Jada Pinkett-Smith just launched an eco-conscious bath and body care line at Target

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The Smith family has talent, keeps it real around a red table and now, they’re making eco-conscious bath and body care. Hey Humans, the brand co-founded by Jada Pinkett Smith, hit Target shelves on Feb. 23.

Hey Humans is a line of sustainably-made bath and both care products designed to change how we use — and reuse — our day-to-day products. Every product is made from aluminum and paper, so they’re all endlessly recyclable. Not to mention, the formulas are gender-free and made clean in the United States without the use of sulfates, parabens, phthalates or silicones. Plus, every single product is $6 or less.

What To Expect From Hey Humans

The line features a plethora of deliciously-scented bath and body products, including a body wash, a body lotion and a deodorant. Flavors like apple matcha, coconut mint, banana aloe, rosewater ginger, lavender vanilla and cedarwood sage are the base fragrances throughout the collection. Shoppers can even nab fluoride toothpaste in two different flavors: Clean Mint Rush and Wintermint Chill.

You can shop Hey Humans products right now in Target stores and on Target’s website. If you want to change your consumption habits, take a look at some of these eco-friendly gems.

Shop: Banana Aloe Body Wash, $5.99

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Shop: Hey Humans Natural Deodorant Rosewater Ginger, $4.99

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Shop: Hey Humans Fluoride Toothpaste Wintermint Chill, $3.99

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Shop: Hey Humans Body Lotion Lavender Vanilla, $5.99

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