Healthy Seas welcomes Sandymouth Swim

25 October 2019

Healthy Seas is proud to cooperate with Sandymouth Swim who will donate 1% after every purchase of their sustainable collection to our environmental initiative. Sandymouth Swim bikinis are designed for the eco-conscious girl that has an active, adventurous life and loves salt in her hair and sand in her toes!

“We have decided to partner with Healthy Seas because we’re passionate about the ocean and keen to contribute to the protection of our planet and seas. All of our bikinis are made from ECONYL®, which is created using regenerated waste from the ocean. Healthy Seas do amazing work to clean our oceans and provide the very fabric that we use in our products, so it makes perfect sense that we should donate a percentage of our sales to such an amazing organisation, to help stimulate a circular economy.Fast fashion is a global threat and we are seeking to provide a viable alternative to those looking for one, and for those that don’t yet know that one exists.” Sara & Phoebe Iacovides, Founders of Sandymout Swim

To browse through their collection, visit:

Healthy Seas is open to creative ideas and new partners!

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