I use the sea salt spray daily, and love the way my hair looks. Founder Adam Sharanewych wanted people to be able to experience an all-natural sea salt spray that does not contain chemicals that are found in expensive designer sprays. He mixed and tinkered with different ingredients to make what he thought was the perfect spray: one that left your hair styled, textured, full of volume, yet was soft, workable and didn't dry out your hair. Sea salt spray is one of the most unknown and underrated hair styling products on the market, for both men and women, yet everyone who's tried it out has absolutely loved what it did for them. I decided I wanted to get this amazing product out to the world and give people that same feeling of happiness and love for their hair as I have for mine.
From Idea to Business
Prior to creating the product, we had just heard about The Ocean Cleanup. It seemed like such a no-brainer and I couldn't believe no one had tried to do this before. Even if we in Canada and across North America are responsible with our plastic waste, it doesn't mean everyone is. Our oceans are already filled with thousands of tons of plastic waste and that waste isn't going anywhere, not unless we clean it up. So, we decided if we were going to start this business, we would start it with a mission.
Land & Sea Hair Company was founded with a love for the sea and a passion for great hair. We pledged to use glass bottles to minimize plastic use and donate 10% of our profits to The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit that is using technology to combat ocean plastic pollution. We are cruelty free and Leaping Bunny Certified! Founded in Toronto, Canada, we may be a long way from the ocean but we hope to make a difference, and we will with your support!
Why The Ocean Cleanup?
Sometimes you just have to clean up someone else's mess. We can reduce plastic use all we want in the developed world but damage has been done and is still being done elsewhere. According to this peer-reviewed study done by the American Chemical Society, 90% of ocean plastic pollution originates from just 10 rivers in Africa and Asia. Eight of them are in Asia: the Yangtze; Indus; Yellow; Hai He; Ganges; Pearl; Amur; Mekong; and two in Africa – the Nile and the Niger.
The Ocean Cleanup is tackling that problem. They are using advanced technologies to go out into the oceans and clean up floating plastic debris. A full-scale deployment of their system has the potential to reduce the size of the Pacific Garbage patch by 50% every 5 years.
To learn more about The Ocean Cleanup please visit https://theoceancleanup.com