The Healing Power of Your Birthstones

Birthstones are an amazing way to charge yourself with the right energy whilst wearing something that is incredibly personal and meaningful to you. Whether you’re treating yourself to an extra special something, or you’re on the hunt for a magical gift for someone in your life, you can’t get more thoughtful or unique than a gorgeous piece of birthstone jewellery. If you’re a little curious as to just what birthstones mean and what months they match up with, read on, here’s exactly what birthstones can do for their wearer…

January, Garnet…


Garnet is a deep, alluring red stone that is said to bring calming energy to the wearer. It symbolises love, faith and endurance. This piece complements a yellow or rose gold perfectly, due to its warm and intense look and feel.

February, Amethyst…


Amethyst is known for its power to bring emotional health, steadiness and self-control to those who wear it. The stone symbolises strong relationships and heroic courage, it also is said to have the ability to bring power and the strength to overcome difficulties to the wearer. This bright, purple-toned stone is amazingly unique and striking.

March, Aquamarine…


The glimmering, eye-catching blue of aquamarine is fresh and brightening. This stone is associated with wellbeing, love and hope. Aquamarine is said to charge those who wear it with courage, happiness, courage and the ability to overcome negative energy.

April, White Topaz…


White Topaz brings the wearer energy to embrace and enhance their knowledge, wealth and creativity. This clean, sparkling stone stands out against any metal and provides a deep sense of clarity and direction when worn.

May, Emerald…


Emerald’s earthy, enticing green hue is enough to make anyone swoon with envy. This stone is said to have the power to channel Venus, the goddess of love. Emerald symbolises all things femininity including fertility, love, beauty, power and knowledge.

June, Moonstone…


Moonstone is mystical and magnetic. It’s connection to the moon brings a celestial and otherworldly nature to its look and feel, encouraging the wearer to have an open heart and giving you the power to make stronger, more meaningful connections. Moonstones symbolise tranquillity and eternal love.

July, Ruby…


Rubies are the strongest birthstone out there! The mighty, powerful red gleam of a ruby encourages the wearer to channel strength, harmony and peace. It’s also said to protect anyone who wears it from evil and negative forces.

August, Peridot…


The unique, light green glow of Peridot symbolises strength and is said to help the wearer fight negative energy and even depression. Peridot is also thought to help ward off exhaustion by bringing restfulness and calm to the wearer.

September, Sapphire…


Sapphire is an intense and spiritual stone, known for its protective power. It symbolises purity, power and wisdom. The wearer is also thought to experience higher levels of faith, hope and connection when in contact with a Sapphire.

October, Pink Tourmaline…


Pink Tourmaline is known for it’s calming energy and confidence. This stone is said to provide a release from anxious and negative energy, replacing it with a cleansing and healing energy instead. Care for your mind, body and soul with this gorgeously delicate pink stone.

November, Citrine…


Citrine is a sunstone, and it’s believed to hold all of the strength and power of the sun! This sparkling yellow birthstone brings you prosperity, wisdom, truth and mental clarity, guiding you on your way and giving you the strength to banish darkness and negativity.

December, Turquoise…


Last but not least, Turquoise! This is known as a love stone, with its enticing blue hue and glittering surface, this stone provides the wearer with good fortune, relaxation and success in their relationships.

Now that you’re educated on everything there is to know about birthstones, it’s time to get exploring! You can find a tonne of stunning birthstone pieces to charge you with the right energy in the most stylish way!

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