Sea Kelp Bioferment / Ferment extract
Botanical name: Nereocystis Luetkeana
INCI: Lactobacillus/Kelp Ferment Filtrate
Sea Kelp Bioferment/ ferment is the extract that is produced when fermenting with lactobacillus. The fermentation process releases - Mineral Salts - Laminaran - Alginic acid Tannins - Vitamins - Fucosterol - Fucosan - Mannitol - Fucoidan - Polyphenols- Beta carotene - Antibiotic substances - Proteins - Amino acids.
Simply one of the best bases for DIY serums. SKB is naturally endowed with endogenous skin beneficial nutrients.
If you have never worked with SKB in the past, this is the time to start, once you do you won't go back to anything less. One of the best kept secrets in the DIY world of skin care. Your skin and hair will appreciate the addition of this gorgeous extract.
SKB is often used as a base in serums and can be incorporated into shampoos and creams. Anecdotal evidence suggests that SKB is beneficial to pre menopausal women in particular with regards to halting hair loss and in some cases, initiates re growth.
The terms bioferment and ferment are synonymous. Bioferment only refers to the mass production method.
Sea kelp ferment can be used up to 100% in serums or hair care products. If using SKB 100% it will form a film that will flake off, this is natural due to the high polysaccharide percentage which is one of the key ingredients in most skin tightening formulas.
Preservatives: 0.6 % Phenoxyethanol
Appearance: Aspect: Colorless to light tan, clear viscous liquid
Odor: Faint characteristic odor
pH-: 5.0 , 7.0
Solubility: In water clear soluble
Storage: Store away from light, and heat up to 2 years.