Glowing Skin Secrets

Short of eight hours of sleep, ten glasses of water, and an afternoon playing tag on the beach, the best way to achieve glowing summer skin year-round is to nourish it with moisturizing, hydrating ingredients that keep it looking plump and youthful.
Glowing Skin Secrets

It’s the pinnacle of health and the cornerstone of youthfulness. It’s a mark of a happy summer and giddy children. It’s what pregnant women are gifted by the heavens. It’s the sign of health and joy and an earnest game of tag. We’re talking about healthy, glowing skin, the kind that can’t be faked. Short of eight hours of sleep, ten glasses of water, and an afternoon playing tag on the beach, the best way to achieve glowing summer skin year-round is to nourish it with moisturizing, hydrating ingredients that keep it looking plump and youthful.

Here’s how to do it:


Hyaluronic Sea Serum

Start your day with our Hyaluronic Sea Serum, which uses three different hyaluronic acids to draw water into the skin to maintain optimal moisture levels.



Seabiotic® Water Cream

Then layer on Seabiotic Water Cream, loaded with French brown algae, plant-derived squalane, and bisabolol, a botanical extract, to keep skin hydrated for up to 72 hours. It sinks in so easily you’ll realize your skin was dehydrated and you didn’t even know it. Skin looks instantly plumper, smoother, and younger.



Undaria Algae Body Oil

Finally, apply our Undaria Algae Body Oil from shoulders to toes to let the seaweed-infused body oil soften and nourish the skin like you can’t believe.



White Algae Flash Mask

Every few days (for about 10 to 20 minutes), apply our White Algae Flash Mask to illuminate the skin and reduce the appearance of dark spots. The formula’s mineral peptides make the skin feel plump and firm, while hyaluronic acid draws in moisture for an added boost of hydration. (You can also apply before bed and leave it on overnight to maximize benefits.)



Think of it as a four-step plan to keep skin plumped, glowing, and radiant whether it’s July or January.