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Similar to parsley or other garnishes, sea moss has very little taste. Some people may refer to it as a superfood due to its large amounts of nutrients and vitamins.


Some people may eat sea moss when made into a gel plain, but most people will use it as a substitute for other nutrient-dense greens in recipes. You can easily incorporate Irish sea moss into food.

How Irish Sea moss can benefit the skin

Irish sea moss has a long list of health benefits, and they aren’t just internal. Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K are all important parts of a strong skincare routine. Additionally, iron, magnesium, and calcium all play a big role in keeping your skin youthful and clear. Sea moss has special moisturizing properties. It contains high amounts of polysaccharides (called carrageenans), which act as a thickening agent that forms a protective yet non-occlusive film over the skin.

sea moss contains sulfur, which also helps with oily skin as it can help with the overproduction of sebum.


Sea moss can bring a much-needed balance while moisturizing and protecting your skin.

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