If you’ve got large fingers, then you know how difficult it can be to find jewelry that fits comfortably. Often you find yourself purchasing something a half size down because you can’t wait for the weeks it’ll take to custom order something in your size. While this might seem like an easy fix, it could cause you a lot of harm — ring avulsion is a common injury many jewelry wearers experience every day. Finding the right ring for your size is much easier than you think, especially here at QALO. Our silicone rings come in all different sizes, textures and widths, so you can find the one that’s right for you. Here are some of the best rings for big fingers! \nWhy You Might Have Big Fingers\nHaving big fingers might not be genetic. Here are some of the reasons you might have big fingers:\n\nYou eat a lot of salt. Ingesting a lot of salt or sodium can cause your fingers to swell. If you find yourself eating a lot of salty snacks or foods, then you might have noticed that rings and even clothes might fit a bit tighter in the hours after you eat. This is because of the way that sodium affects your body. Sodium causes your body to retain fluids, which then makes your fingers, arms, toes and legs swell. It’ll be most noticeable in your fingers and toes, but your clothes will probably feel tight too. \nYou live in a warm climate. Like with your sodium intake, living in a hot, humid climate can also cause your body to swell, especially in your fingers and toes. While you might not be able to change the climate as much as you can change your diet, it’s still helpful to know that when it’s warmer out, you’ll have a more difficult time with your jewelry if it tends to run small. There are lots of ways you can learn how to reduce swelling in your hands, all without major medical intervention.\n\n\nBest Rings for Bigger Fingers\nHere are some of the best rings for anyone who has larger fingers!\n1. Stackable rings: Stackable rings are typically made with a thinner band so that you can stack them on top of each other. This is perfect for anyone who struggles with their ring size! Thinner bands are better for larger fingers, which is what makes our stackable rings such a great option. They come in a variety of textures and colors, so you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you.\nFind the Perfect Ring for Your Finger\n2. A classic silicone ring: Our silicone rings are built to be durable and with comfort at the forefront. If you’re someone with a larger finger, our silicone rings might be the best decision you’ll make, including our classic line of styles. One of the main reasons people experience difficulty with their rings is due to an improper fit. We have a great guide up on our website that features a helpful ring size chart, complete with steps on how to accurately measure for your ring size. Even if you think you know your ring size, it’s always a good idea to measure your finger and check the size guide for each of our products. That way, you can be sure the rings you choose will fit properly!\n\n3. An engraved ring: Our engraved rings are a great option for anyone interested in a custom, unique piece and still want all the benefits of our silicone choices. We love to see all the unique, custom ways couples like to engrave their rings! Because they come in so many different options, we know our engraved rings will fit practically every finger. Whether it’s a set of coordinates, a phrase, your anniversary date or even your military branch affiliation, we know that an engraved ring will be perfect for you.\n4. A men’s ring: For women who have larger fingers, there’s nothing wrong with ordering one of our men’s rings! They tend to be shaped a bit wider to accommodate mens’ fingers, but if you know that the fit will be more comfortable on your finger, then there’s nothing wrong with wearing it on your hand, too. Then you’ll really have a matching set!\nWhile having larger fingers can often feel like a big struggle, it’s nothing to be ashamed about. There are lots of ways you can easily find a set of rings that look great and feel great on your finger, no matter the size.