ACTIVE AGENTS LEXICON
Select a active substance from the alphabetical list to find out more:
Silk of the sea
This extract of the algae Enteromorpha compressa and Himanthalia elongata, indigenous to Brittany, is distinguished by high levels of amino acids. Thanks to the unusual serin level, this active agent is a vegetable alternative to animal silk. The silk of the sea has moisturising and – in particular – anti-irritant properties, and also forms a film. It also lends the skin a pleasantly velvety, silky feeling.