Any manufacturer can state its products are ‘dermatologically tested’ without actually having to prove they are. Our ‘dermatologically accredited’ logo is a reassurance that products have met our thorough set of skin safety requirements that are not set by the manufacturer or brand, but which have been agreed upon by leading dermatologists and skin scientists.
Yes, as long as a manufacturer submits all the evidence and scientific data required and it proves the product to be skin safe. The Skin Health Alliance has standards against which submissions are reviewed. Additionally we will also verify any claims made with regards a product’s efficacy to ensure that the consumer is buying an effective product. Once all these boxes are ticked a product is awarded Skin Health Alliance accreditation.
Yes, there is a fee to pay for the review process conducted by a professional dermatological committee. Should a brand be successful and accreditation awarded, there is also an annual license fee.