Post # 1
so recently where my white gold rings sit has been playing up so bad. My finger hurts it is red and my skin is peeling off . YUCK i know !
i am very careful to always dry my hands and this seems different to just normal dermatitis . i have had reactions to other jewelry in the past, but it just sucks for it to just suddenly flare up under my wedding rings . i have borrowed my mums yellow gold wedding ring to see if its just my skin or if it is a reaction to my 10k white gold rings.
this is an odd one. i love white and rose gold so its hard to think i might have to say goodbye to white gold . So show me your lovely rings and let me see how pretty yellow gold can be
Post # 3
my current set ( taken on phone sorry its so big)
Post # 6
I personally love rose gold the best out of all the golds and platinum a close second. You could always try out pallidum or platinum or titanium or stainless steel. Hope you figure out what works for you! Good luck bee! 😊
Post # 7
tagerosan: futuremrsfdr: pickles325:
thank you ladies . i can trade my e ring in at the shop we got it from but it has to be a trade up . just looking at the shops web site and nothing stands out to me. but you 3 ladies rings all seem to sparkle and dazzle ! i love the gemstones as well !
Post # 8
Mine is rose gold and I love it! I hope you figure out what’s going on with your white gold though! I’m sure you will 🙂
Post # 9
I have, in the past, had a reaction to certain karat weights of yellow gold. Specifically, 10K would almost always end up causing a very painful and bumpy rash. Years ago, a jeweler told me I was having a reaction to whatever metals were used in the gold’s alloy. He recommended I go at least 18K and above for all of my gold jewelry. My ERing was 18K and my wedding band was also 18K, and I never really had a problem with either of those.
Over the past year, I have also tried 14K (both in yellow and rose gold) with no problems. So that karat weight seems like it’s also OK for me. Is it possible for you to try remaking your WG rings in a higher weight white gold? Maybe you could go 14 or 18K with them? It might just be the 10K weight that gives you a problem. I don’t know if it would help in your specific situation or not, but it might be worth exploring as a possible option.
In the meantime, here’s my original ERing. It’s set in 18K yellow gold, and the band is 14K yellow gold.
Here’s another picture of a little stack I sometimes wear with my ERing. ERing is 18K YG, scroll band is 14K YG, and the half eternity is set in 14K WG.
I also have this 5-stone band, which is set in 18K YG (platinum prongs), and I sometimes pair it with a 14K YG band.
Post # 10
My band is yellow gold
hope we you find a ring that works!
Post # 11
- Wedding: October 2015 - Ruby Princess
yellow gold with garnet from gemvara
Post # 12
I will always post my precious! But I’m not sure if the color difference, maybe try 14 or 18 or even platinum. Could you be allergic to gold? If not rose gold it up! Sorry in advance the pics are so big
Post # 13
I’m gonna show your post to my husband to show him i dont just have crazy skin that hates every thing !i called the shop we got it from and asked about the alloys in the gold this morning to try suss it out.i think going to get a higher ct of yellow or rose gold and give it a try . thanks for the advice . i love your scroll ring too.
Post # 14
I have 14K white gold and it hasn’t given me an adverse reaction, could it be that yours neesd to be a higher carat? For me lower gave me a reaction.
Post # 15
My band is yellow gold and I absolutely adore it! Yellow gold is my favorite. 🙂