Boreal Algae

In the abysses of the polar oceans, where light is scarce, lives a mysterious algae: Rhodimenia Borealia.
Under the influence of blue moonlight, it synthesizes phytomelatonin. This plant enzyme is similar to melatonin, a hormone secreted by the brain at night, which activates all the biological mechanisms responsible for nocturnal cell regeneration.

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Harvested directly from the source, seaweed extract is obtained by maceration. It is clarified and then cold-filtered to preserve all its properties.

The benefits







Boreal Algae synthesizes high levels of phytomelatonin - the plant version of melatonin - which is responsible for nocturnal cell regeneration.

It also helps restore the skin's chronobiology, disrupted by the effects of seasonal changes, jet-lag and lack of sleep.

It has decongestant, soothing and revitalizing properties that promote the fundamental mechanisms of nocturnal cell regeneration.