5 Thames Court
simplehuman is a luxury housewares brand that has recently moved into the beauty and cosmetic sector with a range of sensor mirrors, perfect for imperfect lighting scenarios. Our sensor mirrors simulate natural sunlight so you can see subtle colour variations in your makeup without any guesswork - just clear, bright, colour-correct lighting.
simplehuman was founded in 2000 with the mission to design everyday tools that help people become more efficient at home. Today, the Los Angeles-based company has over 100 products and more than 150 patented innovations. The simplehuman collection has received international design recognition and is available from retailers across the EMEA region and www.simplehuman.com.
Day to day life has room for improvement. That's the basic thinking behind simplehuman. By solving simple, often overlooked problems, we make people more efficient in their daily tasks at home. We call our products tools for efficient living. They're always simple, functional, and built to last. And we only build products we love to use ourselves.
We're very proud of what we do. We delight in that "This is clever!" moment people have when they use one of our products for the first time, and we love that people can get as excited as we are over tools for efficient living.
Our sensor mirrors light up automatically as your face approaches. The patented tru-lux light system has a colour rendering index (CRI) of up to 95, which means it closely simulates natural sunlight, allowing you to see full colour variation, so you'll know when your makeup is colour-correct and flawless. And unlike traditional makeup vanity mirrors' bulb lighting, our long-lasting LEDs won't burn out or diminish even after many years. We designed them to be cordless, so there are no messy cords cluttering up your counterspace. They are easy to recharge with the included USB cord and adapter, and one charge lasts up to 5 weeks.
Looks like you have a very energetic pup! Our lid-lock cans are definitely designed to keep curious pets and children out of your garbage. We'd love to help out in any way that we can. Please send us a DM with your contact and shipping info!— simplehuman (@simplehuman) October 16, 2019
Hey Kim! We are definitely working on developing a biodegradable liner. We're actively testing materials as well as researching manufacturing processes to create a more eco-friendly product without sacrificing the high standards of #quality that we are known for.— simplehuman (@simplehuman) October 16, 2019