Luxury Skincare helping the ocean's ecosystems

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Marine-based skincare is having a major moment right now. NOR Skincare is founded on sea-based ingredients alone. Marine ingredients like seaweed, sea water, and sea salt aren’t just a fad or a skincare trend, there’s actually so much science behind them. Not only do they possess anti-inflammatory and anti-aging qualities, they’re full of minerals that restore, replenish and hydrate our skin.

Seawater

Ocean water is a powerful antidote for all skin care issues as it contains a nearly identical chemical composition and mineral concentration found in our blood plasma. This means, by adding seawater to your skincare regime, you can replenish some of the minerals that it loses on a daily basis. When our cell function is out of balance, our skin becomes dull and dehydrated as nutrients are not absorbed properly.

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Seaweed

Seaweed is one of the fastest growing organisms on the planet and is packed with beauty-boosting ingredients. Most importantly, it’s full of natural hydrators that help draw moisture back into the skin. Yet it’s also a rich source of vitamin E, another well-known hydrator, as well as vitamin B and C. All of which, will not only help fight pigmentation but brighten your skin, while protecting it from free radicals that cause premature aging. As it’s a marine ingredient it has a high mineral content, which will help strengthen your skin’s epidermal barrier, protecting it from damaging external factors, like pollution or sun damage. As if it couldn’t get any better, algae are also full of proteins and amino acids which will plump your skin, making it look and feel soft and radiant.

Sea salt

A main benefit of sea salt is the mineral magnesium.  Magnesium is great for your skin because it helps get rid of dry skin.  This will help improve the texture of skin and skin hydration.

Sea salt is laden with minerals, including magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium, all of which play a key role in our skin's health, function, and cellular communication. When your skin's mineral balance is off-kilter, symptoms such as dryness, dullness, irritation, and blotchiness ensue, especially as colder, dryer weather sets in. Sea salt from the kitchen can act as an exfoliant, it may have antimicrobial properties, and its minerals may diminish inflammation