The seaweed processed by Algea is a natural concentrate of active principles particularly useful as ingredients in beauty products.
The natural active components providing effective hydration and regeneration of skin.

From the earliest civilizations, the sea has been considered to be an inexhaustible source of well-being. Ancient Mediterranean populations knew of the healing properties of sea water and its elements. Their teachings on the beneficial properties of this water, handed down for centuries, are today known as thalassotherapy remedies. Thalassotherapy comes from the Greek terms thàlassa and therapeìa, literally “care of the sea”.

It was the English doctor Richard Russel (1687-1759) who brought the beneficial effects of marine substances through thalassotherapy to the fore. He wrote, among other scientific treatises, "De tabe glandulari, sive de usu aquae marinae in morbis glandularum" and "On the use of sea water".
His passion for the sea meant that he was dubbed "l'inventeur de la mer" [the sea inventor] Russel said: “you need to drink seawater, bathe in it, and eat all forms of seafood in which all the virtues of the sea can be found”.

Algae have a key role among the many substances originating in the sea used for cosmetic purposes and more, and they are widely used in numerous thalassotherapy centres around the world. Known and appreciated in the marine environment, and often used for slimming and reshaping treatments, algae contain a wide variety of natural components with multiple properties.

Innovative ingredients for beauty

The AlgeaEsthe product line is innovative and effective ingredients for cosmetics designed to care for your face and body, is based on Ascophyllum nodosum, a brown alga which grows in the cold seas of the north, specifically in Norway.
The precious trace elements and active components in the products naturally stimulate the skin's response to ageing and skin flaws, improving its appearance.

The main results associated with the use of AlgeaEsthe ingredients are:

1

Cellulite

The roots of the formation of cellulite (inflammation of subcutaneous tissue which is extremely common among the Western female population) have primarily genetic causes, but are also caused by bad habits such as smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, poor diet and more generally an unhealthy lifestyle. All of these factors contribute to the spread of this hated orange-peel effect.
AlgeaEsthe Powder is an effective and tested ingredient, particularly suitable for mud packs, scrubs and soaps, providing valuable help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
2

Whitening

Excessive exposure to the sun, or using insufficient protection, can in time lead to the appearance of brown spots on the hands, face and body. Furthermore, pollution, poor diet and smoke can further damage your health and the appearance of your skin, causing dullness and a proliferation of brown spots.
The natural content of marine minerals, algal colloids of low molecular weight in our cosmetic ingredients for AlgeaEsthe Cream help to improve the clarity of skin on the face and body, as well as to hydrate and nourish it. It makes the skin more radiant and significantly helps to reduce brown skin spots.
3

Anti-Aging

Our body's skin is constantly being put to the test. To maintain it, a healthy lifestyle is important, refraining from smoking and dietary excesses, and getting an adequate and regular amount of sleep.
Prolonged exposure to sun or using harsh soaps can also make it more fragile. AlgeaEsthe Cream is an effective and tested ingredient which can combat the weakening of skin due to ageing, providing adequate nourishment.
The result is that skin is more toned, more supple and lines are less visible.
4

Soothing

The human skin has barrier effect function, in order to answer to challenges from outside environment (pathogens and chemicals), that helps the skin to remain healthy and younger. At these challenges from environment, stress or wrong nutrition the skin answers with inflammation part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli. The skin starts to slowly lose its barrier effect and become red colored.
So to actively combat redness it is necessary to:
1 - Act against inflammation
2 - Act on derma