A nitrogenous substance resembling gelatin, obtained from certain algæ.
Algin is a gelatinous substance produced by brown algae, and is often used in food and pharmaceutical preparations. It's believed Algin offers especially good protection from many kinds of modern day pollutants, carcinogens, and toxins, and prevents living tissue from absorbing radioactive materials.
any of a various of colloidal substances derived from marine brown algae and used especially as thickeners or emulsifiers
a slippery substance extracted from brown algae, including kelp. Algin is used in paint, toothpaste, ice cream and many other products because it thickens liquids and binds oily and watery liquids together.
a gum used especially as a thickener or emulsifier
Found exclusively in brown algae. Rich in iodine and vitamins A, B: complex, C and E. Firming, soothing and toning properties.
carbohydrate extracted from brown marine algae; widely used for its water-binding, thickening and emulsifying properties