Glasswort is a plant that grows by the sea and possesses properties that are of great interest for the skin. But where does this extraordinary plant actually come from? Glasswort, of the genus Salicornia, comes from the Arabic salcoran and owes its name to its shape: the series of bulging forms that end in a sort of protruding nipple called a “salt horn”, already giving us a clue as to its suitability for salty places.

A key event for all dermatologists, aesthetic doctors and other specialists interested in the use of lasers and energy-based devices, each year more than 200 practitioners and 40 exhibitors come together for the Parisian Laser Days.

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