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Pharrell's Humanrace expands body care range

Jeremy Lim
25 March 2022

Following the release of its Body Bars last November, Pharrell Williams has expanded his Humanrace line with a new Humidifying Body Cream.

Designed to use after cleansing and exfoliating, the moisturiser is created with consultation from the musician-entrepreneur's dermatologist Dr. Elena Jones, and is filled with Bakuchiol, a retinol-like ingredient that mimics the effects of Vitamin A.

The body cream is packaged in a 51% post-consumer recycled refillable jar, while the formula is is cruelty-free, fragrance-free and vegan, as well as dermatologist tested and approved.

In a press release, Pharrell said: "Humidity brings essential moisture to the skin that you may otherwise be missing. I carve out time each morning to take care of myself and it’s important when moisturising to not just focus on your face, but your entire body as well."

Dr. Jones added: "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."

Available on 31 March on the Humanrace website. The refill will retail for £37 ($50) while the the full Bodycare Routine Pack will be available for £66 ($88).

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