What is hypoallergenic jewellery? (Our 5 proven benefits of Titanium)

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What is hypoallergenic jewellery?

Hyopallergenic jewellery is a unique class of jewellery which is less likely to cause an allergic skin reaction when worn for prolonged periods of time. There is no exact defined measurement for the word 'hypoallergenic' but the qualities of hypoallergenic jewellery are essential for people with sensitive skin to continue to express theselves by enjoying the jewellery they love.  Although other metals can be classed as more hypoallergenic and less likely to cause a reaction, Gold, Silver, Platinum and even Stainless Steel may all still cause reactions to some wearers. And this is why we specialise exclusively in titanium jewellery, which makes TouchTitanium.com one of a kind.

Titanium is the hypoallergenic solution

Did you know, Titanium has the highest strength to weight ratio of all other metals (45% more tensile strength than Steel to be precise!). Within the jewellery trade, titanium's best traits are exemplified by its hypoallergenic qualities, meaning that it is much less likely to cause an allergic reaction when in close contact with the skin for prolonged periods of time.

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We’re all about Titanium!

We're all about Titanium! on TouchTitanium.com

It's true that Titanium has the highest strength to weight ratio in the world (45% more tensile strength than Steel to be precise!). We have come to associate the metal with high performance uses where durability and reliability are required; Aircraft manufacture, performance sporting accessories, protective equipment and bionic instruments to name a few. However, one of the most incredible traits of Titanium is it's ability to live and work in harmony with the human body. Conventional jewellery made from metals such as Silver, Nickel, Copper and Tin, all have a certain level of risk involved. The effects that these metals can have on the skin can sometimes be alarming; red rashes, skin sores and prickly spots. To read more about this topic, please visit our About Us page.

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