Let Us All Say "Hallelujah," Because Pharrell Finally Dropped His Skincare Routine
The time has come.
It's pretty hard to believe that Pharrell Williams was actually born in 1973 — making him 47 years old — considering, you know, he stopped aging around 26 when N*E*R*D made their debut back in 1999.
That said, for decades, people have been wondering what the hell this guy has been doing to stay so youthful — even during a year as stressful as 2020.
Well, turns out he's not actually a vampire or anything. He just takes really good care of his skin. And now, there's officially hope for the rest of us to be as beautiful as the hitmaker.
On Nov. 12, Pharrell officially shared his skincare secrets with the world, and he's also doing us one better by releasing his own collection of beauty products: Humanrace.
“I wanted to share my 20 years of skincare experience and education through this product and routine," the superstar shared in a statement. "It’s created to take three minutes morning and night. Your face is the result of the spirit behind it, it’s important to take care of your skin and to also take time for yourself each day.”
Pharrell created the line in partnership with his longtime dermatologist Dr. Elena Jones. Together, the pair developed products that are not only effective, but also offer clean formulations.
"We adhered to the European standard of 1,300 banned ingredients as an important starting point and then we went further to develop our own restrictions," the MD said. "We worked to create products that had no rocks, nuts, seeds, or plastic particles in our formulas to ensure no microtears occur which can result in damaging your skin."
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Humanrace is launching with three key products, all of which are both refillable and made with over 50% post-consumer recycled landfill plastic: Rice Powder Cleanser, Lotus Enzyme Exfoliator, and Humidifying Cream.
The Rice Powder Cleanser will retail at $32, and contains micronized rice powder and fruit AHAs to gently exfoliate the skin, while also removing excess oil, makeup, and other impurities.
The Lotus Enzyme Exfoliator will retail at $46. It offers a formula containing 8% glycolic acid with enzymatic and physical exfoliants to help brighten complexions.
Lastly, the Humidifying Cream will be sold for $48 and promises to leave your skin feeling ultra-hydrated with its blend of snow mushroom extract and squalane.
Humanrace will be available on Nov. 25 exclusively at www.humanrace.com