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January Jones' Simple Bath Ingredients Can Make Your Skin Extra Glowy

The actress loves taking baths in baking soda and sea salt. Although claims of their detoxing powers don't lineup, they can still give you a little glow.

Audi Ad Fakery: These Hyperrealistic Photos Were Made with a $40 Scale Model

These photos may seem to depict a $160,000 luxury automobile zooming through sand, snow, sea foam and salt flats, but the objects on your screen are smaller than they appear. The lack of a person sitting in the driver’s seat is not an indication that the car is self-driving: it’s because the car itself stands …

Where to find coffee-spiced meat rubs and rum-flavored sea salt on Hawaii's islands

Skip the magnets and T-shirts to take home when you go to Hawaii. Small businesses on the islands of Maui, Lanai and Molokai make cool artisan and handcrafted gifts, and they will be on display next month at the Made in Maui County Festival. The event runs Nov. 4 and 5 and brings together 140 vendors...

Sea salt spray is exactly the men's hair product you're looking for

Sea salt spray sounds like something you would use on chicken or beef before throwing it in the oven. But don't use it to salt your salad. It's actually a hair product, one little known in communities of men using pomades and pastes. When...Show More Summary

Vietnam: Where environmental concerns are a mobilising force

Courts in Vietnam’s Ha Tinh province have rejected 506 legal actions lodged by fishermen and others, including salt producers, who tried to sue Taiwanese conglomerate Formosa for polluting the sea and impacting their livelihoods, asShow More Summary

Review: Sonoma Cider The Wimble

This new limited edition cider from Sonoma Cider is billed as a Rhubarb Gose, a spin on the classic, slightly salty, semi-sour beer style. Sonoma’s gose-cider (gosider?) is made from organic apples, organic red rhubarb, and sea salt, coming together… Continue reading ?

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Sea salt and sufficient iodine intake

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I rarely use table salt anymore when cooking. Instead, I like to use sea salt. But I've noticed that a lot of sea salts don’t contain iodine. Do I need iodized salt, or are there sources of iodine other than salt that are likely giving me all of the iodine I need? […]

Would you like a little salt in that shampoo? A Taiwan company has you covered

The shampoo carries the tang of the sea. The toothpaste is salty. A 60-year-old company aptly named Taiwan Salt is selling these products and other unlikely, brine-themed goods after realizing in the 1990s that sales of plain old salt would not make money forever. The formerly state-owned firm...

Obsidian Butte on the Salton Sea in Thermal, California

California's ghostly Salton Sea was once a popular tourist spot, but now is so salty it can't sustain life. This deadly lake makes for some strange environments. Bodies of birds and fish that can't take the salt wash up on shore, and...Show More Summary

Stalking Mule Deer: See Them First

Photo by Andrew McKean In a sea of sage, grass, rocks, hills, gullies, draws, valleys, and washouts, any mule deer hunter worth his salt knows that locating a deer to stalk is the essential first step to a successful hunt. To the uninitiated,...Show More Summary

Beached boats, pink water as drought saps Great Salt Lake

On the southern shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea.

Officials to tour Utah's drought-stricken Great Salt Lake

On the southern shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea.

Girl Eats Peppered Potato Chips That Were Actually Covered In DEAD ANTS!

We will never look at pepper the same way again! On Tuesday, high school student Emily Wagoner went to the Pita Pit in Beaverton, Oregon and ate some Miss Vickie's Sea Salt & Vinegar Chips. Sounds innocent enough, right? WRONG! Related: FDA Bans Common Soap Ingredient Found In THESE Big Name Brands! Initially, she thought her crisps were [...]

Check out the otherworldly transformation of a salt-covered dress left at the bottom of the Dead Sea

The Salt Bride dress is reminiscent of the "traditional Hasidic garment" worn by a character in the Yiddish play The Dybbuk. The play, penned by S. Ansky between 1913 and 1916, chronicles a bride possessed by evil who is exorcised. Landau's art explores themes of death and change by focusing in on how the Dead Sea altered the dress's appearance. Show More Summary

Sigalit Landau’s Haunting Artwork Rises from the Dead Sea as the ‘Salt Bride’

2 months agoLifestyle / House & Home : Dornob

There is something almost voyeuristic about peering at the underwater image of Israeli artist Sigalit Landau‘s installation artwork, ‘Small Hasidic Salt Bride,’ which emerged from its subterranean resting place in 2014, after two months spent suspended beneath the Dead Sea. Encrusted salt crystals embrace the body of a period dress, submerged in water and suspended […]

Artist?s Photo Series Documents Wedding Dress? Dead Sea Transformation to Salt Crystals

Now on exhibit at Marlborough Contemporary Fine Art Gallery in London is Israeli artist Sigalit Landau’s “Salt Bride” photography series, which documents the transformation of a black dress submerged in the Dead Sea for three monthsShow More Summary

This is what happens when you leave a dress in the Dead Sea for two months.

2 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau dropped a 1920's era black gown into the famously salty Dead Sea for a project titled "Salt Bride." Finally, the Dead Sea gets a ghost. Landau returned to the dress periodically, to take pictures of the crystallization process. Show More Summary

Dress Left In The Dead Sea For Two Years Becomes Glittering Couture

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Have you ever wondered why mermaids wear a clam shell bikini top instead of, say, a blouse? It's because the salt in the ocean water collects on clothing and then crystallizes, and after a while that blouse would look more like a salt sculpture than an article of clothing. Show More Summary

Salt Crystalizes a Victorian Dress Submerged in the Dead Sea

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau soaked the dress in the salty sea for three months, to stunning results.

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