Developed in America in 1947 by a german-jewish Chemist Schewa Cederblum, "Magnes Ke Soma" (Greek: Magnet and Body) is a revolutionary technology especially designed for jewelry design, but due the fight over patent rights for many years, has not yet been released for this use into the big industrial market. Through the transformation of atomic binding within the mesh as well as the chemical "disarray" of the freely mobile electrons, an artificial magnetic effect evolves, which results in a strong binding particularly for skin particles. This effect it suited perfectly to body jewellery, particularly in the face as facial skin emits fat generously, which is an advantage to the magnet binding process. One has always dreamt of creating a clean design for facial jewellery which doesn't require piercing holes or unnecessary additional accessories. With "Magnes Ke Soma" this is now possible.