SEPPIC draws new actives from cell cultures of macroalgae

[France] BiotechMarine, a SEPPIC subsidiary specialising in bioactive natural substances, extracted from seaweeds and marine

plants, has developed a new technology to cultivate macro-algal cells in the laboratory. A world’s first, according to the company, that opens new prospects for the sustainable production active ingredients from marine resources for the cosmetics industry.

“We look for the beneficial properties contained in rare macroalgae and little-known species. Our Research & Development team has developed unique methods for macroalgal cell cultivation. This is a major innovation for the world of cosmetic active ingredients,” says Erwan Le Gélébart, R&D Project Manager at BiotechMarine.


Photo: BiotechMarine and Heos Marine

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