Leveraging seaweed benefits for acne-prone skin

Also known as sugar kelp, it consists of a brown alga from the Laminariaceae family. Besides being used for cooking purposes due to it sweet taste, it was also widely used in medicine for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities. 

Cosmetics Benefits

Neptune Kelp is also being used by the cosmetic industry as a stabilizer due to its content in alginic acid. The extract can assist in reducing the excess of sebum secretion of the skin surface and offering a more mattified complexion. The presence of sulfated polysaccharides may contribute also to decreasing inflammation in acne-prone skin.


See it applied in the Marine Beauty concept


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