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Biotechmarine: a lightener derived from Brittany’s algae

Derived from two specific brown algae sourced in the Brehat archipelago, in Brittany, France, Sea Shine is a marine algae complex, designed by BiotechMarine, a Seppic subsidiary, to smoothly lighten the skin.

An in vivo study shows after 56 days, a significant lightening effect on Asian and Caucasian panels.

This new active ingredient is compliant with China’s regulations (based on vegetable butylene glycol).

For an overview of cosmetic ingredients launches and trends, download our free special issue: Cosmetic Ingredients 2014.


- Trends: Always greener !

- Organic, sustainable or Fair Trade. Which certification best suits cosmetic ingredients?

- Interview: Patrice André, ethnobotanist

- Fragranges: the challengers New ingredients

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