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Forget the Fountain of Youth! De-Age Your Skin with a Little Seaweed

 

UV radiation. Highly processed foods. Alcohol. Sedentary lifestyles. Cold temperatures. Human skin suffers through a great deal of stress on a regular basis. Though we can’t turn back the hands of time, modern cosmetics masterfully conceal the impact these stressors have on our skin. What worries some consumers is the further negative impact that synthetic […]

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4 Benefits of Seaweed Skincare Products Your Customers Want

 

What am I putting on my skin? It’s a question more of your customers want answers to. As many as 90% of consumers now believe natural or naturally-derived beauty ingredients are better for them. Formulators need to make cosmetics that help people look their best and nourish their skin. The trick is finding all-natural, clean-label […]

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Seaweed is a Gift to Organic Food Manufacturing. Here’s How

 

Organic food is no longer a specialty item. It’s spread beyond the food co-ops of college towns and the West Coast into the pantries and refrigerators of 30% of American households. Those who eat organic food believe it’s healthier, tastier, and more nutritious – creating a readymade and devoted customer base for formulators. If you […]

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Want Better Organic Ingredients? Seaweed Enhances Your Products in 3 Ways

 

Consumers are developing a healthy appetite for organic food. In 2018 alone, the U.S. organic market reached $52.5 billion, showing that people are more than willing to pay for food that is free of chemicals and synthetic-additives. Yet some in the food and nutraceutical industries are still hesitant to go organic, worrying about replacing reliable […]

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Do Kelp Dietary Supplements Work? What the Science Says

 

We’re at a point where nobody can claim ignorance about the obesity epidemic. Government agencies, First Ladies, primary care physicians, health and wellness bloggers, and others regularly remind us that almost 40% of Americans and 28% of Canadians are obese. Yet rather than prompting people to reduce their BMI, waist line and cholesterol levels, these […]

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