Hyaluronic Sea Serum
“This is the best product I have found for alleviating dry skin and providing a moisturizing barrier throughout the day. My skin is visibly plumper and brighter after using.”
- Maya T.
HOW TO USE ITApply two pumps of serum to clean skin, pressing onto face, neck, and de2colleté to boost the appearance of firmness and elasticity. Use twice daily for skin that feels ultra hydrated, and looks glowy and youthful. Follow with daily moisturizer.
Algae, Hyaluronic AcidFull Ingredient List
Aqua (Water), Codium Fragile Extract, Betaine, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tremella Fuciformis Sporocarp Extract, Bacillus Ferment, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid, Lonicera Japonica (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin
ABOUT THIS BRANDIn the 1980's, when Jenefer Palmer founded OSEA, she was ahead of her time. The Spa Director and Aromatherapist had a vision for a natural, luxury, spa-quality skincare line based on the vast benefits of seaweed. Environmentally conscious and meticulous, Jenefer's approach to formulating required she go to the ends of the earth to find the purest, most potent source of seaweed, which she discovered in the pristine channels of Patgonia. Far removed from the heavily polluted waterway traffic, overgrown sea algae, specifically Undaria, Gigartina and Macrocystis, are sustainably collected from scuba divers who are conscious not to disrupt the natural ecosystem thriving off the coasts of Chile and Argentina.
Perfect for sensitive, dry skin
I am so glad to see Beauty Heroes is now carrying this Osea serum. I have very dry skin in the winter months that becomes extremely reactive to any product containing essential oils. This is the best product I have found for alleviating dry skin and providing a moisturizing barrier throughout the day. It has a gel-like consistency that absorbs quickly and no real scent. My skin is visibly plumper and brighter after using. The dropper mechanism takes a bit of getting used to and tends to dispense too much at a time, but I eventually got the hang of it.