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Here you will find our latest EcoConscious bodycare news available, including recent media interviews and podcasts regarding our sunscreens, skincare product development and aquatic toxicity testing.

All inquiries from journalists and members of the media should be addressed to vicki@stream2sea.com
So, Is Any Sunscreen Truly Reef-Safe?

June 12, 2022 – This everyday mineral sunscreen combines the antioxidant power of turmeric root, tulsi leaf, aloe leaf, green tea, olive leaf and wakame with non-nano zinc oxide. The formula was perfected over six years to ensure it was effective, looked good on the skin, and passed the brand’s rigorous aquatic safety standards. Their packaging is eco-conscious, with tubes made from sugarcane resins. The brand is passionate about supporting ocean conservation and are a member of 1% for the Planet.

How to Actually Buy Non-Toxic Sunscreen

August 8, 2022 – Here’s the truth about what sunscreens are doing to your body — and the water. Downs recommends sticking to products approved by the EWG and his Protect Land and Sea certification because there isn’t a lot of regulation with other packaging claims. See below for some especially safe body- and eco-friendly sunscreen picks.

Be a better beachgoer: Eco-conscious and wildlife-friendly

July 14, 2022 – Use safer sunscreen. Many sunscreens advertise that they are “reef-safe” or “reef-friendly,” but those terms don’t have firm definitions, and their usage isn’t regulated by the Food and Drug Administration or any other governmental body. So it’s best to read the fine print carefully.

Stream2Sea: Products Protecting the Health of Our Oceans Reefs Now Focus on Our Own

Nov 2, 2022 – An Everyday Sunscreen Line that increases its SPF protection by 48% after immersion in water with UVA/UVB Eco-Safe Mineral Actives. It’s available in Active, Tint, Kids, and Eco-Friendly Shimmer. This product also minimizes the “whitening effect” of application.

The One Skincare Habit That Makes Dark Spots So Much Worse

July 2, 2022 – If you have dark spots, it’s important to be mindful of your skincare habits. One wrong move can ruin the health of your skin, or even worsen your current condition. So with that in mind, we reached out to skincare experts and licensed aestheticians to learn about the worst mistake you could possibly make if you have dark spots. Keep reading to learn more from Autumn Blum, Formulator, Cosmetic Chemist and CEO of Stream2Sea and Melissa Urban, licensed aesthetician and skincare expert of new skincare app, Skinforyou.

So, Is Any Sunscreen Truly Reef-Safe?

June 01, 2022 – If you’re super active, this is the sunscreen for you, providing 80 minutes of water-resistant, broad-spectrum protection when swimming, exercising, or sweating. Environmentally virtuous, it’s been proven safe for freshwater fish, saltwater fish and coral larvae, using non-nano titanium dioxide and biodegradable ingredients.

Should you wear sunscreen on an airplane? A dermatologist weighs in

Oct. 17, 2022 – Handling and applying liquid sunscreen on a plane can be a drag. Thankfully, Stream2Sea has a solution: A compact solid SPF stick. Their travel-approved Ecosticks fit in the palm of a hand and can be applied directly to the skin for mess-free application. And while you’re protecting your skin, you’re also protecting the environment: Stream2Sea’s reef-safe products are tested and proven safe for freshwater fish, saltwater fish, and coral larvae. For added protection, throw one of their SPF lip balms into your travel bag as well.

The Best Sunscreen Sticks for Kids and Active Adults

June 9, 2022 – All the mineral formulas here are water-resistant, but Stream2Sea’s line of EcoSticks was the hardest to wash off during testing. Its unique application—skin takes on a blue or pink cast; once the color goes away, it’s time to reapply—makes it easy to visualize how protected your skin is even after several hours in the ocean. Stream2Sea also proves its reef-safe claims by testing the impact of its ingredients on aquatic ecosystems.
Stream2Sea Finds DEMA Show The Perfect Opportunity for Face-to-Face Connections
October 20, 2022 – The result was reef-safe sunscreens and personal care products that are rigorously tested and ridiculously effective so you can feel safe when you use them, because all streams lead to the sea – and back to us!

Blum said that at DEMA Show 2022, the company will introduce several new products, including an environmentally safe mask scrubbing agent that complements the company’s popular mask defog and an innovative new, patent-pending reef safe sunscreen that is aesthetically pleasing and is uniquely water activated.

Stream2Sea reef-safe sunscreen goes the extra mile for Earth
Apr 14, 2022 – The truth is, many products labeled reef-safe actually aren’t.

Ingredients like oxybenzone, avobenzone and octinoxate are toxic to corals and reef fish but are still in products labeled reef-safe and biodegradable. Also take note that even if a product is labeled as biodegradable, it doesn’t mean it’s safe for marine plants and animals.

With so many great formulas, you’ll actually look forward to putting on your SPF.
Every Day Shimmer Mineral Sunscreen

Aug 2, 2022 – Want a little extra glisten with your sun protection? This formula contains a mineral-based eco glitter for a subtle-but-noticeable instant glow, plus SPF 45.

Discover the best eco-friendly, reef-safe sunscreen brands and check the sun protective factor (SPF) that suits your skin type.
Stream2Sea Sunscreen

June 24, 2022 – The Stream2Sea Sunscreen has been tested and proven safe for baitfish, saltwater fish, freshwater fish, and coral larvae and doesn’t affect their natural behavior.

The formula includes green tea, tulsi, wakame, and olive leaf. It’s non-greasy and won’t burn your eyes.

Autumn Blum, renowned for founding Stream2Sea reef-safe skin-care products, recently helped launch the “Crazy for Coral” mission to plant 10,000 corals.
Autumn Blum: Steward Who Created Reef-Safe Sunscreen

June 29, 2022 – In 2015, after a dive trip to Palau helped her realize that ingredients in body-care products are toxic to fragile aquatic ecosystems, Autumn founded Stream2Sea in Wauchula, Florida.

Stream2Sea mineral-based sunscreen products have passed the stringent Haereticus Environmental Laboratory’s Protect Land + Sea certification, which tests and proves safety for freshwater and saltwater fish and coral larvae.

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Los mejores protectores solares que se adaptan a todo tipo de piel

7 de junio de 2022 – Stream2Sea contienen óxido de titanio no nano. ‘Los consumidores deberían buscar protectores solares que utilicen no-nanopartículas porque se estima que las nanopartículas de dióxido de titanio y óxido de zinc son más perjudiciales para los organismos marinos que las no-nanopartículas’, explica la profesora Corinaldesi.

Is Your Sunscreen Bad for the Planet? Here’s How to Choose an Ocean-Safe Formula
August 14, 2018 – Eco-conscious companies are taking matters into their own hands, formulating sunscreens and hydrating lotions that are (hopefully) less detrimental to the underwater environment. Among those aqua-warriors is Autumn Blum, a cosmetic chemist (and certified diver) who launched Stream2Sea, a line of biodegradable sunscreens as well as hair- and skin-care items. The idea, she says, came to her after a diving trip to Palau three years ago. “We were showering on deck, with fragrant suds running right overboard, putting leave-in conditioner in our hair, slathering on chemical-based sunscreens, then jumping back in the ocean to repeat the process,” she recalls. Simple habits like this can take a toll—it’s estimated that 14,000 tons of sunscreen lotions end up in coral reefs each year…
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Put on ocean-friendly sunscreen

Sept 14, 2022 – If you’re going to the beach, whether you tan or burn, you’ll have to deal with the sun. You might not think twice about using your favorite sunscreen, but what if we told you that it could damage the environment? Octinoxate has been linked to coral reef damage, to the point of several coastal destinations banning sunscreens that use it as an ingredient. Since coral bleaching is one of the effects of global warming, using octinoxate-free sunscreen will help mitigate future damage.

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Screen the Sun

June 2, 2022 – Numerous sunscreen options are prone to releasing pollutants, especially in watery environments. Compensate by using eco-friendly, water-resistant sunscreens like the Sport Sunscreen by Stream2Sea. It’s biodegradable, paraben-free, and comprises natural minerals that can put your environmental concerns at ease. Even its packaging is made from recycled material. 

The Best Sunscreen Sticks for Kids and Active Adults

Stream2Sea Ecostick: Best for Water Sports

Jun 4, 2022 – All the mineral formulas here are water-resistant, but Stream2Sea’s line of EcoSticks was the hardest to wash off during testing. Its unique application—skin takes on a blue or pink cast; once the color goes away, it’s time to reapply—makes it easy to visualize how protected your skin is even after several hours in the ocean. Stream2Sea also proves its reef-safe claims by testing the impact of its ingredients on aquatic ecosystems.

Iron Oxides for Skin: Benefits and How to Use

March 6, 2022 – We’re big fans of sunscreen sticks, largely because of how ridiculously easy they are to use anytime, anywhere. This particular one glides on nicely, is water-resistant for up to 80 minutes, and combines three different types of iron oxides to help counteract any chalkiness from the zinc oxide in the formula.

How to Know if Your Sunscreen is Killing Coral Reefs — and 11 Brands to Try Instead

July 12, 2022 – The next time you take a dip in the warm waters of the Caribbean or Hawaii, think about this: you aren’t just swimming in seawater. There may also be as many as 82,000 kinds of chemicals from personal care products that have made their way into the world’s oceans, according to a report by Marine Life, a marine conservation NGO. 

The Best Reef-Safe, Eco-Friendly Sunscreens

#1: Stream2Sea Sport Sunscreen BEST WATER-RESISTANT SUNCREEN

June 20, 2022 – This brand earned the seal of approval from Downs and Haereticus. In short, you can feel good about dousing yourself with the water-resistant (up to 80 minutes), biodegradable, paraben-free broad spectrum sunblock before diving into the deep end of the ocean. The active ingredient is non-nano titanium dioxide while green tea, tulsi leaf, seaweed, aloe, and coconut oil make the Sport line less harsh on skin. Bonus points for using 100-percent recycled or recyclable packaging.

Protecting Your Pucker: 8 Best Lip Balms with SPF
September 29, 2021 – This is a company clued into every ingredient in their products, and their SPF 30 lip balm is no exception. All Stream2Sea products are made of natural ingredients and are biodegradable and safe for fish and coral larvae, which is quite the feat. The tubes are even made from recycled milk jugs, plus, the formula is vegan and cruelty-free.

Best reef-friendly sunscreen

November 30, 2021 – This sunscreen doesn’t use any of the known active sunscreen ingredients that affect coral reefs and fish. Stream2Sea states this sunblock uses non-nano titanium dioxide. In other words, the particles of this ingredient are each 100 nanometers or more. This is considered safer for marine life because the larger size is less likely to affect their systems.

Good for You and the Blue – Products Protect Reef, Help Nonprofits

August 11, 2020 – Stream2Sea Founder Autumn Blum summarizes it best. She said, “It is up to the passionate ocean advocate to educate locals and tourists to make better purchasing decisions.  Making small changes in our daily lives, like avoiding single use plastics and using reef-safe sunscreens and biodegradable hair care products, are easy ways to help protect our local reefs.”

The Best Products to Care for Protective Styles at the Beach

 

September 11, 2021 – Keep your braids, twists, and more importantly, your natural hair underneath intact through sand and salt water exposure.

Stream2Sea Shifts Gears from Sunscreen to Hand Sanitizer

 

  Jun 14, 2021 – “It’s an amazing feeling being able to put out a great product that people need and perhaps save my company’s future at the same time,” she said.

Virgin Voyages Cruises with a Conscience

20 Aug 2019 – Our ocean reefs are in trouble, but we want to do our part to make a difference. As part of Virgin Voyages’ commitment to protecting our seas, we are proud to announce Stream2Sea as our preferred partner for reef-safe sunscreen.

Sunscreen Safety:  Learn How to Protect Yourself and the Environment

November 1, 2019 – Consumers who use sunscreen have both environmental and health questions about these products, especially as cities and states in the U.S. as well as Caribbean and Pacific destinations begin to either enact or consider sunscreen bans.  An interview with Autumn Blum.

11 Reef-Safe Sunscreens We Love

June 10, 2019 – So how can you do your part? The answer is pretty simple—know what to look for, and choose your sunscreen wisely. Stick to non-nano mineral sunscreens, and check for natural ingredients. To take out some of the legwork, we rounded up the best reef-safe sunscreens to buy before that trip to the beach.

Conde Nast Traveler Looking for a reef safe sunscreen? Ask a surfer

April 2, 2017 – Stream2Sea recommended in Conde Nast Traveler article! “Research shows that ingredients in some forms of popular sunblock, one called oxybenzone in particular, can lead to fatal coral reef bleaching. Some studies suggest one drop is enough to do damage. To understand the issue at hand, though, you have to first understand a bit about sunscreen in general—and how it has an impact on marine life… When it comes to the environment, the chemical ones are the problem. (Take Hawaii State Department’s signs that read: ‘If You Can’t Say It, Don’t Spray It.’) In Honolua Bay alone, some reports suggest oxybenzone exists at nearly 2,000 parts per trillion.”
From Ripple to Groundswell, Stream2Sea’s Making Waves of Change

November 17, 2019 – Over the year since we last caught up with Stream2Sea, they’ve been struggling . . . to keep up with demand! It’s a problem that’s good to have because the more people are using eco-friendly products, the more our delicate environments are being protected. And boy are people using them!

We meet up with Stream2Sea’s ‘Mad Chemist.’

October 21, 2019 – Blum and Nussbaum are somewhere between “local celebrities” and “hometown heroes,” having met on a dive boat of the now-defunct Scuba-Do Dive Company in Key Largo. Years later, in 2014, they would launch Stream2Sea together.   “We’re Florida grown, Florida made, Key Largo launched,” says Blum.

Senate Panel Votes to Ban Sunscreens with Toxic Chemicals

May 21, 2019 – A Senate committee voted Monday to forward a bill banning two chemicals found in many sunscreens after a panel of witnesses, including chemists and divers, testified that the compounds contribute to the deterioration of coral reefs and have been linked to harmful side effects in humans. Cosmetic chemist Autumn Blum testifies Monday before the Senate Committee on Government Operations, Consumers and Affairs, describing the toxic chemicals found in most sunscreens.

Aggressor Liveaboards, Stream2Sea Team Up To Help The Environment

September 7, 2018 – Aggressor Liveaboards have announced a partnership with Stream2Sea. The move is part of Aggressor’s “Green The Fleet” environmental initiative and aims to increase the company’s drive to protect the marine environment. Coral-safe Stream2Sea products will be provided in staterooms aboard five of the company’s vessels!

 

 

 

A Single Drop of Sunscreen Can Kill Coral

August 2018 – At last, coral reefs are finally getting some significant protection. Hawaii and Bonaire have just banned sunscreens containing the sun-blocking chemical oxybenzone. Furthermore, 13 United Nations World Heritage sites have banned sunscreen use onsite

One reason that I love this brand so much is because they are very eco-conscious and have made sure to be very reef safe -and even use sugar cane resin tubes! Their ingredients list contains several certified organic ingredients like green tea, tulsi, wakame seaweed, olive, and aloe. SPF 30 is the only product I’ve used of theirs, and even though it’s 10 more than their 20 SPF I find that it gives a matte finish -so it’s not greasy in any way! For a natural sunscreen that’s biodegradable, 80 min. water resistant, aquatic safe, and a healthier option overall I must applaud Stream 2 Sea. I love them, and I highly recommend this company! I even used this as makeup all over my face and I don’t mind it at all!

Environmental Conservation — SOURCES — The Journal of Underwater Education. First Quarter, 2019.  The article on reef friendly sunscreen starts on Page 90.

News Channel 8 / wfla.com:
Eco-friendly sunscreens

8 on your side discusses eco-friendly sunscreens and interviews Stream2Sea’s Andrew Olday (National Sales Manager).

Glamour:
Hawaii’s Sunscreen Ban Doesn’t Hit Until 2021, but the Reason for It Is Scary

May 15, 2018 – In that respect, women in Hawaii agree that the bill is making them think twice about their sunscreen. Since the legislation came into the spotlight, Hawaii resident Emma Wo says that she’s gone through her medicine cabinet and tossed the sunscreens with controversial ingredients. Longtime Oahu resident Kathy Croman says she used to not be choosy about the sunscreen she used, but “when you grow up here and see the actual damage it’s causing, you become more aware.” It’s likewise struck Oahu newcomer Kait Hanson: “Before I moved to Hawaii, I used sunscreens with [oxybenzone and octinoxate] a lot. That was mostly due to being misinformed, unaware or trusting the labels of products.” After the conversation started around the ingredients, she says she switched to reef-safe sunscreens like Stream2Sea and Badger.

SELF Magazine – Why Hawaii Wants to Ban Oxybenzone Sunscreens

April 15, 2017 – SELF Magazine recommends Steam2Sea as one of their choices for mineral-based sunscreen!  “The world’s coral reefs are already in danger—and scientists worry that all the sunscreen in the oceans is making the situation worse.  Fortunately, there are safer options… This titanium dioxide-based sunscreen is enriched with green tea and olive leaf.”

Deeper Blue Read your sunscreen labels

March 15, 2017 – “The scuba community is a great outlet for education and change,” Stream2Sea founder Autumn Blum remarks. “Divers are trained to train and they’re very vocal ocean advocates.” Autumn Blum has just been telling me about how useful divers are as vectors of environmental education. Autumn’s business philosophy is both pragmatic and conscientious, underwritten by a standard she calls the triple bottom line: every decision must be good for the product, good for people, and good for the planet.

Top Five Reasons You Should Use Stream2Sea Sunscreen

Feb 4, 2016 – Divers know our reefs are under threat, but you can help protect them (and yourself) every time you apply sunscreen by using Stream2Sea. Here are the top five reasons it should be your sunscreen go-to.

Sources – NAUI Green Diver Initiative Eco-Conscious Divers Need to Choose Their Sunscreen Wisely

2nd quarter 2016 – Divers greatly impact the waters in their choices of personal care products and particularly their sunscreens. Often they may think that as one person, their choice is just a drop in the bucket, but when it’s many people all making uninformed choices, it adds up. In the long run, the pristine, beautiful environment divers so deeply cherish is gravely affected.

Vitamin Retailer: July 2016

July 2016 – Vitamin Retailer recommends Stream2Sea sunscreen to their readers for a healthy choice in their summer care products and all year round. Eco-conscious & Biodegradable Skin Protection: Protect your body while preserving the ecosystems you love with this high performance mineral-based sunscreen. Florida-based Stream2Sea’s formula is ideal for the water lover and outdoor adventurer looking for a sunscreen that won’t rinse off or run into the eyes while sweating.

Better Nutrition: Best of Natural Beauty Award Winner for 2016

2016 – Better Nutrition’s Best of Beauty pics cut through the maze of natural beauty and personal-care products on store shelves with their guide to get-gorgeous creams, serums, cleansers, scrubs, shampoos, eye shadows, and much more!  “This is one smart sunscreen!”

Scuba Diving International: Some “good” diving practices can be fatal to coral reefs

2016 – As divers, we focus on good diving practices: we take care of our equipment, we practice good buoyancy control, we continue our training, and more. On the surface, we ensure we have good personal practices while we are exposed to the sun; we know we need to use sunscreen, and many believe the higher the SPF, the better.

Country 102.5: Earth Day 2016 Part II

While just 24 hours, Earth Day provides us the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the effort devoted and contributions made to our planet all 365 days a year by individuals and companies alike. One such company is Stream2Sea. We spoke to founder Autumn Blum about their earth-friendly products and devotion to the cause.

Alert Diver: Sunscreen Pollution

February 1, 2016 – A SERIOUS AND INCREASINGLY CLEAR THREAT TO CORAL Fortunately, demand by concerned consumers is leading to increased availability of less harmful sunscreens.

Scuba Diver Life:  Top Four reef safe Sunscreens

  – It’s marine damage, caused by the seemingly harmless task of applying sunscreen, that was the inspiration for the creation of a number of less-damaging products…

BaySoundings:  Eckerd students push limits on aquatic toxicity research

Along with freshwater fish and coral larva, Eckerd students looked at the impact of shampoo ingredients on Caenorhabditis elegans, a nematode that mimics life processes of more advanced species.

WFLA.com and News Channel 8: Eckerd College helps local company make sunscreen safe for marine life

Jul 13, 2015 – Slathering on sunscreen before hitting the beach or the water is part of life here in Tampa Bay. What we may not know is that certain ingredients in sunscreen have been proven highly toxic to corals and marine life. According to NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, even at low concentrations benzophenone-2, or BP-2, can quickly kill juvenile corals. This chemical has been used for decades to help protect against damaging effects of UV light. Aside from going into the surf wearing sunscreen, other body products containing BP-2 wash into waterways through bathroom wastewater and can bleach coral or even kill it.

Cosmetic Design: Stream2Sea Sun Care Takes Safety Testing to the Extreme

27 July 2015 – Company founder Autumn Blum is overseeing meticulous product testing on delicate zebrafish and coral larvae “so that we can state, with complete confidence, that we are the safest product on the shelves,” she says. 

83 Degrees Media: Eckerd College alum launches eco-friendly sunscreen, cosmetics line

August 11, 2015 – Each summer, boatloads of sunscreen are sold to beach-goers throughout the country. But where do the contents end up? Often, in the oceans. Studies have shown that the chemicals found in many sunscreens or skin care products that contain sunscreen can contaminate, and even kill coral reefs (some can also cause problems for humans).

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A selection of sunscreen from trusted international brands

06/03/22 – There is no doubt that taking care of the skin and protecting it from all harmful factors is a necessity that cannot be underestimated, especially with the spread of environmental pollutants and harmful sunlight that contribute to damaging the skin and losing its luster, vitality and youth, and hastening the premature aging process. So today we offer you a list cosmetically the best sunscreens from reliable global brands.

Podcasts

The BiG Scuba Podcast with Autumn Blum

Ian and Gemma chat to Autumn Blum, Founder and CEO of Stream2Sea. Stream2Sea was founded in 2015 in Wauchula, FL after a dive trip in Palau made CEO & Founder Autumn realize that the products we put on our bodies have many ingredients that could be highly toxic to our fragile aquatic ecosystem and even to us.

Ocean Allison Podcast: Autumn Blum

Autumn is the founder of Stream2Sea, a complete line of sunscreen and body care products that are safe for you as well as the ocean.

Hear how this scuba diving, ocean loving, cosmetic chemist developed a line of products unmatched by any other in both quality, eco-consciousness, and scientific rigor.

Naui podcast with Autumn Blum

Tune in as #NAUI Dive Team Report Host Greg Martin and Stream2Sea founders, Autumn Blum and Kristin Giuliani, discuss their full line of eco-conscious and biodegradable sunscreen and body care products.  As outdoor enthusiasts and divers, they are concerned… especially the ocean and freshwater habitats they enjoy so much.

Sea Change Podcast with Mike Malterre, EVP of Stream2Sea

Summer is finally here, so we’re talking sunscreen and body products – the things that so many of us use but rarely think about how they affect our own health and impact the environment around us. To help inform this conversation, Jenna Valente is joined by an expert in eco-conscious body products, Mike Malterre, Executive Vice President of Stream2Sea, which is a body care company that makes human and water safe body products.

Pacific Rim College Radio: Mike Malterre on the World's Safest Sunscreen, Human Toxicity, and the Blue Planet

This fascinating conversation with Mike Malterre, the Executive Vice President of Stream2Sea, the manufacturer of the safest mineral sunscreen and body care products on the planet, is a deep dive into the skincare product market. It is no coincidence that Stream2Sea was born from a passion for diving and protecting the oceans by the CEO Autumn Blum.

The Ultimate Freedom Podcast with Mike Malterre

This episode, co-hosted with Collins Peters. We speak with Mike Malterre VP and Outdoors channel manager of Stream 2 Sea about the chemicals found in hair and skin care products that cause harm to not only humans but also the oceans that all life depends upon.

Jake Blanchard Podcast Episode #50 - Mike Malterre

Mike takes me on an interesting journey through his career from traveling the world seeking outdoor adventures, to starting a school, to working for a company trying to make a big difference in the world. Do you know what’s in your personal care products? Mike does, and the evidence showing us that it’s not just unsafe for people, but is harming our environment too. He’s now dedicated his career to “Stream 2 Sea” a personal care products company trying to educate the public about alternatives to our current path.

PADI Podcast with Stream2Sea's Founder Autumn Blum

One of our ecoconscious friends, Emma Daffurn from PADI EMEA invited Stream2Sea’s CEO and Founder — Autumn Blum in their podcast where they talked about the effects of products we apply on our bodies such as sunscreen, shampoos, sanitizers and other essentials which also have a devastating effect on our reefs and aquatic life.

Shark Allies Podcast: 'Spring Cleaning' with Autumn

On board with Oceanic Preservation Society and Stream2Sea to tackle everything squalene/squalene and how you, the consumer, can drive real change!

Shark Allies Podcast: Cosmetic Labelling with Autumn Blum

Day 4: Cosmetic Labelling with Autumn Blum

Stream2Sea’s Founder, Autumn Blum joins the Shark Allies 🦈 7 Days to Save Sharks Challenge 🦈 to dive into the importance of reading your labels, reef safe suncreams and all things squalene!

Quest for Healing Podcast: How to Choose Safe Sunscreen and Safe Skin Care Products with Autumn Blum

Autumn Blum, CEO of human-safe and reef-safe sunscreen maker Stream2Sea teaches us how to be better skin care products detectives by explaining which skin care ingredients are or may be dangerous and how to identify cleaner formulas.  In addition, she discusses the recent sunscreen recalls, the differences between sunscreens formulas, and the importance of using high quality hand sanitizer. 

Deeper Blue Podcast: Autumn Blum On How She Was Shaped By A Secret Super Power She Discovered With Her Father

This DeeperBlue Podcast episode features Autumn Blum on how she was shaped by a secret super power she discovered with her father, and Brett Stanley on how not to float through life.

Scuba Guru Podcast: Selling Environmentally Friendly Products with Autumn Blum

As coral reef ambassadors, dive professionals have a duty to promote and sell environmentally friendly products. And, Stream2Sea has created products for us and our students. In this episode of The Dive Locker Podcast we learn about promoting and selling environmentally safe products with Autumn Blum.

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