The base of our jewelry contain traces of nickel which is between 0.005% and 0.088% of the total mass.
This means that only if you are hyper allergic to nickel and you wear one of our jewelry on which the plating is worn off a reaction may occur.
Nickel is a metal that is used in most jewelry to make it more durable and is almost impossible to get 100% rid of. When many companies write "nickel-free" one cannot be completely sure what that actually means. Is it only the plating that is nickle-free?, is it totally nickel-free or is there still a trace of it? These questions may arise. Sometimes "nickel-free" is used when a product contains less nickel than what is set to be the limit. This limit varies a lot from nation to nation and some nations don't have a limit.
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