- Derived from marine microorganisms that are similar to hyaluronic acid
- Has impressive ability to retain water that aids hydration to the skin
- First discovered along the shores of France
- Can protect the skin against free radical damage and other environmental skin aggressors
Who can use it?
Anyone who has ensured their skin is happy for them to apply it by performing a patch test for 24 hours
What is Pseudoalteromonas Exopolysaccharides?
Pseudoalteromonas Exopolysaccharides is a concentrate obtained by the fermentation of marine bacteria and has gained a reputation as a highly effective alternative for the popular and well-loved hyaluronic acid (HA). Rich in glucuronic acid it’s a hygroscopic ingredient meaning it is excellent at hydrating the surface of the skin and retaining water. Much like HA it acts like a sponge and draws in every ounce of water and locks it into the skin leading to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles giving you a smoothing finish to your complexion by decreasing any signs of roughness to the skin. The long-lasting hydration also helps combat the effects of free radical damage such as exposure to the harmful UV rays and pollution.
Side effects of Pseudoalteromonas Exopolysaccharides
No known side effects when applying Pseudoalteromonas Exopolysaccharides