Taking a shower. Similar to sunscreen, any other soaps, hair or beauty products can cause a cloudy buildup on your stone, or worse, under your stone—which is much harder to clean. Shampoos and body washes are a no-go. The same applies for your favorite scented lotion that you apply post-shower or that hair serum.
Sometimes, last-minute planning can work in your favor. The closer your date, the more bargaining power you have. Since most people book their wedding venues at least six months in advance, calling for open dates two months prior to your desired time can save you up to 25 percent. And, Friday and Sunday weddings should cost about 30 percent less than Saturday weddings.
Whether it’s in an attempt to keep it in good condition or to avoid the risk of losing it, there are definitely times where that precious ring should be tucked away. Sure, if you lose it there’s always insurance, but no one wants to deal with that headache. Here are the five places you definitely shouldn’t wear your engagement or wedding rings.