Sacran is a moisturizing agent derived from a blue alga called suizenji nori (Phyllederum Sacrum), which is said to be the first plant to release oxygen on the earth.
Suizenji nori is raised in the groundwater of Mount Aso. Only found in this part of Kyushu, it is precious alga, rich in minerals, such as calcium or iron, that has been designated as a natural monument of Japan.
The moisturizing agent derived from this alga has high water retention capacity - about 6 times higher than hyaluronic acid. Sacran is a macromolecule (or polymer molecule) that forms a shield on the surface of the skin protecting it against water loss and external factors.
Also known for soothing effect, sacran can be used by ail skin types, even the most sensitive ones.
Aqua(Water), Butylene Glycol, Aphanothece Sacrum Exopolysaccharides