Unbiased review of the Humanrace skincare line that was just released by Pharrell.
One month update: After 1 week, I tried the enzyme exfoliant again and experienced the same redness. So for the 3rd week, I used a gentle non-foaming cleanser (ceraVe hydrating cleanser) instead of the rice powder cleanser and followed that with the enzyme exfoliant. With this combination, I experienced no redness or irritation. The rice powder cleanser is a mild exfoliant and I think those two together were too much for my sensitive skin! Overall, I think the enzyme exfoliant is an amazing product but on the days you use it, go with a gentle non-exfoliating cleanser instead of the rice powder cleanser!
Find out more at: www.humanrace.com
-Packaging? 10/10 – Absolutely love it. Gender-neutral and refillable
-Ingredients? Passes the vibe check
-Efficacy? Helps with uneven skin texture, uneven tone, and anti-aging
-Worth it? In my opinion – Yes!
-Cautions? Awesome exfoliant but be careful with it! Make sure to wear sunscreen in the morning if using this exfoliator at night. It will make you more sensitive to the sun!
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