About the ocean-friendly swimwear brand
- We are a Swimwear brand with a purpose.
- Healing the Oceans being our mission, Every Peppermint Pebble swimwear is made to be timeless in style, quality, and durability.
- Every piece is created considering the impacts of plastic in oceans. As a way to keep them away from our beautiful oceans.
- Ocean Friendly that is us and we are Peppermint Pebbles.
- We are all about being Eco friendly, Ethical and transparent in our process of building this amazing sustainable swimwear brand
We are proud of what we do and you can read below our Eco approach toward the future.
BECOMING AN ECO FRIENDLY SWIM BRAND
Born amidst of covid-19 in April 2020, Peppermint Pebbles is the true outcome of a nature lover, living on the south coast of NSW, Australia. Trying to do the right thing by the beautiful ocean that connects us to the rest of the world. It Is a blessing to be able to live so close to the waters while it is heartbreaking to see the impact that we all make as humans on the most beautiful nature.
Peppermint Pebbles became a brand with a purpose with a simple thought that changed the whole concept for a better environment. Just traveled through the region in February 2020, seeing how the bush fire-affected area is coming back to life. Trees becoming greener and the noise of the birds are back to its happy chirp, and seeing a few roos running through the trees and the beaches are showing a bit of whiter sands and clear water without washed-up ash.
Like a miracle, just after 3 months, the place is in the process of becoming pretty again. While heading home, pulled to the side of the road, and taking picture of this beautiful wonder, I realized that the universe can look after itself if we give it a chance, that we don’t weigh it with the artificial things that take hundreds of years to break down. And that is Plastic. The only thing that we Humans created and keep making even after we have learned the impact the plastic leaves on our beautiful planet. Are we Humans not the ones to fix it? the mass damage we put upon our environment?