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Posted by terrepruitt on June 4, 2009

Great for after a Dance WorkoutI want to share this product with you.  I have been using this product since I was in high school.  It is awesome.  It is not all natural, most of the ingredients I can’t pronounce, but the first one is water.  It is one of those products that is so versatile.  They call is an “All Purpose Skin and Hair Moisturizer”.  And that is what it is for me.

SeaPlasma by Focus 21

I am not comfortable using most products on my hair and my skin, but this one I do.  It is great for moisturizing without adding any kind of sticky left over feeling.  And I have never had a problem with it when it comes in contact with my clothes.  It is great to use to cool you off.  It is awesome.

In addition to a moisturizer and a “cooling agent” it has such a great refreshing scent that you can even use it as an after exercise “freshen up” tool.  I mean, face it, we would all love to take a shower after every workout, but sometimes you have to rush off to pick up the kids, meet a friend, or maybe you’re like me and you are rushing off to another class and there isn’t time for a shower.  Sea Plasma can be used on your hair and skin and you can be off and running and not smell like you just finished working out.








In San Jose you can find it in the drug stores now.  I used to have to buy it from my hair salon.  I bet you can find it in your local drug store, too.

12 Responses to “SeaPlasma”

  1. judy said

    I love the name. How can I not want to have SeaPlasma in my arsenal!


  2. michele said

    I know I always have a bottle on my bathroom counter…the scent makes me happy 🙂 And I can still remember the first time I smelled it – I was in high school too, or maybe late junior high – well I remember where I was and who I was with. I was in Santa Cruz with some friends and they used it like body spray – I was hooked!


    • I think one of my hairdressers (yeah, we used to call them that) introduced me to it. I knew you would see this post and have memories of it because we all used to use it. Then I stopped using it liberally because I thought they stopped making. I was savoring a bottle I had. Once I found out they still make it —— checheche! Spray it like crazy. Love it.


  3. Shelley said

    I started using it in the 1980’s then it disappeared for years. A couple of years ago I found it again at Long’s Drugs in Livermore, now POOF, gone again. I keep it in the refridgerator for when I need a cool spritz. Any ideas where I can find it?


    • It was the ’80’s when I started using it. And so, thank you, it might have disappeared and it wasn’t my imagination. I thought I could find it so I kept a bottle for a long time, then I saw it in a store and used my bottle up and now I buy it. But maybe it has been awhile because I used to get it at longs too. Is it not there any more? What about Target or a grocery store?

      I will let you know when I see it.

      Keeping it in the fridge is a great idea.


  4. Shelley said

    No luck at Target or similar stores. I guess I’ll buy it through Amazon, it looks like there is a good selection of products there.
    Thank you so much for your help,


  5. excellent!


  6. Jill Potter said

    It is a great product that hasn’t been available for years but it’s coming back! Check out facebook.com/seaplasmahair/

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