Clinically Tested Hypoallergenic and Non-Comedogenic
Hypoallergenic for Sensitive Skin
Hypoallergeic is used to describe cosmetics that cause or are claimed to cause fewer allergic reactions. For many years, companies have been producing products which they claim are "hypoallergenic" or "safe for sensitive skin" or "allergy tested." Consumers with hypersensitive skin, and even those with "normal" skin, may be led to believe that these products will be gentler to their skin than non-hypoallergenic cosmetics. The cosmetic industry has been trying for years to block an industry standard for use of the term; in 1975; the USFDA tried to regulate the term 'hypoallergenic", but the proposal was challenged by cosmetic companies in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which ruled that the regulation was invalid. Thus, cosmetic companies are not required to meet any regulations or do any testing to validate their claims.
Love Sun Body Hypoallergenic Patch Test Reports
The studies have been conducted by suitably trained, qualified and experienced personnel in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki (1964) and subsequent revisions (World Medical Association, 1989, Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences and the World Health Organization, 1993) and taking into consideration the requirements of Directives 2001/20/EC and 2005/28/EC relating to the implementation of good clinical practice in the conduct of clinical trials on medicinal products for human use and the COLIPA Guidelines edited on 1997 for the “Product Test Guidelines for the Assessment of Human Skin Compatibility”.
RESULT: The average irritant score of the Love Sun Body Sunscreens is 0.00.
CONCLUSION: According to the experimental conditions of the studies, Love Sun Body Sunscreens can be considered as nonirritant regarding Its primary skin tolerance.
Non-Comedogenic Products are Less Likely to Cause Clogging in Pores and Blackheads
Non-comedogenic is a term used to describe a product or cosmetic that is specially formulated so as not to cause blocked pores.
Love Sun Body Non-Comedogenicity Reports
The studies were conducted by suitably trained and experienced personnel in accordance with the Efficacy Evaluation Guidelines published by COLIPA – May 2008. Precautions were taken to avoid the possibility that participants in the study might experience undesirable effects.The manufacturer of the test product is responsible for its compliance with requirements of current Cosmetics Regulation (EC/1223/2009). Ethical requirements which have been taken into consideration in the planning of the study include:
i) participants are informed volunteers selected after application of inclusion/non-inclusion criteria.
ii) participants are aware of the purpose and nature of the study and of any foreseeable risks involved in participation in the study and have given written informed consent before the study starts.
Adverse effects: No adverse effects were observed. Love Sun Body Sunscreens were well tolerated by all volunteers, did not cause itching or burning.
Conclusion: Overall Love Sun Body Sunscreens did not increase the acne grade and the number of the comedones and can be named “non-comedogenic”.