Beauty by benson empowers each person to grow in spirit, joy, love, self-love, and self worth and nurture everyone so that they can just shine & connect to their truth however that works for them.
I provide tools for each beautiful soul to move forward on their path and journey in the best way possible.

Every service and product is done with the highest intention and charged and blessed with love light and beauty from the Infinite Spirit.

My passion for beauty allows others to walk in their purpose I do this with compassion, love for beauty and aesthetic. That’s what’s unique and special about beauty by Benson.
-Elizabeth Benson

Minerals: The Building Blocks

Born of fluid, heat, and pressure, minerals dazzle us with their breathtaking colors and shapes and astonish us with their usefulness. They are forged underground, where forces that have been at work for billions of years continue to make more minerals. A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic (nonliving) solid having a specific chemical composition.

When they look for minerals in their own environment, students may find a single mineral specimen such as marble, which is pure calcite. However, they will probably find rocks, which are mixtures of two or more minerals. Granite, for instance, with its tiny multi-colored grains, is made of quartz, feldspar, and mica.

 Begginers Guide to Crytals

Created over the millennia, healing crystals harness the life giving elements of the Earth and the universe. Harnessing the energy of the Sun, the Moon, and the oceans, semi-precious stones connect us to Earth as soon as we come into contact with them. Many people wonder if crystals have healing powers, and while there are many anecdotes describing the curative effects of healing stones, it really depends on your own experience. It takes a conscious effort to open your heart and mind to the power of crystal healing, but once you begin, the journey is studded with beautiful, mysterious, and unique crystals that will rock your world.

Minerals: The Building Blocks

Born of fluid, heat, and pressure, minerals dazzle us with their breathtaking colors and shapes and astonish us with their usefulness. They are forged underground, where forces that have been at work for billions of years continue to make more minerals. A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic (nonliving) solid having a specific chemical composition.

When they look for minerals in their own environment, students may find a single mineral specimen such as marble, which is pure calcite. However, they will probably find rocks, which are mixtures of two or more minerals. Granite, for instance, with its tiny multi-colored grains, is made of quartz, feldspar, and mica.

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