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Benefits of Spirulina on Skin

July 16, 2019 2 min read

Benefits of Spirulina on Skin

Spirulina is naturally green, both in color and as a skincare product.

Spirulina is perhaps one of the most ideal ingredients for your health and skin products for its many benefits. Spirulina is a form of natural algae that’s extremely high in antioxidants, iron, nutrients and protein. Most people know it for its medicinal uses, but the skin benefits make it a strong contender for every-day skincare application too.

 

Wonderful anti-aging compounds

Spirulina is rich in vitamin E, tyrosine and selenium, which are known for their highly effective anti-aging effects. Antioxidants which are present in tyrosine eliminate free radicals and slow down the aging of your skin cells. Spirulina is also a perfect source of chlorophyll, which has awesome cleansing attributes. The chlorophyll also keeps moisture in your skin, which is vital to maintaining smoother, hydrated skin. Spirulina is also rich in phytonutrients and carotenoids; these are the antioxidants that help protect your skin and body from free radicals that cause signs of aging. Using Spirulina regularly will guarantee younger-looking, healthy, vibrant skin.

 

Tones your skin

For worn-out and dull looking skin, spirulina can do miracles for your skin when applied. This is because of its high content of vitamins and minerals like iron, calcium, phosphorous and vitamins A, B-12 and E. Spirulina works quickly to remove free radicals and cleanse your skin, restoring your skin’s liveliness. Containing powerful antioxidants, spirulina can also work wonders when it comes to radiance and skin complexion. Did you know the chlorophyll in spirulina also decreases dark circles and spots on your skin?

 

Anti-inflammatory and anti-acne

Spirulina has great anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce skin swelling and acne, preventing further breakouts. It increases your skin’s absorption which aids faster healing and stops bacteria overgrowth. Spirulina is also a good source of GLA, also known as gamma-linolenic acid, which also adds to the anti-inflammatory properties of spirulina.

Spirulina is comes in with a multitude of benefits not only for your health, but for your skin too. That’s why at Peace of Mind Natural, we use spirulina in some of our products, including:


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