Humanrace Extends Body Care Range With Humidifying Cream

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Humanrace, Pharell’s skincare label with a mission to empower all people in their pursuit of wellbeing, continues to expand its body care line with its forthcoming Humidifying Body Cream offering. Slated to release on March 31st, the product was created with consultation from the musician’s dermatologist Dr. Elena Jones.

Made with Bakuchiol, the hydrating formula brings essential moisture to the complexion, further aiding to smooth and humidity it. Furthermore, it comes packaged in a 51% post-consumer recycled refillable jar, fragrance-free and vegan as many of the label’s previous products come. The Humidifying Body Cream moisturizer is also the brand’s first body care offering since the release of its Body Bars, which arrived in Charcoal and Whiteclay iterations.

In regards to using Bakuchiol in the moisturizer, Dr. Jones shared, “We chose Bakuchiol, a relatively new ingredient to the skincare industry, as one of our key ingredients in the Humidifying Body Cream. It is plant-derived, gentler, yet equally as effective as retinol.”

Retailing for $54 USD, the Humidifying Body Cream will be available for purchase on the Humanrace website on March 31st. In addition, the brand’s Bodycare Routine Pack will be priced at $88 USD while the refill will be $50 USD. Peep the announcement below.

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