Seaweed cures dandruff - November 2001
Seaweed grows in dark places under the sea. It's slimy and it's smelly but new research suggests that it successfully combats dandruff. Jean-Yves Moigne, director of cosmetics and nutritional products for Algue et Mer, analyzed a specific type of seaweed and found powerful anti-bacterial molecules in it. When it was tested against dandruff, it was found to be very effective. With regular use, dandruff will entirely disappear. Moigne explained that the molecules inside the seaweed are extremely potent. Just a small amount will be sufficient to fight dandruff.
Comment: The product should be on store shelves in mid-2002. So we'll have to wait six months to see if these miracle molecules really do work.