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Pharrell Williams Set to Launch New Skincare Line

Grammy Award-winning artist and producer Pharrell Williams recently announced his plans to launch a new skincare line.

Humanrace, the 47-year-old musician is naming the new clean, vegan, fragrance-free, and all-gender skin-care line for all humans, Humanrace, which is set to release on November 25, right before Black Friday.

“Humanrace is a universe of products and people dedicated to the pursuit of wellbeing, created and curated by Pharrell Williams,” read a statement on the Humanrace website. “We believe that every individual has the potential to understand themselves better, and wake up every day feeling empowered to turn good intentions into actions. Our goal is to help you in this quest.”

Williams, who is often applauded for his skin and youthful appearance, includes a Rice Powder Cleanser ($32), Lotus Enzyme Exfoliator ($46) and Humidifying Cream ($48) in his line. These items can be bought separately or in a bundle set for $100.

According to Allure, Williams developed his new life of skincare products in collaboration with dermatologist Elena Jones.

“This routine is formulated from Pharrell’s skin-care experience… 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. 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,” Jones said.

While sharing the news on social media, Willaims also shared a sneak peek of the eco-friendly packaging.

“Humanrace is a full-on brand,” Williams said. “We just want to make things better. We want to democratize the experience of achieving wellness. And I’m not trying to be like any other wellness brand out there. That’s what they do. That’s what they give. Ours is all based on results and solutions and sensations. We wanted to look at sensations. I mean, we live in a world that needs it.”


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