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Allergy Certified is an international allergy certification. It was founded because there was a need for an international certification that consumers around the world could look for when they want to avoid a skin allergy. Not only allergens are checked by toxicologists, but all carcinogenic impurities and other endocrine disruptors.
Skin allergy is one of the most common chronic diseases. And no matter where you live in the world, there will be ingredients in your cosmetics, skin care products, shampoos and detergents to which you may have an allergic reaction or expose yourself to endocrine disruptors or carcinogenic chemicals.
When you see a product with the Allergy Certified label, it means that the label has reviewed and evaluated all the substances contained in the product to ensure that there is the least possible risk of allergies.
The contact allergy depends on the concentration, so the concentration of the substance, the exposure and the degree of purity of the substance are always important parameters in relation to the risk assessment carried out. For substances such as perfume, where there is no safe concentration for people who have developed an allergy to perfume, the substance should NOT be in the product, not even as an impurity.