Pharrell Wants to Share His Agelessness With New Humanrace Skincare Line

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MIAMI, FL - DECEMBER 08: Pharrell Williams performs onstage during the American Express Platinum House At The 1 Hotel South Beach at 1 Hotel South Beach on December 6, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for American Express)

Pharrell is technically 47 years old, sure. But the dude looks like he's still in his 20s. While he's doled out tidbits of skincare secrets over the years, P is finally releasing his own product to help everyone look a little younger.

Created in collaboration with his longtime dermatologist Elena Jones, Pharrell is blessing faces with his new three-step Humanrace skincare line, arriving on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Humanrace's Instagram page, which has garnered over 32,000 followers in just a couple of days, positions the brand as "a new universe dedicated to the everyday pursuit of wellbeing." On his personal IG, Pharrell called the venture a "proud dad moment."

The three items comprising this initial recipe include a Rice Powder Cleanser, a Lotus Enzyme Exfoliator and a Humidiying Cream. Speaking with Allure, Pharrell revealed that the humidifying element of the moisturizer was inspired by the humidity he felt growing up in Virginia Beach near the ocean.

"I’m an Aries, but I’m also a Cancer rising," he said. "Water makes me feel free. Water is very inspiring to me. I’ve always been obsessed with the idea that water falls [from] the sky as evaporation."

If he doesn't receive a complimentary sampler, one person likely to be an early adopter of Humanrace is Travis Scott. Back when he was 17, he Googled an important question: "How does Pharrell look so young?"

The secret? Washing your face with cold water and exfoliating like a "f***ing madman," as relayed by Pharrell himself on LeBron James' HBO talk show 'The Shop.'

It's a process P has practiced ever since having a skincare revelation of sorts thanks to a conversation with model Naomi Campbell. She told him, "'As soon as you’re done washing your face, you wash it with cold water.’ She would always talk to me about never washing my face with the downward strokes of whatever cloth I was using, to always go upward, to go against the gravity."

You learn something new every day!