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Algae | Skin Care & Hair Care

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Algae first started trending in food, with the Instagrammable ‘mermaid toast’, a vibrant breakfast trend featuring Spirulina, that took social media by storm. Since then, we have seen algae-inspired home décor and now, within Personal Care.

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Algae are very simple, chlorophyll-containing organisms. In cosmetics, algae can be used as thickening agents, water-binding agents, and antioxidants.

Within skincare, algae boost collagen production, promotes skin moisturisation and enhances the barrier function. For haircare applications, algae conditions, controls frizz, repairs and enhances shine.

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Wednesday, 17 March 2021

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