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This is a picture of a naturally-occurring Bismuth crystal. They are amazing and have awesome commercial and pharmaceutical benefits… but not for your skin. Many makeup companies use a derivative of this ore in their cosmetics because it has that beautiful iridescence to it. They advertise the benefits of “natural” ingredients in mineral makeup. Well arsenic is natural too, and Bismuth Oxychloride has a very similar chemical structure to arsenic! This ingredient is a by-product of copper and…


∆ Rainbow Obsidian...A rainbow obsidian heart is a wonderful crystal to use to nurture and rejuvenate your heart after experiencing an emotional trauma, such as a broken heart or period of grief. Lay the rainbow obsidian heart over your heart, with the heart patterned side facing down, and bring yourself face to face with your emotions in order to heal.


Bismuth. (Need to learn about this, really pretty.) Element Bi Atomic number 83 but there is A LOT of information on this. Many forms of it, one is used in making Pepto B. Some forms with lead and arsenic. Chemists and Physicists understand it, it's pretty to me in this form.)


Stabulous. I really want these. - I do too. But when would we use them? - OH MY GOD!!!!! I CAN FINALLY KILL MY ENEMIES FABULOUSLY!!!!!!!!


117: 83 Bi 铋 Bismuth, possibly from Arabic bi ismid, meaning 'having the properties of antimony'. It is a brittle metal with a silvery white color but is often seen in air with many iridescent refraction hues of its oxide surface, and the most naturally diamagnetic element and has one of the lowest values of thermal conductivity among metals. It is slightly radioactive. There is an increasing use of bismuth alloys as a replacement for lead.


Coming out using chemistry… As a bisexual chemistry lover,I bloody absolutely love this. Science side of Tumblr=life. (I tried to pin this from Lizzy the Lezzy's page but I couldn't find it even though I saw this on her page last time?)