How to certify your products
To certify a product with AllergyCertified our toxicologist has to make a thorough risk assessment. To do so we require information regarding the product’s content.
So you will need to fill in an Applications scheme and a Formulation template for each product and send it to our toxicologist, Ewa Daniél. A trusted toxicologist makes the allergy assessment and all information given to this person will be held confidential and only be used for the assessment. If needed, we can make a secrecy agreement for this.
The risk assessment can be described by four steps:
Step 1: The chemical names (INCI) of all the ingredients to make sure there are no allergens in the product.
Step 2: The CAS numbers of all the ingredients in order to identify the specific chemical substances.
Step 3: The concentrations (%) of each ingredient as some are only allergenic in high concentrations.
Step 4: Information regarding impurities and TDS (Technical data sheet) of all the ingredients to ensure there is no allergens hidden in the raw materials.
Once a product has been certified you can use the AllergyCertified logo on your products.
This will make it easy for the consumer to choose the products that will minimalize the risk of developing skin allergy.
Please be aware that depending on how busy we are, it can take up to three weeks before your product has been certified.
For more good reasons to get certified: Why work with AllergyCertified
If you have any questions regarding the certification process please contact toxicologist Ewa Daniél at email@example.com or give her a call 0045 2721 3760.
If you want to sign a contract with AllergyCertified please contact Lene Stiil at firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a call at 0045 5363 3760.