Waterlife has reformulated and relaunched its groundbreaking Waterlife Ultramarine Sea Salt. We know about Instant Ocean here in North America, but the UK company first brought the Ultramarine synthetic sea salt to market in 1963 and was the salt used to breed the first Percula clown fish in a closed circuit system.
Now the company revisited its formula with pharmaceutical-grade ingredients in a homogenius blend that has been laboratory tested. It has small particle size to ensure quick and clean mixing, contains no nitrates or phosphates, and has the correct ratio of carbonates to help prevent pH crashes.
Like most salts we see on the market, this current formula is designed to mimic natural sea water, is balanced in magnesium and calcium, has all the main elements and micronutrients in the correct ratios. The new Waterlife Ultramarine is enriched with strontium, boron, flourine, lithium, bromine and iodine.
It comes in 10kg and 25kg buckets that retail for £34.70 ($47 USD) and £66.89 ($89 USD) respectively.