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Durvillaea Antarctica

Durvillaea Antarctica

Rich in EO and alginic acid, remineralizing, regenerating, it helps protect the skin from cellular aging.

This giant brown algae is easily recognizable thanks to its round stipe and its webbed blade divided into fine strips. It can frequently exceed a length of 10m or even reach a length of 15m. Its surface is thick and looks like leather. Durvillaea Antarctica is found along the southern coasts of New Zealand, Argentina and Chile (Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego), and around the sub-Antarctic islands: Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Prince Edward Archipelago, Kerguelen, Crozet, Heard-et-MacDonald, Auckland, Campbell and Macquarie.


Giant brown algae