The excellence in spa cosmetics - BIOGLEA™

The excellence in spa cosmetics - BIOGLEA™

July 23, 2015

For centuries, people have come to bathe and relax in the waters of Saturnia, known to ease arthritic pain, and virtually any skin diseases while rejuvenating. The reputation and the particularity of these waters attracted many scholars and scientists determined to pierce the mystery of these miraculous waters. They discovered that Terme di Saturnia waters have a very distinctive feature: they contain an exclusive thermal plankton called BIOGLEA™. This micro-organism is in itself a natural wonder as it is packed with nitrogenous substances and trace minerals. This extract has been studied, analytically and biologically tested by leading laboratories in the Universities of Milan, Padua, Bologna, Perugia and Florence and the results were conclusive: BIOGLEA™ has a balancing, soothing, moisturizing and exfoliating effect on the skin. A beauty farm  was soon established on site to take advantage of these unique hot springs and their treasured BIOGLEA™ and a full range of spa treatments was developped carefully crafted around the unique Plankton. Today the Spa resort is a recipient of many awards including BEST Spa and Wellness Retreat in the world (CNN award, 2014) and the formula of the skincare line keep on evolving to incorporate new cutting edge actives and technologies but always feature as a key ingredient the plankton that made them famous.




Also in News

Fall skincare essentials
Fall skincare essentials

September 09, 2019

Temperatures and humidity dropping call for an adjustment of skincare regime to preserve the beauty of the skin.

Read More

Antioxidants against aging of the skin
Antioxidants against aging of the skin

June 10, 2019

Make your health a priority including your skin using our range of antioxydants.

Read More

Brightening agents in eye care
Brightening agents in eye care

April 15, 2019

One of a recurring concern regarding the delicate eye contour area relates to dark circles and shadows. The under eyes are prone to take on a bluish hue when tiredness and stress take their toll.

Read More