The Benefits of: Nama vs Hyaluronic Acid


"sea grapes", Caulerpa racemosa



hyaluronic acid





source of nama

- A special species of seaweed that is harvested wild in the pristine, blue lagoon waters of Fiji

-Never tested on animals

how nama hydrates

- Nama acts on the ionic potential of our cells, hydrating and plumping the skin by penetrating not only the deeper layers of the epidermis, but also intracellularly (inside the cells)
- Nama’s trace elements, such as mineral salts, are able to permeate the cell barrier, causing longer lasting hydration for the skin

nama application

- Nama catalyzes natural biological processes at the cellular level to encourage skin hydration

- It encourages moisture inside the cells, hydrates and plumps the skin to minimize and prevent fine lines

- Has added anti-inflammatory and soothing benefits

source of hyaluronic acid

- A carbohydrate found naturally in the body which lubricates the joints and tissues
- Sourced for medicines and skin care products from bacteria grown in a lab or animals

how hyaluronic acid hydrates

- HA is a humectant, meaning it grabs and holds moisture so the skin can absorb it
- It is a molecule that can hold up to 1,000x its weight in water
- A smaller molecule (sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer) has been created to penetrate the deeper layers of the epidermis
- HA hydrates intercellularly (space between the cells) in topical applications

hyaluronic acid application

- Often the HA molecule is too large to penetrate below the top layer of the skin
- It sits on top of the skin's surface and strengthens the skin's protective barrier to give you stronger skin
- Helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles


Hydrated skin is healthy skin.
Healthy skin is beautiful skin.

Nama Fiji is designed to provide lasting hydration and nutrition to all layers of the skin to promote a radiant, healthy complexion.

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