Safe Sea® absorbs secretions from the skin that would otherwise
tell the jellyfish that it's in contact with prey or predator.
Taking a tip from the clown fish:
How does Safe Sea® stop the sting?
Safe Sea® has a waterproof, slippery texture that makes it difficult
for the stinging tentacles to attach to the skin.
Too slippery:
How does Safe Sea® stop the sting?
Chemical stoppers in Safe Sea® block the chemical
pathways where the stinging process is activated.
Disrupt communication:
How does Safe Sea® stop the sting?
Safe Sea® reduces the pressure in stinging cells so
that they cannot fire - effectively disarming them.
Letting the air out:
How does Safe Sea® stop the sting?

Safe Sea® prevents painful stings by chemically deactivating the stinging mechanisms of jellyfish, fire coral, sea lice, and other stingers!

Jellyfish tentacles and other stinging marine organisms contain hundreds of thousands of stinging capsules (cells) which are activated by physical contact with prey (and unlucky humans). These cells contain shafts and tubules that inject poison into the skin causing pain, redness, and rash.

Slide 1
Stimulation by human skin initiates the discharge process.
Slide 2
High pressure of 200 atmospheres is built up in the stinging capsule.
Slide 3
The shaft drills a hole in the skin with 40,000xg of acceleration.
Slide 4
A tubule follows the shaft and injects poison into the human body.