Human Nature

I have been a Human Nature fan since 2012 when I discovered that their sunflower oil works wonders in making my skin glow. As they have expanded their catalog, I got hooked on their other offerings, such as their kid's soaps, moisturizers, lotions and mineral makeup. I have sensitive skin, so I really have to be careful with what I use everyday. When Typhoon Haiyan hit the Visayas in 2013, I volunteered to pack relief goods in the Gawad Kalinga rescue operations HQ in Quezon City. It was during this time that I became a dealer and eventually, a core advocate with Human Nature. I saw first hand how the Human Nature family became active in relief efforts and I was inspired to apply for membership. Being a social enterprise allows Human Nature to channel the proceeds of their sales to help the poorest of the poor, to provide employment and to practice fair trade in sourcing their raw materials. I am inspired to see a Filipino company embrace the best of local produce to provide jobs to the most talented individuals from all walks of life. I truly love the brand and the people behind it propel me to support more social enterprises and to buy Filipino. 

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Every shopping trip at a Human Nature store is a coffee run because they serve freshly brewed local coffee in-store. It's absolutely free with every purchase. I enjoy immersing myself in the energy inside the flagship store where I am a frequent customer. It makes me proud to be Filipino and it renews my belief in our people and capability to maximize our resources in order to propel ourselves to greater heights. 

Yesterday's basket of my usual essentials  

Yesterday's basket of my usual essentials  

I am proud to be a part of Human Nature. While I do not work there, I am thankful to be one of their core advocates because the values they embrace such as being proud of our Filipino heritage and not releasing whitening products resonate with me. I hope more people will try their products and visit one of their stores. It's quite an experience!