Source: Guitarfoto\/Shutterstock.com\nNurses experience a variety of different safety hazards at work. From sharp medical instruments to hazardous bodily fluids, nurses often struggle to find jewelry and accessories they can wear. Many nurses choose to not wear any jewelry while on shift simply to protect themselves and others. If you’re a nurse who wants to find jewelry that’s safe to wear in the field, here are some of our top picks!\n1. First Responder Ring. Nurses are on the front lines, every day. Our First Responder rings are great for nurses everywhere! These quality silicone rings feature designs that are perfect for nurses. We even have military affiliation rings that are perfect for nurses in the armed forces or who have a loved one who serves. A first responder ring made from our quality silicone is the perfect choice for nurses to wear safely while at work.\n2. Zodiac Rings. Are you interested in astrology? Our zodiac rings are stylish and let you wear your sign with pride. Many people find that their astrological signs are a huge part of their personality and daily lifestyle. Just because you’re a nurse doesn’t mean you have to avoid your interests while working! Instead, show off your love for astrology and your sun sign by wearing one of our astrological ring designs. You could even take it a step further and wear an astrology ring that shows your Venus sign, as that’s the planet that controls how you show love, according to astrology. Either way, wearing a ring that connects with your personality is always a great choice.\nFind Your Perfect Ring \n3. Eco-Friendly Rings. Nurses care about people. That’s why they’re nurses! Many also care about the earth, so why not get them an eco-friendly, sustainable ring? Our Pela rings are the perfect sustainable ring option for anyone who wants to live greener. Made from plants and entirely compostable, our Pela rings feature all the best things about QALO rings but are even more eco-friendly. Available for men and women, these rings make for a great addition to anyone’s jewelry collection. Nurses, especially!\n\nSource: Olga Zarytska\/Shutterstock.com\n4. Stacked Rings. Our stackable rings are a great choice for nurses. The thinner bands can stand on their own, or they can wear them stacked like traditional wedding bands. Some people like to layer three or four rings on their fingers, while others keep it simple with two. Our stackable selection is full of some of the best silicone rings for nurses. Featuring all the best of silicone, you can also find a variety of textures and colors to suit your specific style. Plus, stacking the rings can be a great way to show different milestones for your life. Plenty of people wear a ring for their kids or important parts of their relationship or even to create a fun color effect. \n5. Engraved Rings. Nursing can be a taxing job. For many nurses, it’s important they have a reminder of why they do what they do. Engraving their ring can be a sweet way to keep them mindful of how proud you are of them. Whether you choose to include a special message, an important date or even a symbol, they’ll look at their ring with love from now on. It’ll hold a special place in their heart. Consider choosing “You’re amazing” or “Proud of you” to engrave on the inside of their ring. This will be perfect for them to look at after a difficult moment and encourage them to keep on doing what they do.\n\nSource: Inna Vlasova\/Shutterstock.com\nThe Safest Jewelry of All – Silicone Rings\nAt the end of the day, there’s only one type of jewelry that’s safest for nurses to wear. Silicone rings! Silicone rings are safe, durable and affordable compared to other rings. Plus, they’re much less dangerous than metal rings, especially in hospitals. While metal rings can interact with chemicals you find in a medical setting, silicone ones won’t. They’re also much easier to clean and maintain than metal rings. Simply put them in the utensils section of your dishwasher or soak them in warm, soapy water. \nNurses love silicone rings because they fit well and don’t crack under pressure or get destroyed easily. Our silicone rings can withstand high temperatures and don’t get discolored or faded, making them much more manageable for nurses. Nurses everywhere will feel best wearing jewelry at work when it’s a silicone piece.