ALGAE NÁTTÚRA - Soap scrub
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 smooth soap scrub which can be used to cleanse and soften the skin, improve its elasticity and slow the signs of aging - all in a completely natural way.