ALGAE NÁTTÚRA and the tradition
The algae derives its name from the origin of seaweed, but the laminaria digitata which is used in ALGAE NÁTTÚRA is from the so-called macroalgal taxa branch.
For centuries, the people of Reykhólar in the West Fjords of Iceland have used kelp and seaweed from the unique ocean habitat of Breidafjordur Bay as a source of healing and rejuvenation. This is the tradition behind Algae náttúra: the kelp is first dried using the geothermal energy of the area and then milled, preserving both its exceptional effectiveness and the invigorating scent of the sea. The result is a potent seaweed oil which can be used as a facial or body oil to soften the skin, improve its elasticity and slow the signs of aging - all in a completely natural way.