In 2018, the climate change movement received a bump in consciousness after a video of a sea turtle went viral. A bunch of friends, all with a passion for social impact and sustainability, got together with clean beauty experts to create BHUMAN™ - the world’s first skincare designed for climate change.

    What does it mean to be human? It means doing good. It means helping people take better care of themselves and our world. It's as simple as that. And that’s why BHUMAN™ was created.

    The beauty industry produces 120 Billion pieces of plastic every year. Most skincare is also made up of at least 80% water. Some of the most well-known brands are essentially shipping water in single-use plastics around the world. Imagine the transport footprint.

    None of this made sense to them. Looking your best should not come at the expense of the planet. There is no plan(et) B. Ingredients should be as natural as possible, at price points that are as accessible as possible.

    Climate change is the most pressing issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. With this as their core inspiration, BHUMAN is incubated by The Bridge Fashion Incubator with an international team of friends, entrepreneurs and advisors in the #bhumantribe, and launched via Kickstarter. Their mission is to reduce single-use waste in the beauty industry.

    B HUMAN's water-activated range offers no fuss, high performance skincare that embodies responsible consumption, from sourcing to packaging. They believe that kinder beauty is better beauty. They are conscious of the harmony between nature and human, without compromising on grooming realities.

    Each product is specially formulated with active ingredients to protect the skin against climate change aggressors that lead to blocked pores, hyper-pigmentation, dehydration and premature aging.

    All products are vegan and cruelty free, and free of parabens, sulfates and phthalates. Always 100% clean and refillable.

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    " The beauty industry produces 120 billion pieces of plastics a year, and a lot of them are single-use plastics. It takes us 15 minutes to use a sheet mask, but more than a lifetime for plastics to biodegrade.

    Most people throw their skincare products away after emptying them. In addition, packaging is important — 60% of consumers purchase skincare according to product design and how the packaging looks. ”

    Yeeli Lee, Founder