SeaMakers & Co. Adds New Products, Events and Experiences

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2019 Brings New Brand Launches to SeaMakers, together with Self-Care Sunday events and Custom Oil Bar Experience

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2019 is poised to be an exciting year for SeaMakers. With the help of weekly store events and guest experts, we hope to help our customers connect the dots between physical, spiritual, mental and financial wellness, in an effort to achieve a more balanced life.

SeaMakers & Co. in La Jolla, CA - a one-stop destination for natural beauty brands and education – is pleased to announce it will begin carrying several new Clean Beauty brands and products in 2019, including Sigma Beauty brushes, Tata Harper Skincare, Curie Natural Deodorant, and Organic Bath Co. These brands will complement the 40+ other natural beauty and sustainable lifestyle brands currently available in-store and online at

In addition, SeaMakers will launch its SeaMakers Self-Care Sunday series of events, which will see experts and vendors from a myriad of backgrounds, including Beauty, Nutrition, Fitness, Naturopathic Medicine, Dentistry, and Financial discuss and advise on wellness in their fields.

Guests and parties will also soon be able to book ‘seats’ at the Oil Bar where they will be treated to an overview of the power and efficacy of plant oils and their ability to bring and keep skin in balance. Each guest will have the opportunity to through a mini-consultation the Oil Bar specialist to create their own customized facial, body or hair oil blend, suited to their individual skin needs and desired scent.

SeaMakers’ mission is to bring the best in toxin- and cruelty-free beauty and lifestyle products, services and education to its local and online community. Founding owner, Mary Beltrante, is a Clean Beauty expert and personally selects and carries the best-known Clean Beauty brands in the industry. Mary opened the store because she is deeply passionate about making non-toxic, natural and sustainably-made products more accessible. She has learned through personal experiences and research that the personal care industry is massively unregulated—which means that companies are essentially free to do whatever they want, with no government oversight - packing products that we use every day (mascara, face wash, shampoo) with toxic ingredients, including known carcinogens and endocrine disruptors.

SeaMakers is playing an integral part in the clean beauty movement, creating a new standard of beauty that it simply calls “clean,” which customers see in action in the products the store carries. Clean, for SeaMakers means a non-toxic product that is made without a long, ever-evolving list of ingredients linked to harmful health effects from hormone disruption, to cancer, to plain-old skin irritation. To name just a few: parabens, phthalates, PEGs, ethanolamines, chemical sunscreens, synthetic fragrance, BHT, BHA.

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