Combine your vacation with delightful seaweed baths!

Combine your vacation with delightful seaweed baths!


Seaweed: The treatment of the sea!


They renew you, heal you, bring you back to life! Algae and its rich mineral benefits are truly a source of life that humanity has enjoyed for centuries and for years thalassotherapy has been offered in European countries such as France and Ireland.


Research shows that the human body through the skin can be "absorbed" by minerals and trace elements of algae such as potassium, magnesium, selenium, iodine, and calcium. Thalassotherapy includes algae baths usually after a exfoliation treatment. The benefits are many as the algae stimulates metabolism, soothes the skin and provides detoxification. Magnesium and algae calcium help fight "swelling", fluid retention, toxins and cellulite.



Take advantage of the algae power:

There are many companies that offer seaweed preparations that can be used at home. These are mainly products from Ireland, France and Germany. In these countries there are spa algae spa for body and skin care.

There are about 30,000 species of algae that are divided into families according to their colors: brown, green, red, blue, green and white and have different properties.



· Brown algae: Traditionally used in slimming and rejuvenation. Rich in beta-carotene, Vitamin K, and B complex vitamins They also have anti-inflammatory and healing properties.

· Red algae: Rich in amino acids, folic acid, and mucopolysaccharides for the treatment of sensitive skin. Rich in essential fatty acids such as omega-3 and omega-6 oils.

· Green algae: Usually not used in thalassotherapy.

· Blue-green algae: Contains spirulina, chlorophyll and trace elements to stimulate cellular metabolism.

· White algae: A unique species that soothes irritated skin and helps retain fluid. Excellent in combination with brown-green algae in the treatment of cellulite.



By Dr Angel,

Holistic Doctor – Counseling Psychotherapist

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

MSc Health Psychology

insta: dr_aggelikikoskeridou_official 





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