Dessata’s commitment: this is how we take care of the environment
Close your eyes, breathe in and feel the purity of fresh air. Breathe out, open your eyes and enjoy the landscape: a natural paradise, a gift full of purity, vitality and harmony. The environment is one of the greatest treasures of life and we must learn how to take care of it and how to appreciate it because it will be, with no doubt, the best legacy we can leave our children and grandchildren.
For us, the environment is a very important energy source but it is also a source of inspiration and our main motivation is that each one of our detangling hairbrushes and manufactured products is sustainable and respectful with our environment.
Products Made in Spain
All products of Dessata are 100% made in Spain, as well as all the design processes, development and manufacturing of brushes, packaging and merchandising. This way we have a direct control of the production process and we ensure that our desired key principles of sustainability are achieved, that the legislation in force is respected and that, at the same time, our high quality standards ISO 9001:2008 are upheld.
Dessata bets on a sustainable manufacturing and in every process we use 100% renewable energy from hydraulic, wind and solar stations. Likewise, all disposable parts of the supply chain are made of recycled or recyclable materials so that they can be correctly processed.
In order for the manufacturing to be completely sustainable and respectful with the environment, we cooperate with ECOEMBES, a non-profit environmental organization that consults and guides us throughout the whole process.
All the packaging that you can find with our detangling brushes are made of PET material (one of the less harmful ones for the environment) and the papers have the FSC certification, a document that proves that they come from forests responsibly managed that are replanted when trees are cut down.
From Dessata, we do our bit to make this world a better place, a world where we can continue to enjoy the purity of our air and the wealth of our landscapes. This may be a small step for a man but, at the same time, it is one giant leap for mankind because, remember:
“If we want to change things, we must first change ourselves.”