There is no scientific evidence that ionic bracelets work. When tested independently, there is no significant difference in performance between subjects wearing an ionic bracelet and subjects wearing a placebo bracelet.
Ionic bracelets are claimed to remove positive ions from the human body, which improves health. Negative ions are beneficial to humans when inhaled, but there is no evidence ionic bracelets provide benefits. A source of energy is required to generate negative ions, which the ionic bracelets don't have. Similar products include magnetic bracelets and hologram bracelets. In Dec. 2010, Power Balance, a maker of hologram bracelets, was forced to state that they had provided misleading information about their product.Learn More
Sarah Coventry vintage jewelry is a line of jewelry that was popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It was produced by the Emmons Company and sold at home jewelry parties. Sarah Coventry jewelry is no longer manufactured, but vintage pieces are still sold online and at antique jewelry outlets.Full Answer >
In the diamond rating scale, IJ refers to the color of the diamond, while I2-I3 indicates the clarity. IJ diamonds are nearly colorless. Diamonds with a I2-I3 rating have internal imperfections that are visible under 10x magnification, and these flaws may be visible to the naked eye.Full Answer >
To make homemade jewelry cleaner, use a mixture of tea tree oil, baking soda and white vinegar. Soak the jewelry in the solution overnight, and scrub with an old toothbrush to achieve the desired sparkle.Full Answer >
To use a watch bezel as a compass, hold the watch faceup in the palm of the hand and parallel to the ground. Turn to point the hour hand at the sun. The line halfway between the hour hand and 12 o'clock is south.Full Answer >