Yu Ahn Square Bracelet

$27.50 SGD $55.00 SGD

Description

Shield yourself from Zika and dengue with Yu Ahn, our latest mosquito-repellent collection. 

This item:

- Repels aedes mosquitos using Citronella Oil infused beads that are refillable.
- Rhodium-plated material. Matte finish
- Non-toxic, non-oily to the touch. 
- Locket is child-proof and not easily open. To open simply use nails or pliers. 

Jade is a classic Chinese symbol of protection against evil and bad luck. Now, it is being transformed from symbol to actual life-saving accessory. This piece features a refillable jade-coloured citronella pendant strung along gorgeous authentic jade, so you can both keep protected while looking pretty. Get this for yourself as well as any lucky ladies in your life.

Made with Burmese jade, Onyx and Rhodium plated chains. Each Yu Ahn design comes with 4 citronella mosquito repellent beads.

This item is made to order and will take 2-4 working days to ship.

Shop other jewellery under Yu Ahn Collection here.

As featured on :

- Mashable.com
- Herworldplus.com
- Straits Times
- Yahoo News 
- My Modern Met
- Home and Decor

Measurements

Total length measures 17cm long. Pendant measures approximately 1.5cm. If this length is too long for you, drop us a note at checkout and we will have it cut to length for you. If this bracelet is too short for you, please add an extension via the extension product listing.

Care & Notes

Although this item is tarnish-resistant, it is not 100% tarnish-proof. To keep your piece shiny for an extended time, avoid harsh chemicals like nail polish removers, detergent or perfume to keep this piece fresher for longer. Wipe this item with a dry tissue or cloth after wearing to remove any body oils or sweat before storing in a cool dry place. Do not use a silver polishing cloth on this piece as it will remove the protective coating and plating of the metal.

Returns

This product is final sale and will not be valid for exchange or return unless the item is damaged or broken.

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