While I may love Chanel, Dior, Kiehl’s and other department store brands, I equally love discovering indie, organic brands that take a more “human” approach to skincare and that’s where I was excited to learn about the newest products from Human+Kind.
Human+Kind is an Irish skincare brand that takes a natural approach to beauty by putting out products that are meant to be multipurpose. Considering my objective is to keep clearing the clutter with the “empties“, I welcome multi-use products. The brand’s natural approach means their products contain no chemicals, colorants, parabens, perfume or additives. Additionally, they are all dermatologically tested, hypoallergen, with no animal testing and thus are great for those with sensitive skin.
I had first heard of Human+Kind when they first launched in Dubai some time back with their All-in-one Family Remedy cream. This highly-rated product is used to treat many skin conditions including burns, sores, acne, eczema and more. I remember a mum telling me how much she loved this product and if a mother of two young tots recommends you a product, you should listen.
Unfortunately/fortunately, I never needed to purchase it but was happy to learn more about the Human+Kind brand at a breakfast event hosted at Siddhartha Lounge last week. In town were the founders of Human+Kind, Rene van Willigen and Jeroen Proos, to introduce their latest products to the collection, which consisted of:
- All-in-one Skin Brightener
- All-in-one Age Spot Remover
- All-in-one Elbow+Knee Brightener
- All-in-one BB Cream
- All-in-one Shampoo + Body Wash, Conditioner (available for normal, dry & skin hair types)
I’m looking forward to trying out the shampoo and conditioner as there aren’t many options for organic, natural shampoos that are effective in maintaining hair quality. Watch this space for reviews on them soon.
Human+Kind products are available at Boots, Organic Foods & Café, Make Up Etc and online at Glambox.me and Zanedo.com. The new range will be available in store from the middle of February.