(Closed) Rose Gold Ring

posted 7 years ago in Rings
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I have never heard of this happening (with the exception of cheapy copper or fake gold rings), but that is actually a great question, because depending on your body’s natural chemistry (acidity especially) and even whether or not your body is copper-deficient, copper can chelate in a reaction with your body’s sweat, leaving a mark. However, I am fairly certain that there would not be enough copper in a rose gold ring to cause this reaction unless the gold content was VERY low. Like 9k. My ring is 18k and I highly doubt I will ever see it leave a mark on my skin. hope that helps!

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