Win your own Coral Reef and a year of hair products
We’re on a mission to Save the Reefs by teaming up with conservationists and marine biologists to restore coral reefs so that our ocean has a brighter future.
By signing up you have the opportunity to monitor the growth of your own coral reef and a year of our Hair Growth Routine worth €950.
How the cosmetic industry affects marine life?
Cosmetics are used in massive quantities throughout the world, and their production and regular use can, unfortunately, result in contaminants that find their way into our sea. Coral reefs are biodiversity hotspots, meaning they support a wide array of exotic and crucial marine life. An estimated 30% of coral has disappeared since the early 1980s, and a majority of coral may disappear over the upcoming decades.
Certain cosmetic contaminants have been linked to coral bleaching, while others are thought to directly endanger the health of marine life. Corals are under threat from numerous human impacts such as climate change, habitat disruption, and pollution including, pollutants from the cosmetic and personal care industry.
We are a part of the problem. So what can we do about it?
This year we decided to step away from Black Friday. We’re on a mission to Save the Reefs by teaming up with conservationists and marine biologists from Reefscapers to restore coral reefs so that our ocean has a brighter future. During this time 10% of all your purchases will be donated to Reefscapers. If set on products for the month, you can simply visit our website to support a coral reef. All funds raised will go towards Reefscapers' efforts in spreading ocean awareness, rehabilitating marine life, and most importantly, restoring coral reefs.
Let's take a deeper dive
We are well aware of the ramifications of environmental degradation from human activity. But, what about the damage we don’t see on a daily basis? Coral reefs are considered “rainforests of the sea” and account for nearly 25% of all marine biodiversity. It's a sad reality that as our planet changes from human activity nearly 90% of all coral reefs may be gone-- if we don’t take action now. Help us create better statistics for our seas.