Mungo loves to hear how people around the world enjoy his seaweed products. Here you will find a collection of news articles and reviews from people who find as much pleasure and enjoyment out of Mungo's seaweed products as he does! :)

 

These baths are the single biggest thing I’ve found for aches and pains. With continued use, my back (which has been in pain since a failed back surgery three years ago) feels like it’s able to relax for the first time, the muscles in my shoulders and hips (which are constantly aching) feel better for days after a long soak. It helps tremendously with sleep. I can’t recommend these baths highly enough for anyone struggling with chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety – it even helps my skin and circulation.
— Lara Jane, Kind Healthy Beauty (February, 2015 ) www.kindhealthybeauty.com
Now that I’ve used it I’m a full believer in the skin loving benefits of seaweed. It nourishes and leaves my skin feeling incredibly hydrated. The best thing about this mask is how smooth my skin feels after I use it…To say I was shocked at how soft my skin felt is an understatement... It is hands down the best mask I have found...
— Jena Halman-Kincaid, Clean's The New Black, (April, 2015) www.cleansthenewblack.com
Seaweed: the next big step for Irish food and farming? The health and food potential of the ocean’s foliage is clear, and it makes economic and environmental sense to develop our sea-farming industry Sat, Nov 19, 2016, 09:00

Seaweed: the next big step for Irish food and farming?
The health and food potential of the ocean’s foliage is clear, and it makes economic and environmental sense to develop our sea-farming industry

Sat, Nov 19, 2016, 09:00

The lipid and amino acid profile of seaweed promises the yield of glowing and healthier looking skin through regular use. One of the main reasons why experts will suggest the use of simple seaweed over some creams and lotions, is because it has the ability to penetrate through the skin and become absorbed to the deeper levels of the epidermis. Thus, all layers of the skin are hydrated, which naturally shows through the skin’s surface.
— Alana Bonnemann, Amazingy Magazine (April, 2015)
A particle-free soak, it nevertheless packs 50 grams of dried plant (laminaria digitata and fucus serratus) from the West coast of Ireland into a wallet-size cotton bag. You can steep the sachet in a pot of very hot water for 10 minutes, then pour the contents into the tub. Or, for a milder brew, add the sachet to the running bath. The most affordable of our selection, it was also the most stimulating.
— Alexa Brazilian, The Wall Street Journal (February, 2015) www.wsj.com