It is said that life couldn’t exist without water. And do you know what ingredients are hidden on the bottom of the ocean, what does sea water contain and how to use sea creatures in skin care? Read my text and you’ll find out everything.


Algae are of great importance for a beautiful and young skin. They live in seas, lakes, rivers and … puddles. Algae contain vitamins, minerals, alginic acid and xanthophylls (antioxidants). For cosmetologists, the most valuable are freshwater algae, sea algae and snow algae. The first of these are found in anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cosmetics. Sea algae have a slimming, smoothing and anti-cellulite effect. Snow algae combats free radicals, rejuvenates and protects the skin against harmful external factors.


They contain amino acids, mineral salts and calcium carbonate. Powdered pearls are used in make-up cosmetics, anti-wrinkle creams and brightening products. They have many properties: brighten, smooth, reduce cellulite, firm, make scars and wrinkles less visible, soothe acne.


It is rich in sodium, calcium, magnesium, silicon, selenium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and chromium. It is used in the form of crystals in scrubs, bath cosmetics, wraps and compresses. Sea salt improves blood circulation and skin tension, it has a cleansing effect and supports the functioning of the respiratory system. It is used in cosmetics for hair styling and for combating dandruff.


It is extracted from hot springs. It contains micro and macro elements, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, silicon, sodium, iron and many other substances valuable for the body. Thermal water moisturizes, soothes and nourishes. Products with its content are recommended for the care of sensitive, irritated, acne-prone and allergic skin.


It consists of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur and iodine. Amber used in cosmetology has an antioxidant, exfoliating and smoothing effect. The essence of amber is used in anti-wrinkle and soothing creams, as well as in products responsible for improving blood circulation and condition of the hair.


Author: Isabelle

Who am I and why do I own a blog about beauty and cosmetics? My name is Isabelle and I love to broaden the mind in regard to all-things beauty. I work in a beauty salon so in my free time, I like to learn more to be up to date with all cosmetic novelties. One day, I have decided to share my knowledge with a wider audience and here we are. I will be more than happy to answer all your questions!

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