The Blue Lagoon is a wonder of the world. Its geothermal seawater flows from volcanic aquifers 2000 meters within the earth, emerging at the surface enriched with algae, silica, and minerals.
Decades of Research
The first five products – including Silica Mud Mask and Blue Lagoon Bath Salt – were introduced in 1995. Initially, the line offered products for treatment purposes as the lagoon had become famous for its healing affects on the skin. In the intervening decades, however, pioneering research enabled the skin care line to evolve into a spectrum of products that cleanse, boost, nourish, and heal.
Harvested by way of a zero waste process, Blue Lagoon skin care adheres to the highest mandates of eco-friendly sustainability. Our unique formulas are patented: US 8,795,679 B2 | EP2026759 B1.
What Makes us Unique?
an interview with Dr. Krutman
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
From the beginning, research & development has been one of the driving forces of what we do.
Our R&D team works with some of the world's most distinguished scientists, creating a strong, professional network and building knowledge in bio-technology, dermatology and marine cosmetology.
The Blue Lagoon research & development centre is located in the heart of Svartsengi Resource Park and powered with renewable geothermal energy. Blue Lagoon uses green production methods in harvesting the natural and unique Blue Lagoon active ingredients: geothermal seawater, silica, minerals and algae. Scientific work is an important part of what we do. Various studies and researches on the Blue Lagoon, its ecosystem and healing effects, have been published.
Ms. Brynjólfsdóttir was born in Reykjavík, Iceland in 1967. She received a Master’s Degree in Pharmacy from the University of Iceland in 1993. After graduating, she accepted a research position at the newly established Blue Lagoon Ltd., a company dedicated to unlocking the healing powers of geothermal seawater. In the subsequent decades, Blue Lagoon Ltd. underwent tremendous expansion, becoming one of Iceland’s leading health and wellness tourism entities. Throughout her tenure with the company, Ms. Brynjólfsdóttir has been a key managerial force, spearheading Blue Lagoon’s extraordinary research into the astonishing benefits of geothermal seawater. Her work led directly to the development of Blue Lagoon skin care—a spectrum of products created for both healing and beauty. She has authored or co-authored multiple peer-reviewed research papers covering such topics as the nature and efficacy of geothermal seawater, the Blue Lagoon’s remarkable ecosystem, and sustainability. She has also supervised student research at the undergraduate and graduate levels.