Algae is a popular ingredient for skincare. It might not sound appealing to your clients, but if you are using it, you know it works!
What does algae help with?
- Dry Skin
- Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Clogged Pores
- Prevents the effects of Free Radicals
- UV Protection
This powerhouse can help with so many skin issues and has similar properties to Vitamin C. Take a look at some simple ways to incorporate this popular ingredient into your service!
Maximize your skincare convenience with the Prosana Spa Algae Purifying Masque. This soothing masque contains an ultra-fine exfoliating algae powder that’s easily shaped for use.
The mask contains an ultra-fine algae powder with exceptional plasticity and soothing qualities.
Blend the hydrating power of algae and the softening exfoliation of sea salts with Spa Pantry Marine Algae Salt. These salts contain a perfect harmony of pH balancing minerals.
Perfect for exfoliating treatments and bath soaks.
Pro Tip: For a moisturizing, exfoliating aromatherapy treatment, combine salts with massage oil and essential oils. May be used in conjunction with the Vichy shower. Use more oil than salt for sensitive skin types and less oil for a more aggressive exfoliation.
A peel-off treatment designed to counterbalance the effects of aging and sun-damaged hands. This nourishing and repairing mask protects hands from exterior aggressions. A combination of collagen and elastin preserves youthfulness and smoothness of the hands, helping to lighten dark spots.
Uses: Skin lightening, resurfacing and smoothing system for the hands.
This pure seaweed is micronized for faster, more complete absorption. It stimulates blood circulation, hydrates the skin, invigorates skin tissue, and improves elasticity.
An excellent treatment to be used during weight loss.
It may be used for wraps, masks, or baths!
Pro Tip: Use for a phenomenal scalp Treatment. Simply mix 2 tablespoons with warm water to a slight paste and apply to scalp for 20 minutes!