Learn about Morganite and Jewelry Allergies

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Morganite set in rose gold
Morganite is a beautiful pink gem

What is Morganite?

Morganite is a beautiful, soft-pink gem that is growing in popularity. It is a form of the mineral Beryl which puts it in the same family as Emerald. But, unlike its green cousin, Morganite is usually free from inclusions giving it a clean and pure look. You will often find Morganite set in rose gold which compliments and brings out the natural pink in the gemstone. Even though Morganite is quite rare, it is still very affordable, and it makes a great gift (wink, wink).

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Nickel is a jewelry metal that many people are allergic to
Piece of Nickel with Iron. Many are allergic to Nickel in jewelry. Photo by Waifer X (originally posted to Flickr as 090423-1080887) CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

How deal with jewelry that irritates your skin

Does your silver ring turn your finger black? Does white gold give you an angry rash? There are many different causes for skin irritation from jewelry, and it’s not always easy to tell what the true culprit is. We have put together an in-depth article on how jewelry can irritate your skin, and what you can do about it. There are more options than you think.

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