A special algae able to regulate the production of keratin, very important to maintain healthy hair. Rich in protein, vitamin A and C, iron, zinc and calcium. There is no lack of potassium, sodium and natural iodine. It grows abundantly in the North Atlantic and Pacific Northwest. These are small algae with flat, smooth, soft fronds that open up like the fingers of a hand and their coloration can range from pink to purple-red. Ancient Celtic and Norse warriors are said to have chewed the seaweed during marches and St. Columba’s monks harvested it to provide nourishment for the poor about 1400 years ago.