The seven wonders of the Arctic Circle discovered and collected by Polaar

From the frosty steppes of the tundra to the depths of the most majestic glaciers, the unique environment of the Arctic has forged resources of infinite delicacy. The powerful active ingredients of each Polaar product provide our skin care products with unprecedented efficiency.

Boreal algae
Boreal algae
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Boreal algae
Boreal algae

In the depths of the polar oceans, where light is scarce, lives a mysterious algae: Rhodimenia Borealia.

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Arctic Bays
Arctic Bays
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Arctic Bays
Arctic Bays

In the heart of the enchanting scenery of Lapland, Polaar's Arctic Bays are cultivated and harvested in cooperatives by Finnish producers.

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Artic cotton
Artic cotton
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Artic cotton
Artic cotton

Arctic Cotton grows in large wild expanses on the borders of Scandinavian countries, protected from any pollution.

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Glacier water
Glacier water
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Glacier water
Glacier water

At the confluence of Hudson Strait and Davis Strait, beyond Canada's shores, is the purest source of water on the planet: the great northern glaciers.

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Nunatak Flowers
Nunatak Flowers
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Nunatak Flowers
Nunatak Flowers

More than 200,000 years ago, our planet experienced a devastating ice age that swept away 90% of its living species, overtaken by extreme cold and drought.

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Siberian ginseng
Siberian ginseng
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Siberian ginseng
Siberian ginseng

Ginseng is a root that grows in the undergrowth of the large expanses of the Tundra.

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Siberian Olive Tree
Siberian Olive Tree
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Siberian Olive Tree
Siberian Olive Tree

We discovered Siberian Olive Tree at the heart of the Taiga. Each small berry on this shrub contains more than 108 natural active elements including an unparalleled concentration of vitamins: 30 times more Vitamin C than a single orange! I

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Taiga pine
Taiga pine
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Taiga pine
Taiga pine

Also known as the "Boreal Forest" or "Polar Forest", Taiga is the largest forest in the world.

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