In the depths of the polar oceans, where light is scarce, lives a mysterious algae: Rhodimenia Borealia.
Under the influence of the blue light of the moon, it synthesizes phytomelatonin. This plant enzyme is similar to melatonin, a hormone secreted by the brain at night, which is responsible for night cell regeneration.
Directly collected at the source, the seaweed extract is obtained by maceration. It is clarified and then cold filtered to preserve all its properties.