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How to Clean Your Engagement Ring 

An engagement ring will most likely be one of the most valuable pieces of jewellery you own. Just as you would take care of a precious car you own with regular cleaning, you would do the same with an engagement ring.

The problem is because every ring is different, you may not know which approach to take to keep your ring in tip-top shape. You can ask your jewellers and continue reading for some tips on how to clean your engagement ring. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is once you identify the right method for you.

Cleaning a Silver or Gold Diamond Engagement Ring
If you have a silver or gold diamond engagement ring, then there are a few ingredients to pick up from the supermarket. You’ll need hydrogen peroxide and a gentle glass cleaning product. Mix a 50/50 solution of hydrogen peroxide and glass cleaner in a bowl.


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What You Need to Know Before You Use Botox and Other Wrinkle Relaxers

Injecting something into your face can seem quite scary. If you usually shy away from needles, then it’s even more so. Fortunately, Botox is a wrinkle relaxer that has FDA approval. You can rest assured that it’s far safer to use than many other injectables for sale.

If you think you’re ready for that youthful glow, then it’s time to do your homework. Here are a few of the many things you need to know before you use Botox or other wrinkle relaxers.

You Don’t Look “Frozen”

Critics will raise their eyebrows at you when you say you’re going to get Botox, with many then going on to tell you that you’ll end up looking frozen. Of course, there will be some movement restriction, but conservative amounts of Botox will still let you show plenty of emotion. Botox relaxes your wrinkles, but it doesn’t affect your facial muscles that help you make expressions.

There Are Things You Need to Avoid Before Botox

Your qualified and experienced Botox specialist will tell you everything you need to avoid before your treatment. Anticoagulants are the most important. Stay away from ibuprofen, aspirin, and anything that can stop your blood from clotting and increase the risk of bruising.