10 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Silicone Ring

If you’re new to the silicone ring world, the idea that a flexible, inexpensive ring can be just as relevant as a traditional golden one might seem far-fetched. The jewelry market has taught us that commitment has a price tag, often meaning the more expensive your ring, the more in love you will be. But, there is a better way. Get ready, there’s a lot to learn when buying a ring, and getting a silicone ring is no different.

So here are a few insider tips about what to ask before purchasing a silicone ring:

Are silicone rings affordable?

Let’s get right to the elephant in the room before we talk about anything else. Price is almost always a determining factor when purchasing jewelry. A traditional wedding ring can set you back thousands of dollars. Contrast that to a silicone ring that will cost less than a tenth of that cost. At $50 or less, you can have a whole jewelry box full of silicone rings. You can have one for every day of the week and for every outfit. Plus you’ll have money left over.

Men's Sacred Grove Green Ring

Metal rings irritate my skin, could I also be allergic to a silicone ring? You always want to make sure that there’s nothing potentially irritating or harmful in your ring. Some cheaper kinds may be made with chemicals that could bother or irritate the sensitive skin on your fingers. Thankfully, Be You Bands rings are hypoallergenic, so even those with the most sensitive skin can wear one without the fear of having a reaction.

How do I know the right silicone ring size to purchase?

We get a lot of questions about ring size here at Be You Bands. Because we sell a lot of our rings online, our customers don’t get a chance to try a ring on before they buy it. That’s why we offer a ring size guide that can help you get the right fit. Click here to learn more about ring sizing.

What if my silicone ring doesn’t fit right after I receive it?

Be You Bands will swap your ring out free of charge! Just e-mail us at to start your swap.

Are silicone rings safe to wear?

Women's Aqua and Magenta Silicone Rings

When a metal ring is placed under pressure, it won’t give. That means your finger will have to give. Silicone rings are different. They’re still tough, they’re not going to break easily, but when placed under pressure a silicone band will break so that your finger doesn’t.

What if I break it?When put in a tight place, some silicone rings may tear or break. Our rings are specifically designed with the highest quality of silicone to last a very long time. but we also know accidents can happen. Be You Bands has a lifetime guarantee. If your silicone ring ever tears or breaks send us a message and we’ll send you a new one free of charge.

I work with my hands a lot, will silicone rings get in the way?

Our silicone rings go from the gym to the gala with ease. So many people work with their hands in professions that make a traditional ring or even fashion ring a danger. Silicone is safe enough for missionaries, stay at home mothers and fathers, firefighters, police officers, athletes, active military, and anyone who works hard and plays hard. You can wear silicone rings at work while looking formal enough to wear to even the most formal of events. One ring, many occasions.

Do Be You Bands come in 1/2 sizes?

Since our silicone rings are made from the finest high-quality silicone and are designed to be worn comfortable on your finger, there is no need for a half size. If you’re a half size, we recommend sizing down.

Will I like it?Truth be told, we’ve all asked ourselves that question. It seems a little crazy at first to try a silicone ring instead of a metal band, but if you’re like us, you’ll quickly realize it’s the only way to go.

Can I save money off my first order?

We are so confident you will love your Be You Bands, we will give you 20% off your first order. CLICK HERE FOR PROMO CODE.

We pride ourselves on delivering a world class customer service experience. If you have any questions please feel free to email us at and we’ll reply within 12hrs.


Paul Billings


Be You Bands

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