Soothes and softens
Bought in large, dry sheets, Kombu can be cut into different shapes and becomes slippery and jelly-like when soaked in warm water. It's full of minerals and vitamins, making it toning, soothing and cleansing for the skin.
Kombu seaweed (also known as kelp) is well known across Asia, where it’s used in soup and other foods. It can be a several feet long and form an underwater 'kelp forest' in the oceans, which are recognized as one of the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on Earth. Kombu is grown by hanging buds onto underwater ropes. It takes about a year to get to a size that's appropriate for harvesting. The growers know the importance of maintaining the environment of both forest and ocean in order to keep their business sustainable, whicBROWSE MORE INGREDIENTS