Reading Time: < 1 minute Williams launched Humanrace last year Credit: Twitter
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F1 champ Lewis Hamilton has plugged celebrity singer Pharrell Williams’ vegan skincare brand to his 21.5 million followers. 

The racecar driver turned vegan advocate posted a story on Instagram after receiving a package from Humanrace. He captioned the post: “Congrats brother and thank you for sending.”

Pharrell Williams’ vegan skincare brand 

Last year, Williams debuted the vegan skincare brand Humanrace – as demand for cruelty-free products continues to soar.

The 47-year-old’s line consists of a rice powder cleanser, lotus enzyme exfoliator, and humidifying cream moisturizer. All the products, priced from $32-$48 , are designed to be inclusive of all genders and races, following in the footsteps of Rihanna’s FENTY range.

But, unlike FENTY, Humanrace claims to be completely vegan, cruelty-free and fragrance-free.

‘We’re all born in the same skin’

Moreover, speaking about the brand, the singer said: “We’re creating for humans; we are all born in the same skin.

“We believe that every individual has the potential to understand themselves better and wake up everyday feeling empowered to turn good intentions into actions. Our goal is to help you in this quest.”

You can shop Humanrace’s products here

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