Human Nature Natural Personal Care Products

I am a sucker for all things organic, natural, environmental-friendly and most of all affordable ūüėÄ

This makes the products from Human Nature a perfect match for me! Human Nature is the largest natural personal and home care brand in the Philippines. ¬†They now also have the most number of NPA-certified products in the world. ¬†That’s right – more products certified by the USA-based Natural Products Association, than any other brand in the whole world! ¬†Human Nature products are available in the USA, UAE, Singapore and of course, Malaysia. ¬†And they are still growing.

Today I received my personal care products consisting of kids natural shampoo, moisturizing natural shampoo, hydrating face toner with moringa extract, calming massage essential oil and tea tree and lavender rescue balm from Human Nature.

Both the kids hair shampoo and adults moisturizing hair shampoo do not have overpowering perfume scents and are very gentle to the scalp. ¬†I love the calming massage oil, which has nature’s premium calming trio of lavender, orange and lemongrass essential oils. ¬†I use it to moisturize my body after a¬†shower and to massage Cass. ¬†The hydrating face toner is gentle and mild in scent. It is brimming¬†with moringa, a powerful ingredient that has 7x more Vitamin C than oranges, 4x more calcium than milk and 4x more Vitamin A than carrots, it doesn‚Äôt just help replenish lost moisture, it preps your skin for what should come next ‚Äď moisturizing! The end result? Luminous, astonishingly soft and beautiful skin!

Did you know?  Many chemical toners and astringents contain alcohol, which belongs to the hazardous family of petroleum by-products that pollute the environment and threaten human health. Also, alcohol in toners can dry your skin further leading to premature skin ageing. So why even use alcohol when all you want to do is care for your skin? Phthalates, on the other hand, are present in many toners and astringents and can be damaging to liver & reproductive organs. Human Nature uses none of these nasties so you get only the good, at a price that will not break your wallet.

Internationally, Human Nature pride themselves on being a leading social enterprise with a palpable mission of promoting beauty with compassion. This means offering products that are not only good for our bodies and our planet, but also make a huge difference to impoverished farming communities. This is what I like about Human Nature. ¬†They¬†use natural ingredients that grow, or can be grown, in Asia because that’s their way of helping alleviate poverty among farmers. They are among the poorest in the world and as long as they grow nothing but rice they will remain poor for generations to come. Teaching them how to grow high-value crops like lemongrass, mangoes and coconuts, offers them a truly sustainable way to get their families out of the vicious cycle of poverty. ¬†Human Nature operate under fair trade principles, meaning they pay market price or higher for their ingredients.

Why Human Nature?

All of Human Nature’s products are natural and chemical-free (no SLS, no parabens, no artificial fragrance, no formaldehyde, no phthalates).

The products can be bought online and delivered to customers anywhere in Malaysia, to help busy mummies and other multi-tasking superwomen.

The products are priced reasonably so that even the average family can afford to go chemical-free.

Just to let you have a rough idea on the price range of Human Nature’s products, the hydrating face toner with Moringa 200ml is priced at RM23.90, kids natural shampoo & body wash tangerine 500ml at RM39.90, ¬†natural moisturizing shampoo 200ml at RM24.90 and¬†rescue balm 10g at RM16.90.

Do hop over to Human Nature¬†to check out their products and I am pretty sure that you’ll be tempted to get a little something for everyone in the family!


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The Mugger Was Caught!

Remember my post on the harrowing snatch theft incident that Drama Queen and I witnessed where we helped the victim? That happened last Wednesday. It is indeed fated that the victim and us have to cross paths twice in a short span of just 7 days.

While grocery shopping at the supermarket this morning, we bumped into her. ¬†She was really surprised to see us again. I saw the wounds on her knee and elbow. While they still looked bad, they were drying up. ¬†I was really happy when she informed us that the person who snatched her bag had been caught! I just couldn’t believe my ears. ¬†I can’t believe that our policemen are so efficient! I was also a snatch theft victim once upon a time. ¬†The hubs’ cars were stolen twice yet the police never found the perpetrators. Can you believe it?! ¬†I have since lost confidence in our policemen and what I heard today has given me a renewed confidence in them.

We found out from the lady that the mugger is an Indonesian with a Chinese parent. I am so happy that justice has been served.  And like I always say, karma is a bitch. You will never escape from it!  So do good and fill up your good karma bank with lots and lots of good deeds.  Good karma will come chasing after you too when you least expect it.

Our brunch of char siew wantan mee at our favorite coffee shop РSing Kee Kitchen.  They serve one of the best char siew wantan mee in the world, with melt in the mouth char siew and springy noodles. And despite digging into it at least once a week for the last 10 years, it is something that we can never get bored of.


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