The Benefits of Seaweed For Your Lips
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Golden Seaweed also known as, Laminaria Ochroleuca, is a form of algae that is found along the coasts of Ireland and Great Britain, it holds onto rocks in tidal areas, and is mostly recognized for its beautiful yellow-gold leaves. Because it is found in shallow water, it is often exposed to harsh sunlight, and has developed its own protective mechanism to combat the effects of UVA and UVB rays.
This is the only type of seaweed out there as seaweed comes in a variation of colors, ranging from green, brown and red. All have different things that they benefit.
The health benefits of seaweed on your skin for sufferers of acne, rosacea, psoriasis or any other skin conditions are significant in the healing process. With anti-inflammatory properties in most, if not all the seaweed family, your skin will maintain protection against further outbreaks once it has cleared.
Seaweed can help to remove dead skin cells, hydrate the skin and then form a barrier to protect from dirt and further infection.
Once your skin has healed from a debilitating skin condition, you can use seaweed moisturizers and lip masks to keep your skin hydrated with natural fatty acids that will help prevent further problems from developing.
This condition is also in the healing category due to the skin being damaged. Seaweed skincare products can help to heal the damaged skin then regenerate the skin cells to clear the dark patches and reproduce new healthy skin cells.
We use Golden algae in one of our formulas because we noticed the benefits that it has. Those benefits include:
Heals acne, rosacea and sensitive skin problems
Evens skin pigmentation
As natural skincare and safe ingredients become popular companies like Nickelle Cosmetics are adding natural ingredients to their products to improve and protect people’s skin. Seaweed ,being one of those ingredients being added, have many benefits tested by scientists and dermatologists to help your skins ability to repair and hydrate your lips