit the occurrence of having your bracelet get caught on something, is to wear your bracelets on your non-dominant hand. For righties, wear them on the left and lefties, wear them on the right. You are much less likely to get your wrist caught on something with the hand that you use to do less things.