Seaweed Skincare from OSEA

by Katie Skrzek

Feb 21, 2019

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Beauty

Founded in 1996, OSEA is committed to harnessing the power of natural ingredients for use in beauty products.

 

OSEA utilizes natural, plant-based ingredients in its skincare line. The company gives special focus to the healing properties of seaweed, using the species Gigartina, Undaria and Macrocystis found in Patagonia. OSEA products are vegan and cruelty-free.

 

Shop by product, including cleansers, moisturizers, oils, serums, masks and body treatments. Skin concerns include excess oil, blemish prone, dry skin and sensitive skin. Bestsellers include ocean cleanser, advanced protection cream, hyaluronic sea serum and atmosphere protection cream. Select products are available in travel sizes. Pricing varies by product and ranges $16–238. Take OSEA’s skincare quiz to learn more about the best products for your skin.

 

Shipping is free on U.S. orders more than $75. OSEA ships domestically and to select countries including Canada, France, Japan, Portugal, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.

 

Refer OSEA to your loved ones and they’ll receive $20 off their first purchase of $100 or more. You’ll receive $20 toward your next order once they complete their first purchase.

 

Check out OSEA’s wellness blog for advice about skincare, DIYs, spas, a vegan lifestyle and other tips.

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