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Our Marine Resources

Seaweed from the Molène Archipelago :

the original extracts

the original extracts


The seaweed collection sites used in treatments are on the island of Moléne, in the heart of the Iroise Marine Park where more than 800 species of seaweed have been listed.
This marine protected area is located in the open sea, in a setting classified as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO .
  since 1988.
Seaweed is harvested in the traditional way, by picking, respecting their ecology and biodiversity.

The extracts are obtained by maceration without using any chemistry. These techniques make it possible to preserve all of their intracellular content.

Seaweed extracts are combined in synergy in the formulas, according to their specific properties:

  • brown algae for their richness in mineral salts, sulphated polysaccharides, polyphenols

  • red algae for their richness in organic silicon and their antiseptic properties

  • green algae with nourishing properties due to the presence of vitamins and antioxidants



Affinity with the skin:
The presence of mineral salts and trace elements in all the formulas gives them a similarity with the natural physiological environment of the cells and thus develops an astonishing affinity with the skin.

Brown Algae



Brown alga belonging to the Fucaceae family

Popular name: black seaweed

Breton name: korre


Benefits for our skin:

Rich in sulfated polysaccharides and sulfur amino acids which have restructuring properties at the level of collagen fibers, stimulate the production of support fibers, soften and nourish the epidermis .



Brown alga belonging to the Fucaceae family

Common name: bladder wrack

Breton name: klogor


Benefits for our skin:

It contains essential fatty acids with nutritional properties, it also has remineralising, tonic-circulatory draining properties, and stimulation of cellular metabolism by trace elements and mineral salts.


Brown algae belonging to the Laminariaceae family

Popular name: digitate kelp

Breton name: rombu, tali


Benefits for our skin:

It remineralizes the epidermis with its softening and nourishing effects. it has energizing, toni-circulatory properties, promotes tissue drainage and therefore slimming, helps with cellular exchanges, with the elimination and storage of cell energy. in addition, it stimulates cellular metabolism. it is also attributed protective properties through the regeneration of collagen fibers and its regulatory role in the reconstruction of connective tissues.



Brown algae from the Pheophyceae family

Common name: gutter algae


Benefits for our skin:

This brown seaweed is amazing in its adaptability, resistance and vitality. as a result, it has many benefits: in particular, it slows down skin aging and the appearance of the first wrinkles.


Red Algae



Red algae belonging to the gigartinaceae family

Popular name: sea lichen
Breton name: pioka

Benefits for our skin:

Sulfated polysaccharides and sulfur amino acids have soothing, antiseptic, softening, anti-inflammatory and toni-circulatory properties.


Red algae belonging to the palmariaceae family
Popular name: palmate rhodymenia
Breton name: dulse, bezhin saout

Benefits for our skin:

Palmaria palmata has remineralization properties due to the significant mineral contribution, including potassium which intervenes at the level of osmoregulation. the presence of mucilages as well as lysine gives it moisturizing properties. it is also interesting for its restorative properties and preservation of elasticity due to amino acids, vitamin c as well as part of the lipid fraction.


Marine Plants



Marine plant of the Apiaceae family

Popular name: Sea fennel


Benefits for our skin:

Rich in iodine, trace elements, amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, it helps fight against water retention while  promoting the elimination of fat. It also regenerates and firms the skin.

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