100% Organic and Vegan
Our new Seaweed Face Mask is a highly versatile product that can be used as a Face Mask, Bath Soak, or Exfoliator. You can add Epsom salts and Himalayan Rock Salt giving you a detoxifying Bath Soak, add Oil or Gel giving you an Exfoliator that will help get rid of Dead and Dry Skin.
The Beauty Benefits of Seaweed Powder
Detoxifies (Pulls out toxins from Skin).
Highly Hydrating (Seaweed Nourishes your Skin leaving your Face and Body Glowing.
* Seaweed is full of Vitamins and Minerals such as Vitamin C which boosts Collagen production fantastic for Skin Elasticity
- Potassium which is needed for Body Hydration including the Skin.
- Iron which is great for Circulation of Blood and Boosts Hair Growth.
- Niacin fades Scars and helps Brighten the Skin.
- Choline helps reduce Oily Skin which will help conditions such as Acne.
- Soothes Skin irritation such as Eczema and speeds up Cell Regeneration and Healing of Wounds and Scars.
- Anti Ageing by helping Revitaise Mature Skin.
- Fucus Serratus Seaweed contains natural anti – aging properties. It naturally improves the signs of aging by toning , moisturising and stimulating skin cells.
Description: Dichotmously branched fronds arising from a small disc via a short stipe; distinct midrib. Plants to 300 mm with terminal, compressed receptacles with warty conceptacles. This is the “Serrated wrack” of the lower shore in the north-eastern Atlantic. It is easily recognised by its saw-toothed frond, and a lack of swollen receptacles (see below).
Habitat: Zone forming on sheltered and semi-exposed shores from about MTL down to about MLWN where it meets the kelp zone.
Distribution: Widely distributed on all coasts of Britain and Ireland. Spain north to Spitsbergen.
Usage: Fucus serratus is used in Ireland and France for the production of seaweed extracts for cosmetics, and for seaweed baths.
Similar species: Fucus vesiculosus generally has paired vesicles and does not have a saw-toothed edge; Fucus spiralis has inflated terminal receptacles with a sterile rim,
Description information about Fucus Serratus Seaweed taken from www.seaweed.ie