Archive for July, 2007
Not only are diamonds nice for Jewelry but they can also help your body. Here are 3 products that contain diamonds and that you can use to beatuify your body.
In traditional microdermabrasion (an exfoliating treatment that adds sparkle to dull skin), aluminum oxide crystals are sprayed onto the skin. But pros across the country are turning to gentler crystal-free treatments that use a wand with a diamond-chip tip. Find a specialist near youâ€”or if youâ€™re a homebody, scrub smart with BORBA Clarifying Foaming Cleanser and Micro-Diamond Exfoliator ($18).
Pearly whites, meet diamond brights. One dentist has caught on to the powers of the hardest-known natural material. Celebrity smile brightener Dr. Jeff Golub-Evans offers QuickWhiteâ€”diamond dust is used to lighten up to 8 shades in just 20 minutes ($200).
Soften your soles. The Diamancel file, a durable, salon-quality foot buffer made from diamonds gets feet sandal-ready ($48).
That right, in yet another diamond extravagence Sport Illustrated has created a very skimpy but expensive bikini made from diamonds and platinum.Â Here is a pic, you can chek out more by either spending $30 million to buy the bikini or you can pick up an Issue of Sports Illustrated Swim suit issue.
There is the one and only one place in the world that allows visitors to keep gems that are found in the park; that is, the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas.A teenage girl, Nicole Ruhter, 13, has noticed something shimmering that everyone else’s missed – a tea-coloured 2.93-carat diamond. And for that, she gets to keep the prized gem for herself.
How much does a diamond covered laptop cost, how about $350,000.Â Check out this picture and you have to decide if it worth it, I’m not even sure if it includes windows.