All of our Mala and jewelry has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. Proper care and maintenance will preserve the beauty and shine of your DSOL Mala.
Take care to avoid exposing Malas and jewelry to substances containing bleach or ammonia and remove your jewelry before swimming in chlorinated water or the ocean. Always put your jewelry on after you dress to avoid contact with perfumes, cosmetics or other household chemicals.
When your jewelry is not in use, we recommend storing it in your Mala pouch or can be hung or placed on an alter for the frequencies to permeate the surround area. We include a complimentary cotton Mala pouch with each piece for you to store in when not in use.
To avoid scratches, each piece of jewelry should be stored separately and bracelets should always be stored flat. Never store your DSOL Silver, Mala or jewelry in a leather pouch or bag. In addition, store your Mala separate from each other to minimize scratching and tangling.
Most gold jewelry can be safely cleaned with a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner. Always rinse completely and blot dry with a chamois cloth. Never use creamy jewelry cleaners on gold as they may containing harsh abrasives that will scratch the surface of the jewelry.
Exposure to air, dust or other elements, particularly those containing sulfur, may cause sterling silver to tarnish more rapidly. There are a number of non-abrasive polishes on the market specifically designed to remove tarnish. Always read the warning label and take care when using polishes on jewelry containing gemstones.
Special attention should be paid to DSOL gemstone Malas. Avoid extreme temperature changes and contact with household chemicals. Never expose stones to hot solutions, abrasive cleaners or ultrasonic cleaners. With the exception of pearls, which require special care, gemstones may be cleaned with a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner.
DSOL turquoise and pearl Mala require special care to keep the stones looking their best. Never let these stones come in contact with creams, ammoniated liquid, nail polish remover OR chlorinated water (swimming pools, etc.).
These sacred Malas carry energy healing frequencies and will also infuse other crystals when put alongside them.
What happens If your Mala or bracelet breaks?
Please contact the repairs department at email@example.com or call:
940-202-9512 to arrange any repairs.
All repairs are handled on a case-by-case basis. Charges are assessed once a photo of the item for repair has been received and evaluated by us. Turn around time will be approximately 7-15 business days.
Most natural stones have crystal lines in them and sometimes natural cracks. They are also soft and can be damaged or broken, therefore there is not a lifetime warranty on our products.
Please note that mala repairs are not applicable to the following:
We reserve the right to determine serviceability of the products.
Have questions? No problem! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
When it comes to using and wearing your Mala, there are a few tips you should know about. The general used method is that you wear your Mala for a period of about 40 days so that they can become attuned to your energy. Then you can balance out the energy and recharge them by placing them in the direct light of the sun for an entire day, or the moon overnight. Do NOT place in saltwater. This can cause erosion and tarnish the metal. You can, however, clear and cleanse your Mala periodically or when you feel like there has been a lot of negative energy around you by placing it on a slab of Selenite.
How to Use Mala Beads?
First and foremost, remember these Mala beads are not your traditional beads. These are tools of ascension, coded with celestial divine light. All you need to do it wear them however you are guided. You can also display them on an alter and connect to the energies.
When using your Mala in meditation or as a sacred tools of ascension, first take a few cleansing breaths and try to clear your mind. This is much easier when you are seated or lying comfortably with your eyes closed. Try to keep the back as straight as possible. Think about an intention, then use a mantra or chant while continuing to visualize your intention. Hold your Mala in your right hand, then starting at the Guru bead count the beads, using your thumb to pull each bead to you with each mantra or chant. Take time and care to hold and handle the beads, turn them individually in your hands and rotating each bead with your thumb and index finger. The knotting or spacer bead makes it easier to go from one bead to the next and helps with the tactile experience as you focus on your thoughts. Remember to breathe deeply, slowly, and relax during your practice. These beads also make for an effective aid during progressive relaxation practice when you are attempting to clear the mind and form intentions.
When you find your way back to the starter bead, you will have completed 109 repetitions, including the Guru bead, and you can reverse your direction if you choose for more mantras and meditation. Whether you pray, chant, or meditate out loud or silently is up to you.
Not into meditation?
That is alright, you can still use and wear these. Mala beads are becoming more of a fashion statement as well. These beaded strands bring a natural, bohemian look to any apparel. Most 108 Malas with either a tassel or Guru bead will hang low when worn as a necklace, so pair it with a shorter necklace and possibly even a choker. You will immediately feel the power when you wear them. You may also choose some of our traditional malas. These are almost always worn on the right hand and wrapped around the wrist like a bracelet. You can wear with jeans on the weekend or double up to wear with a business casual ensemble for work. These beaded accessories are definitely a conversation piece and very trendy.
Remember you can also buy these beads to share with someone as a special gift that will be cherished.