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Jada Pinkett Smith Has A New Vegan Beauty Line & Everything’s Under $8

When skincare meets sustainability.

Jada Pinkett Smith

If anyone knows about self-care, it's our auntie, Jada Pinkett Smith. The Red Table Talk host has been very transparent about her spiritual and self-care journey throughout the years, touching on topics like depression, surviving loss, sexuality, relationships, and entanglements. Now, she is tackling a different matter: skincare - with her new clean personal care line, Hey Humans.

But first, let’s talk about how beautiful Jada’s skin is!

The 49-year-old hasn't aged a bit throughout the years and is quite known for her radiant and flawless skin. She recently shared her restarter skincare routine on Instagram which made waves in the headlines. The lengthy routine included cleansers, oils, an avocado face mask, and LOTS of steam. Although Jada's practice had a variety of products, she believes proper skincare starts from within. She shared in her IGTV post:

"Good skin is not just about what you do to the outside of it. What you put in your body is super important. If you drink a lot of soda, alcohol, eat a lot of junk food, or if you smoke, these are things that can affect your skin."

With the launch of Hey Humans, as a co-founder, Jada is tackling both skincare (as personal care) and sustainability. According to the website, the products claim to be vegan, cruelty-free, and naturally-derived with packaging made of recyclable aluminum. Plus, they are affordable, with all of the products costing under $8.00! Yes, Queen Jada!

The line includes deodorant, body wash, body lotion, and toothpaste. I have personally tried the Hey Humans Natural Deodorant Banana Aloe. I must say the product held up quite well, and the smell is so sweet.

Now let's do a detailed rundown on the Hey Humans products, shall we?

The Hey Humans Body Wash ($5.99) contains jojoba seed oil and other essential oils (not labeled). The combination of essential oils and glycerin contribute to the deep nourishment of the skin. Next, we have the Hey Humans Body Lotion ($5.99); the hydrating ingredients include essential oils, vitamin E, vitamin B, and shea butter. (Disclaimer: This product is infused with fragrance and might not be good for sensitive skin.)

The Hey Humans Natural Deodorant ($5.99) is my personal favorite! The ingredient list is not specified on the Target website, but I promise you it works like a charm. Finally, the Hey Humans Fluoride Toothpaste ($4.89) is not considered a "skincare" product, but it's just as important. The powerfully clean fluoride toothpaste is free of artificial sweetener and sulfates. It's also infused with hydrating squalane, refreshing menthol, and Everice Technology for long-lasting icy fresh breath.

If you haven't been convinced by the ingredient list yet, how about the personal inspiration behind the personal care brand? In an exclusive with Stylish, Jada opened up about where the idea for her new eco-conscious line came from:

"As you may know, personal care is one of my passions, but so is sustainability. As a family, we've loved supporting Jaden on his journey with Just Water. And now we have Hey Humans. Which is the first personal care brand to be 99% plastic free across all categories."

Jada also went into detail on the Hey Humans website on the brand's mission and how we can positively impact our planet:

"Our mission is to reduce plastic on our planet – and that starts with the products we use every day. Turn your daily routines into rituals that make you feel your best and help protect the planet."

Saving the planet while saving our skin? You can count me in! You can buy all of the Hey Humans products exclusively at Target.

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Featured image via Jada Pinkett Smith/Hey Humans

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