Why Do My Fingers Turn Black under My Rings?

Answer

Blackening of the finger under rings is as a result of the chemicals that are used to manufacture the ring. Another common reason is the presence of alloys and acids present in the metals such as nickel and copper.
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Rings can turn a finger black, or some might say green. If you have a ring of quality metal, it doesn't mean that the problem won't occur. Even precious metal like gold can turn your
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Your finger is probably turning green due to the fact that the ring is fake. Most of the time, costume jewelry will cause a green ring around your finger where your ring once was.
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I have found any time gold can turn my skin black/dark green I am low in Iron. I take one iron pill and the black/dark green goes away. until I become low again.
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This is most commonly because of a chemical reaction between the acids in your skin combined with the metal of the ring. The most common types of metal that cause this reaction are
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