It's been a month since the Metro was placed under the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). And if you're running low on your beauty essentials, here's some good news: Human Nature is open for deliveries during the ECQ! The social enterprise has been well-known for their natural and cruelty-free personal care—from shampoos, soaps, face washes to deodorants—cosmetic, and home care products. 

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To order online, you can directly purchase their products from their website or through their online retail partners Lazada and Beauty MNL. Additionally, the homegrown brand has official resellers you could buy from—simply search for a nearby dealer here

You can also pre-order your go-to products by texting or calling the Human Nature branch nearest you and have it picked up by a Grab or a Lalamove driver. P.S. You'll only have to shoulder the booking and delivery fee. If you want to skip the fees, though, you can always shop for Human Nature's products in select supermarkets. Just remember to plan your trip ahead

Amid the lockdown, the pro-poor and pro-environment social enterprise has been helping feed thousands of families who are greatly affected by the ECQ. Through generous donations, they were able to deliver 10,607 food packs to over 10,000 families since the ECQ began. Each food pack, however, is only good for a week.

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If you want to help out, you can donate through any of the following banks below through online bank transfer:

Account name for BDO and BPI: GANDANG KALIKASAN INC.

BDO Account No. 002210344383

BPI Account No. 3-101-0990-23

Simply send a screenshot of the online bank transfer confirmation to goodnessrising@humanheartnature.com and you will receive a confirmation email in return. You may also conveniently donate via credit card

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