Chemists and cosmetologists have long noticed how many links algae and human skin have. In 1895, French biologist Rene Ouinton discovered that the chemical composition of sea water is similar to that of human blood plasma that has kept the same salinity as the sea (nine grams per liter). The algae, and human skin need many minerals and vitamins to survive, so they store in the cells.
Preparations containing a number of extracts from algae eliminate swelling, fight skin disorders, help regulate the acid-base balance, so that the skin becomes elastic.
Algae strengthen blood vessels, protect them from cracking, effectively preventing the development of skin thin, red spider veins.
You can find algae most often in preparations that are revitalizing, regenerating and strengthening.