Laminaria digitata is a large brown alga commonly found in the Northern Atlantic Ocean. Adding kombu kelp to meals has been a traditional therapy to treat those suﬀering from goitre and other symptoms of iodine deﬁciency. It is rich in vitamins A, C, D, E, B, including B12, with a detected 60+ trace minerals. It has been proven to have anti-inﬂammation properties and boost collagen production for a ﬁrming eﬀect and skin cell renewal. Being rich in minerals, including selenium, magnesium, iodine and copper, kombu kelp has many beneﬁcial properties to hair and scalp health. It is a good source of essential fatty acids, helping to maintain the hair’s tensile strength, while its immune boosting micronutrients help to reduce hair loss and prevent hair thinning.