Boreal Algae

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

Polaar expertise

Directly harvested at the source, the seaweed extract is obtained by maceration. It is clarified and then cold filtered to preserve all its properties.

The benefits







Boreal Algae synthesises a high level of phytomelatonin - the plant version of melatonin - which is responsible for cell regeneration at night.

It also helps to restore the skin's chronobiology, which is disturbed by the effects of seasonal changes, jet lag and lack of sleep.

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