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Skin Deep: A Tale Of Marine Phytoplankton

Our skin is made up of 64% water, almost as much as the 71% water that covers the earth's surface. Billions of years ago, tiny microorganisms with the ability to exchange energy from the sun into vital nutrients, thrived in the earth’s oceans. These early stirrings of photosynthetic processes, were the beginning of life on earth. This early process where green organisms use sunlight to synthesize food from carbon dioxide and water, gave life to our little blue planet! These organisms are collectively referred to as phytoplankton, and are the oldest and most complete form of nutrition known. Marine phytoplankton is a complete food containing fibers, essential fatty acids, trace minerals, proteins, and amino acids.