Pure Bliss Bikinis wants to be eco-conscious and prioritize the health of the environment by the way we package and ship our swimwear. It is important to us, and to conscious consumers, that businesses do their best in finding environmentally friendly ways to package and ship their items.
With 600 million items being mailed on a daily basis just in the USA alone, it's clear that the way these items are shipped and packaged will have an impact on the environment.
Biodegradable, Compostable Mailers
We are so excited to have found compostable, biodegradable mailers that are made from home-compostable materials, mainly corn starch and PBAT (a compostable ingredient which bonds the sustainable ingredients together). To compost them once you've received your package, simply remove any labels and cut it up and place in your compost bin. The best part is that is even if they end up in a landfill they will still break down, although it is still better to compost them yourself so they don't add to the methane production in a landfill. To learn more about how they are made and how they decompose, visit heropackaging.com.au.
Use Minimal Packaging
We use a small mailer for shipping and no plastic is used in the packaging of Pure Bliss Swimwear. We keep our packaging and wrapping of the suits minimal to reduce the amount of waste generated by each shipment so you can feel empowered that your purchases aren't contributing to the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean.
Host Beach Cleanups
When you purchase a Pure Bliss Bikini we remove one pound of trash from the ocean through beach cleanups we host in our local community in San Diego, and when traveling we join beach cleanups hosted by incredible groups focused on ocean conservation. We want to make sure our conscious consumers feel good about the impact their purchase has on the planet. Our oceans play such an enormous role in keeping us healthy, so we want to do our part to advocate for healthy, plastic free oceans.
Sustainably Handmade in the US
To read more about our commitment to the environment, click here.