Sustainability is the power to survive constantly. Sustainable Products are products that provide many useful environmental, social, and economic benefits.
It provides protection, from the extraction of raw materials to the final disposal, for public health and the environment throughout their whole life cycle. Microalgae signify a largely unused resource of valuable bioactive compounds that can be utilized in both the cosmetics and aquaculture industry. Marine and freshwater ecosystems contain a huge variety of microalgae, but the number of species that are analyzed is remarkably small. Moreover, only a handful of biomolecules resulting from microalgae and are utilized in health and cosmetic applications and aquaculture at present.
Why will You Choose Sustainable Marine Beauty Products?
For the buyer, the enticements of Sustainable Cosmetics offset extra costs. Our products are sustainable and eco-friendly. The three major draws of marine cosmetics involves environmental accountability, increased efficacy, and long-term health.
Manufacturing of environmentally friendly products does not mean losing quality or profits. With the public eye increasingly focusing on corporate ethics, small steps toward sustainability can significantly improve public opinion and boost sales.
Improved Product Quality
High-quality cosmetics make valuable products and provide effective results without putting the consumer at risk. Bio-based and sustainable marine products reduced the toxicity to the end-user by creating safer, and higher-quality products.
Human skin exposed to solar UV radiation and pollution significantly increases oxidative stress. The oxidative stress effects on skin ageing induce DNA damage, decrease the production of antioxidants, and activation/inhibition of numerous signaling factors that eventually begins the production of MMPs that damage collagen and elastin in the dermal skin layer. In modifying themselves to new environments, macro and microalgae produce a wide variety of secondary (biologically active) metabolites that cannot be found in other organisms.
Most of them have been researched for their anti-ageing effects on the skin, including antiphotoaging, anti-free radical activity, moisturization, and collagen biosynthesis. Furthermore, algae are an abundant source of biologically active metabolites such as polysaccharides, carotenoids, phlorotannin’s present in green, red, brown algae, or microalgae, and represent attractive source to fight against the skin ageing process. They can decrease oxidative stress and increase skin cellular durability in human skin.