Kelp for skin

Recently I came across kelp as a key player in many skin care remedies. Now I’m curious so diving in to discover more.

What is Kelp

Better known as seaweed, kelp is algae found in our beautiful oceans. They grow in abundance and their habitats are referred to as underwater forests. The sea boasts an endless array of healing properties such as  sea salt and sea mud. In the same way sea kelp is right up there and  is also as healing to your skin.

Benefits for your skin

Kelp is a super source of  many important nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin B-12 , calcium  iron and magnesium. All these nutrients are all vital for your body to function properly.

Kelp tackles 3 popular skin conditions and I believe this makes it the ideal natural ingredient to add to your clean skincare toolkit.

Calms & Soothes dry skin:

When you have itchy, dry and flaky skin the kelp will keep it calm and hydrated.  The humectant properties draws in moisture from the air so it is like a 24 hour moisturizer. Kelp is so mineral rich and softens even the most sensitive of skin.

Reduces break outs:

Suffering from any level of acne? Try this anti-inflammatory super hero, packed with minerals that will remove toxins from your skin leaving no room for any bacteria to cause further issues. Further to this, it takes away the red appearance and you will be left will clean, clear skin.

Anti-aging :

Rich in anti-oxidants this wonder from the deep will rescue you from all your wear and tear woes. From the sun to pollution to just about anything nasty out there that causes you to age it will fight.

Try these

The most popular way to use kelp is in a powdered form making it  super easy to apply to creams/ face masks and in even to your smoothie! You can also consume as a supplement in capsule form but the powdered version is more easily absorbed into your blood for quicker results. There are a variety of natural skin care brands you can consider when purchasing kelp products. You can purchase at your local health store. In addition to this , hop on-line you can decide based on how clean the ingredients are which kelp hero is best suited for your skin. Check these popular products out here.

The Lab

Feeling a little adventurous? Why not create your own potion in “the lab”

I found this amazing recipe and it instantly softened, reduced redness and brightened my skin.

Aloe Vera and Kelp face mask:

  • Kelp powder which is readily available at your local health food store in bulk.
  • Aloe vera gel. You can also consider squeezing juice of one aloe leaf of you want to go totally organic.
  • Distilled water.

Get mixing…..

  • Mix 2 tablespoons of kelp powder with about 1 tablespoon of water into a paste.
  • Add the juice from one aloe leaf or two tbsp of the gel.
  • Mix everything together.
  • Apply to face and leave on for 20 minutes.
  • Rinse off with warm water and pat your face dry. Follow up with your normal moisturizer but I didn’t feel the need to my skin was extremely soft:)


Superfood of the sea

What a  refreshing experience discovering this amazing algae. Found deep in the ocean  packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and so much more you cannot go wrong. Kelp is suitable for all skin types and works wonders for dry, flaky skin especially. It reduced the redness in my skin considerably and that is why I would recommend it if you want to calm your skin and need a more youthful glow:)

Have you used kelp for your skin? Let me know your thoughts.

Visit again soon and remember to love your skin naturally!

Real Skin Angel

8 replies on “Kelp for skin”

Hi, this is a fantastic article. Kelp, I believe, will be extremely beneficial to me. I’ve always disliked dry skin and was looking for a solution that could help me, and I’m delighted I came upon Kelp. I’d also like to see it combat all of my wear and tear issues since I’m looking forward to having and maintaining youthful skin.

Thank you very much.

Hi Lionel

Thank you for taking the time to read my article. You are on the right track and if you continue on the journey with me you will see a remarkable difference in your skin 🙂

I would like to use Kelp since it’s rich in anti-oxidants. A friend has been using it and I can really see her change. And she has also said that even her mom has been seeing good results. I first heard about Kelp through my friend. But now that I started researching about it, I see how many people have good things to say about it.

Hi Ann

Great to hear from you again:)

Yes its one of the ocean’s superfoods we need to start honoring. 

Pretty shot read, but it has punch to it in terms of offering info. I can see how kelp can truly help us out in terms of healing the skin and overall health. Man, the world would be surprised at how beneficial some Naturaland alternative medicines can supplement a person’s life. Unfortunately, because of little personal testing on some items and the cash grab of Big Pharma, gems like this are hidden away while dangerous drugs are more promoted.

Hi Nicholas

Thank you for the feedback!

Yes it’s such a shame that majority of the inhabitants of this planet relies on man instead of nature.

Lets do what we can and spread our message through these articles , please share 🙂


I had heard how beneficial kelp can be for the skin before although I didn’t know you could create your own recipes so easy. But I would think twice before trying to create a mixture myself. I would prefer to find so ready products instead just to be on the safe side!

Hi Stratos

Never underestimate yourself when it comes to DIY skin care.. the rule I follow is  is always less is more:)

Make sure you buy as pure and organic as possible and share your experience 🙂

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