diamond-powder love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A fine dust produced in diamond-cutting by the abrasion of two stones against each other.


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  • Other brands touting gem products include American Beauty, which uses "diamond-powder extract" in one of its anti-aging creams; Natura Bissé, which uses diamond dust mixed with micronized iron and wild lavender essential oil in its Magnetic Therapy face cream and Bulgari, which uses "gem essence" - a formula which the brand claims contains "extracts of precious stones" in its skin care line.

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