Fucoidan: Polysaccharide from brown algae. A powerful antioxidant, which has a more intense hydrating effect than hyaluronic acid. Fucoidan is made up of fucose molecules. A unique carbohydrate, which plays a key role in cellular processes.
Fucoidan mobilizes stem cells, promoting tissue regeneration. Slows the processes associated with aging. Improves the elasticity of the skin. Provides cellular protection through antioxidant effect. Reduces the risk of tumors in the skin and in the subcutaneous layers. Stimulates regenerative processes in the deep layers of the skin. Returns the firmness and healthy appearance of the face.
Fucose is the fundamental subunit of the fucoidan polysaccharide. Its specific functional benefit is the reduction of the risk of influence of generalized bacterial diarrheal pathogens, p. Campylobacter jejuni, pathogenic Escherichia coli, certain Salmonella species, and the pneumonia-causing pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. It also has positive effects on the nervous system and cognition, as well as the cause of necrotizing enterocolitis, for example.