IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN
Seaweed is categorised into four different classes, determined by their colour. Each seaweed type has specific properties and health benefits for both our skin and our bodies.
BLUE SEAWEED of which Spirulina is the most common. You are sure to have heard of this marine supplement, often blended with banana and kiwis for a more palatable taste. Pure spirulina is a fresh water algae, growing in the alkaline crater lakes of extinct volcanoes in the pristine regions of Hawaii and South America. The distinct advantage of Spirulina is its richness in iron, protein and Vitamin B12 which aid in skin strength and ceramide production.
GREEN SEAWEED grows tall, often reaching the surface of the ocean. Known for its firming and nourishing effect, green seaweed is perfectly compatible with a dry, mature skin.
BROWN SEAWEED is arguably the most versatile of all seaweeds, the most popular strains being Laminaria, Fucus and Ascophyllum. Brown seaweeds possess powerful stimulating, slimming and detoxifying properties, and also provide the skin with incredible elasticity. Fucus Vesiculosis is used for the treatment of skin conditions such as eczema, contact dermatitis and inflamed acne as a fundamental nutrient boost for the skin cells.
RED SEAWEED is found on the ocean floor, tiny and small and rarely exposed to light. Densely packed with marine trace elements and minerals, red seaweeds are also known as the “skin normaliser”. Red seaweed species such as Chondrus Crispus rebalance the skin, feeding it with nutrients, moisture and nourishment
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