Wild North Atlantic Seaweed We select only the best hand-harvested, brown seaweed and enhance it with naturally nourishing ingredients from around the world. Our wildly Natural Seaweed™ Powder Bath soothes dry, flaking and scaling skin.
Ancient Argan Oil Our argan oil is extracted from the nuts of the indigenous argania spinosa tree, one of the rarest trees on Earth. Argan oil is revered worldwide for its moisturizing and soothing properties. Rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, argan oil naturally comforts and nourishes your skin.
Our Company Our company is the vision of Adam Grossman, who created seaweed-based products to take control of his severely dry skin. Seeking to improve the lives of other dry skin sufferers, Adam decided to share these remarkable products and started The Seaweed Bath Co. In expanding our innovative product line, we have spent countless hours listening to the needs and concerns of our valued customers, who seek natural ways to soothe and nourish their skin.
For external use only. If you have a thyroid disorder, are pregnant, or have any other medical condition, please consult a doctor prior to use. If condition worsens or does not improve after regular use of this product, or if rash occurs, immediately discontinue use of this product and consult a doctor. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not consume. For cosmetic use only.
Comments about The Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath with Moroccan Argan Oil, Unscented, 16.8 oz:
This stuff is comically terrible. Bath powder sounds nice, right? Well, it's brown. It stains everything, the tub, skin, towels. After a bath you're supposed to rub the oil in, according to the package. Except that you are covered with brown seaweed powder that smells, incidentally, like dead fish. I had to take a shower and literally scrub my skin to get it off. Then I had to scour the tub. Not the relaxing bath I was expecting at all, it was so bad I had to just laugh.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend