Is it Okay to Touch Marine Life?

August 3rd, 2020|

Here at ocean mimic we love the water and all marine life. We particularly love diving and snorkelling. We love exploring the underwater world. It provided the inspiration for all our swimwear designs. So we’re often asked ‘is it okay to touch marine life?’. The short answer is No. The longer answer provides some important perspectives and safety warnings. While it’s human nature to want to touch things – we are

Rice 4 Plastic at the Ocean Mimic Recycling Centre

July 28th, 2020|

Rice 4 Plastic is a collaboration we launched with Bali Food Packs in response to the difficulties Balinese locals are facing due to COVID-19. For every 2 kilos of clean plastic brought in for recycling by a local we gave them 5 kilos of rice! It lasted for two months before it was sadly shut down because of the crowds getting out of control and running out of donations to

DIY Eco Shampoo Bars (SLS Free)

July 21st, 2020|

Do you want to make your own sulphate-free, eco-friendly shampoo bars? With the added bonus of customising to your favourite scent and design? Then keep on reading for a quick and easy DIY guide to making them at home! This recipe creates one bar, so if you can't decide on just one fragrance you can make a batch of different scents and shapes. Get searching for those funky moulds!

What are Ecobricks and How to Make Them

July 14th, 2020|

As you may well know we have recently launched our own recycling centre. We are very much learning as we go and are really enjoying finding ways of using or recycling all the plastic coming into the centre! The recycling / sorting centre is growing each week, so we're looking into ways of expanding further. As part of this we are exploring if ecobricks could be a viable solution to some

Particulars About Parrotfish

July 6th, 2020|

Parrotfish live on coral reefs around the world. Even with their bright patterns, you can usually hear their grinding beak before you see them! Commonly found in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans, with the highest species variety occurring in Indo-Pacific ocean regions. They're named for their powerful beaks, which are formed from the fusing of their teeth into a biting plate, and their colourful patterns. There are over 80

Keeping Plastic Rubbish Out of the Ocean

June 29th, 2020|

Keeping plastic rubbish out of the oceans is what we’re about here at Ocean Mimic! Whether that's through our cleanups or by using recycled plastic fabric in our suits. Every year 8 billion kilos of plastic rubbish is dumped into the sea. That works out as 1 full rubbish truck every minute - Just let that sink in. That is an absolutely huge amount! In fact by the year 2050 it


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