28 Sep Meet the Filipino Beauty Brand With A Mission You’ll Love
Here’s a brand that won’t only make you look good with every purchase, but it’ll make you do some good with every purchase.
Human Nature is a beauty brand from the Philippines with a true heart for the people and for the environment. When we chatted with co-founder Camille Meloto on Episode 117 of the Spirit of 608, we found out that not only are all their products completely natural and free of any harmful ingredients, the company is also closely connected to Gawad Kalinga, a nation-building movement and foundation in the Philippines that aims to alleviate poverty.
Their social entrepreneurship doesn’t stop there. Human Nature also promotes the Philippines’ economic growth and development by manufacturing the products with raw materials native to the Philippines instead of outsourcing from other countries.
Human Nature is home to a wide variety of products, from green skincare to eco-friendly body scrubs and even ethically-made household products such as dishwashing soap and organic laundry detergent.
Here are just a few of their bestsellers:
- Sunflower Beauty Oil – This multipurpose beauty oil is the company’s bestseller, simply because it can be used for almost anything: a moisturizer for your face, a skin lightener, relief from insect bites, adds shine to dull hair, and even removes makeup.
- Natural Moisturizing Shampoo – Fun fact: the all-natural formulas of Human Nature means that these shampoos contain no sulfates, making them great options for those with colored hair!
- Color Crème Lipsticks – These lippies easily melt onto your lips using the body’s natural temperature, and best of all, contain no carmine in their pigments.
- SafeProtect Sunscreen – This sunscreen not only protects you, it protects the environment as well by avoiding the use of chemicals that contribute to coral bleaching.
- Bug Shield – Tried and tested, even against the most stubborn of mosquitoes.
Human Nature walks the walk and talks the talk by being pro-poor, pro-Philippines and pro-environment, making them a bonafide triple threat in the FEST space.
Images courtesy of Human Nature