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Why use a serum

Maybe you are doing all the right things: cleansing, exfoliating, masking, moisturizing and spf’ing and your skin is still not glowing. A serum could be exactly what your skin needs. Serums are thinner than traditional moisturizers and contain higher concentrations of active ingredients. They absorb quickly, are soothing and nourishing for sensitive skin, hydrate skin, prevent scars and blemishes, minimize breakouts, protect your skin from free radicals, boost collagen and the ingredients in Face it serum are all anti inflammatory.
Start with Sea me mask and make sure you leave your skin damp after washing off the mask, so the serum can be absorbed deeply into your skin. Follow with a moisturizer like Make my day cream to seal in the serum. Our award winning Face it serum is high performing with pure organic oils.

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What is Fascia

Fascia is a thin casing of connective tissue that surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber and muscle in place. The tissue does more than provide internal structure; fascia has nerves that make it almost as sensitive as skin. When stressed, it tightens up.
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Symptoms of tight fascia?
Deep, aching pain in a muscle.
Pain that persists or worsens.
A tender knot in a muscle.
Difficulty sleeping due to pain.
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How to improve your fascia health:
Stretch for 10 minutes a day.
Foam rolling your body.
Visit sauna, especially after gym.
Cardio.
Cryotherapy.
Yoga.
Hydrate your skin and body.
Get a Myofascial release treatment by a professional.

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Chlorella mask Sea me mask for healthy skin

We love to use face masks because they allow ingredients to penetrate into the skin in a short amount of time. It also reminds us of taking a little break in our busy day,  and who does not need that?  A face mask can deliver a more concentrated dose and more intense version than a moisturizer which is often water based. Sea me mask is based on aloe vera and chlorella, giving skin an extra boost. It can help refine skin pores for clearer skin, increase hydration, diminish fine lines, even skin tone and firm skin. Chlorella contains a nutrient called chlorella growth factor, this nutrient can help promote rapid tissue repair and cellular renewal. A great way to get healthy, bright looking skin.

Chlorella restores the production of skin’s collagen, calms unwanted redness, fights Inflammation and permanent sun damage. With these fantastic antioxidant properties, I don’t limit the benefits to my face. Sea me mask is equally beneficial as a scalp and hair mask.  You may look like a green monster for a few minutes when you have applied the mask (great to scare your family😆) But when you wash it off, you will shine 🤩

 

 

 

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Sea me mask

Gaining big popularity! Have you discovered Sea Me yet? What are your thoughts of it? If you haven't then this is your chance because we are having our spring sale on our website. Link in bio💚
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Eternal youth

No, we are not promising you eternal youth or time reversing tricks. We are offering a space in this beauty universe, where you are allowed to be exactly who you are, in all aspects. And gladly offer you the benefits of nourishing your physical body with the power from nature. And by doing so, as a bonus effect. Because your skin will be coated with chosen ingredients beneficial for the skin's natural mechanisms. Then yes, your skin will radiate with glow and feel better suited for your soul.
Transformation is part of nature. Butterflies, flowers, personalities all transform. The most beautiful transformation is however the one when you go from aware to even more aware, of who you are. And accept that. Stopping compromising what you want in your life. Making the right choice. That choice that you know is better for you, in the long run. So no, we won't promise you quick fix skincare solutions. The beauty of our products is aligned with your transformation towards becoming the better you.
We got your back when it comes to skincare.✨ 💚✨
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Humidity impact on skin

Be aware of the humidity changes in the climate because that has an impact on your skin’s needs. The colder the temperature, the dryer the air. This means that during cold weather the skin tends to loose moisture when it evaporates into the cold air. To prevent this moisture  loss it's important to use an oil, that locks in moist into the outer layers of the skin. When weather goes into spring, or warmer climate, the humidity levels increases in the air. This is why our skin feels less dry in warmer, more humid climates. Then adapt your routine to decrease the amount oil used. In daytime our soft Make My Day. This cream is excellent during sunnier times as the Algica in it acts as a uv filter. This one does the trick by itself, in warmer climate.
Many of you choose to use the cream during the day and the oil over night.
Just keep some attention to what your skin is telling you it needs and adapt the amount of oil contra cream according to what feels is giving you the most comfort. 💚
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Glowing healthy skin naturally

Glowing healthy skin is not an overnight miracle.
It’s easy thinking that piling on all the makeup products in the world will help. To achieve natural radiance that makes your skin look healthy and flawless we need to treat our skin at its core and adopt good habits.

Always remove your makeup. Leaving it on clogs the pores which may cause blemishes. Your skin needs to breathe while it’s in repair mode. Double cleanse.

Apply sunscreen also in the winter that blocks UVA and UVB rays. A longtime exposure to the sun can cause wrinkles, age spots and more serious skin problems.

Eat fruits, vegetables, greens, protein and vitamins. Cut down on sugar

Exercise regularly to stimulate your blood circulation. If you don’t have time with anything else, take a brisk walk around the block. Notice the glow on your face.

Try to get at least 8 hours sleep

Make time for “me time” and try to avoid stress. Ever notice that you tend to break out more when you are stressed?

Drink water

Do a facial massage when you apply your cream. I mix Make my day cream with Face it serum. Making sure not to pull the skin.

Use gentle skincare products.

Use a face mask like Sea me mask twice a week. It really gives you a noticeable glow and is a true Cinderella mask. Packed with organic ingredients, chlorella and antioxidants that will really make a difference to your skin.

Remember beautiful skin is not a sprint it’s a marathon.




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Body Buddy lotion

We're so happy that more and more of you are discovering our gem, Body Buddy! 💚

Sweet orange essential oil - an excellent skin toner with a natural source of Vitamin C

Lemongrass essential oil - reduces water retention and tones skin

Aloe Vera - amazing plant for various skin conditions and gives glowing skin

Oat kernel oil - maintains a protective barrier for healthy skin, has anti-itch properties

Safflower oil - a rich source of Vitamin E, keeps skin supple

Squalane - improves skin elasticity

Vitamin E - powerful antioxidant, helps to soften skin

Lactic acid - gentle nourishing agent for skin

Bergamot essential oil (bergaptene free) - soothing and skin conditioning.
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Sea me mask- solution for dry itchy scalp

Hair’s the thing…

Does your hair get dirty or greasy really fast? Do you suffer from a dry itchy scalp? Sea me mask to the rescue! The aloevera and Chlorella soothes the scalp and conditions the hair. The pullulan ads moisture. The ingredients in Sea me mask can reduce dandruff and unblock hair follicles that may be blocked by excess oil. It will strengthen your hair and help to manage itchy dry scalp and greasy strands.

Both aloevera and chlorella are full of nutrients, fatty acids, amino acids and rich in vitamins for healthy hair. So while you apply Sea me mask to your face, wet your hair a bit so the ingredients can get into the hair strands, then massage Sea me mask on your head. I apply conditioner to ends of the hair. The hair is noticeable glossier and fuller which is especially great if you have fine Scandinavian hair . If your hair usually gets greasy fast, it stays fresher looking much longer. Very useful when you go traveling. There’s even some research that points to aloevera could be beneficial for hair growth.

 

 

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Sea me mask for radiant , bright and clear skin

I often get the question, which is my favorite product. It’s a hard one to answer because I love all of them in a different way. But nothing gives me such radiant and clear skin as Sea me mask. It’s a real Cinderella mask. One of the reasons  Sea me mask is one of my favorite products is because we added a whopping 5% Chlorella in the recipe which really makes a difference.

 

Chlorella is a single cell green algae that grows wild in fresh waters. It’s packed with nutrients so great in your smoothie but did you know that when applied topically, it works through the layers of skin. It battles free radicals, plumps the skin’s appearance, fights photo damage from over exposure to skin and reduces inflammation.

 

Chlorella is great for all types of skin, it balances oily skin, detoxifies acne prone skin, keeps moisture for dry skin and calms unwanted redness. It’s packed with antioxidants for healthy glowing skin.

 

Chlorella fights against aging, promotes skin elasticity and visibly firms skin. When dead and dying cells remain on the face we get a dull and gray complexion. With regular use of Sea me mask the Chlorella encourages new cell turnover to reveal brighter younger looking skin.

 

Sea me mask is also the best acne treatment I have tried. It reduces the breakouts and improves skin quality. The lipids in Chlorella kill the microorganisms that are the cause of breakouts. Additionally the fatty acids disrupt the pro inflammatory cytokine activity that leads to more breakouts.

 

To sum it up Chlorella detoxifies your skin, it moisturizes and refreshes dry skin, nourishes skin, slowing the aging process, promotes clear skin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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