Updated September 25, 2018 11:35:33When you think about the red gem, you may think of red diamonds, purple gems, or even blue gems, but there are also red gems and others that are often associated with gems.
Red gems can have some serious consequences if they are not treated properly.
These gems are often used in jewelry, cosmetics, and cosmetics products, and are often found in beauty products that are sold for cosmetic purposes.
If you buy red gems, you can be putting your health at risk, according to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
They state that red gems can cause serious health problems, and that if left untreated they can lead to complications such as blindness, kidney failure, and death.
The red gems they are referring to are red gemstones, which are hard and shiny.
They are not naturally found, and they have to be mined and refined.
Red gems can be a real risk, especially if you buy them for cosmetic use, according the Royal College of Australia.
They recommend that you only purchase red gems that are mined and graded by an accredited gemologist.
The University of Queensland, the University of New South Wales, and the University in Western Australia have all published guidelines for red gem mining.
They recommend that the gems be tested for mineral content and gem quality before being purchased.
If a gem has a problem, such as yellowing or cracks, the red gems must be replaced or removed.
These can also cause problems for the gem itself.
The most common problem is when the gems is cracked or yellowed, but they can also occur with other gems, according for example the University College of Queensland’s Red Gem website.
There are a number of different ways to handle red gems.
Some are easy to handle, while others are harder, like taking them apart.
These include cleaning, grinding, and polishing.
Red gemstones may be mixed in with other materials, but this does not make them any more dangerous than other gemstones.
They do have a different color from other gems.
If a gem is cracked, it will show through and look like the cracked gem.
However, if the gem is not broken, the color will not show.
The best way to dispose of red gems is to dispose them, according these University of Melbourne experts.
Red gemstones can be safely discarded in a garbage can or a plastic bag, according Red Gemstones: Red Gems for Beauty and Home.
You can find the best recycling sites for gems, as well as other resources.
The Royal AustralASian College is also warning consumers to be very careful about the safety of red gemstone products.
They suggest that if you are buying a gemstone, it should be treated with care and inspected for quality before purchase.
They also recommend that red gem sellers should always test for mineral hardness before selling them.