Seaweed | What's that?
On the cold sea floor, 15–40 m below the surface, grow forests bursting with nutrients that promote natural beauty. These groves of seaweed – also known as macroalgae or kelp – are rich in natural iodine and full of vitamins, proteins, minerals and antioxidants. Something Chinese medicine has known for 3,000 years has now been scientifically proven by researchers: these ocean-dwelling plants have miraculous anti-ageing powers.
Seaweed is a form of brown algae full of valuable substances that are recognised for their detoxifying and immune-boosting properties. Brown algae boosts the immune system thanks to its fucoidan content, which has also been found to have a strong anti-inflammatory effect. In addition, brown algae promotes the expulsion of toxins, harmful chemicals and heavy metals.