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Sea Beauty for Hair and Skin

Body+Soul, 2007

Look to seaweed, clay, and other healing ocean ingredients to restore dull, dry skin and hair.

Sea Lettuce Cleansing Milk from Alba
Too many hours in the sun? This gentle cleanser with sea lettuce, a natural anti-inflammatory, soothes redness from burns. albabotanica.com

Seawater & Ginseng Treatment Toner from Fresh
Algae extract in Fresh's gentle new tonic helps tame excess facial oil, while the ginseng root extract energizes tired complexions. fresh.com

Seaweed Salt Scrub from Neal's Yard Remedies
Using a combination of Dead Sea salts, avocado oil, and kaolin clay, this multitasker exfoliates, deep cleans, and moisturizes skin all at once. nyrusa.com

Eucalyptus Collection Relaxing Bath Salts from Portico Spa
This mineral-rich bath soak turns your tub into a skin-pleasing retreat. porticohome.com

Sea Mist from John Masters Organics
Recreate that tousled, been-on-the-beach-all-day look by spritzing this lavender-scented sea salt spray throughout your hair. It adds body without stickiness. johnmasters.com