Hook & Leverback Sterling Silver Ear Wires

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Hook & Leverback Sterling Silver Ear Wires

Browse and shop Xinar’s beautiful collection of hook ear wires and lever back ear wires. We are one of the first jewelry-making supplies on the internet, been in operation since the 1990s. Get bargain prices all year at Xinar.com and find the best sterling silver findings and sterling silver beads to pair them with. Whether you are a novice designer or or an advanced crafter, Xinar’s extensive inventory of jewelry-making supplies, including various beads and findings manufactured from different metals, will complete your projects. Elevate your craft and designs with consistent, genuine 925 sterling silver findings, only from Xinar.com.

What Are Lever Back Ear Wires?

Xinar’s sterling silver hook and lever back ear wires are always guaranteed to be nickel-free. Eliminate the risk of anyone developing a bad nickel allergy after wearing them.

All our silver findings are periodically tested for purity, and Xinar has always worked with only the best casters and silversmiths in the country, ensuring quality all year. We also exert a lot of effort in storage, handling, and shipping, to ensure that you get your ear wires and other silver findings in an ideal condition. So trust that Xinar.com will always protect the quality of your purchases, whether you’re buying a pair or a dozen pairs at a time.

Nickel is a common cause of allergic contact dermatitis, a skin rash or irritation produced by coming into contact with an allergen. It is believed that over 18% of people who live in the US have it, including 11 million kids. So that’s a lot of people who are allergic to one particular metal.

The best way to avoid developing or triggering this allergy is by avoiding nickel-containing objects. However, nickel is included in so many everyday goods, so this can be not easy to do 100% of the time.

Nickel allergies are widespread as a result of wearing nickel-containing jewelry. Earrings, earring backs, and watches are the most common sources of nickel poisoning; however, nickel-containing necklaces, rings, and bracelets can also cause symptoms.

Doctors recommend wearing hypoallergenic and nickel-free jewelry made of high quality (and nickel-free) sterling silver, surgical-grade stainless steel, 18 to 24-karat yellow gold, or platinum to avoid exposure. Also, be sure to wear watchbands made of leather, plastic, or cotton.

Note that nickel can also be found in metal buttons, bra hooks, and not to mention some snaps and zippers. If you have any of these items, be sure to replace them with plastic-coated ones. You have another option of adding some nail polish to these items to create an effective barrier between the nickel-containing thing and your skin. The nail paint, on the other hand, will need to be reapplied frequently.

Xinar’s Quality Guarantee: Nickel-Free Hook and Lever Back Ear Wires  

Xinar’s sterling silver hook and lever back ear wires are always guaranteed to be nickel-free. Eliminate the risk of anyone developing a bad nickel allergy after wearing them.

All our silver findings are periodically tested for purity, and Xinar has always worked with only the best casters and silversmiths in the country, ensuring quality all year. We also exert a lot of effort in storage, handling, and shipping, to ensure that you get your ear wires and other silver findings in an ideal condition. So trust that Xinar.com will always protect the quality of your purchases, whether you’re buying a pair or a dozen pairs at a time.

Nickel is a common cause of allergic contact dermatitis, a skin rash or irritation produced by coming into contact with an allergen. It is believed that over 18% of people who live in the US have it, including 11 million kids. So that’s a lot of people who are allergic to one particular metal.

The best way to avoid developing or triggering this allergy is by avoiding nickel-containing objects. However, nickel is included in so many everyday goods, so this can be not easy to do 100% of the time.

Nickel allergies are widespread as a result of wearing nickel-containing jewelry. Earrings, earring backs, and watches are the most common sources of nickel poisoning; however, nickel-containing necklaces, rings, and bracelets can also cause symptoms.

Doctors recommend wearing hypoallergenic and nickel-free jewelry made of high quality (and nickel-free) sterling silver, surgical-grade stainless steel, 18 to 24-karat yellow gold, or platinum to avoid exposure. Also, be sure to wear watchbands made of leather, plastic, or cotton.

Note that nickel can also be found in metal buttons, bra hooks, and not to mention some snaps and zippers. If you have any of these items, be sure to replace them with plastic-coated ones. You have another option of adding some nail polish to these items to create an effective barrier between the nickel-containing thing and your skin. The nail paint, on the other hand, will need to be reapplied frequently.

Hook and Leverback Ear Wires

Sterling Silver Fish Hook Ear Wires and Lever Back Designs. Many designs to choose from.

Hook and Lever Back Ear Wires

Sterling Silver Fish Hook Ear Wires and Lever Back Designs. Many designs to choose from.