Copper may occasionally turn your skin green. But don’t worry, this tends to happen when the copper interacts with perspiration. Simply rinse with soap and water.
I always suggest you store your copper jewelry in a dry container or in the cotton bag that your jewelry came in. Don’t use plastic bags as condensation can build up in these types of bags, which may cause your jewelry to tarnish at a more rapid rate.
Remove copper jewellery before showering and any rigorous activity.
The easiest way to clean your copper is with a polishing pad, I use sunshine polishing clothes. There website is www.sunshinepolishingcloth.com
You can polish copper with a mixture of lemon juice, dish soap and hot water.
If you have any question regarding the care of your copper jewelry please feel free to contact me.