The astounding skin benefits of algaeLast updated on Mar 23, 2020, 03:44 pm
Have you been looking for a one-stop solution for your skin health issues? If yes, help is here.
The all-natural and organic algae extracts are a great way to deal with skin problems of all types.
It hydrates and rejuvenates the skin and strengthens its roots.
Here are some of the benefits that algae has to offer for the skin.
Algae works wonders for hyperpigmentation
Red, blue, green and brown algae are generally known to boost the process of skin brightening, as these aquatic plants are full of minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Algae-based products facilitate the reduction of hyperpigmentation, acne scars, dark circles and facial skin issues.
Further, it is also useful in the opening of clogged pores, thereby allowing the skin to breathe.
Algae for acne treatment and pollution
Red marine algae can potentially fight blackheads, whiteheads and cysts.
Its red color comes from the beta carotene present in it, which is an important precursor of Vitamin A.
Notably, Vitamin A facilitates anti-acne treatment owing to its sub-components such as tretinoin, retinol and accutane.
Additionally, due to its antioxidant power, algae is also beneficial for fighting the effects of pollution on the skin.
It contributes to skin hydration
Algae is a powerhouse of many essential minerals and vitamins.
We say so because it contains copper, zinc, phosphorus, iodine, iron, magnesium, potassium, Vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K. However, different varieties of the plant are differently composed.
All these elements make a perfect mix for the hydration, tightening, brightening, toning and rejuvenation of the skin.
Brown algae for healing wounds
Separately, brown algae improves collagen quality and contains phlorotannins, that can considerably help in healing of skin wounds.
Further, the brown seaweed also has fucoidan. The component is known for guarding elastic fibers of the body, thus facilitating wound-healing.
This element also prevents the breaking down of the skin over time.