Dermasensitive+ product line is subjected to a specific test, which allows to analyze, on each production batch, the exact concentration of Nickel, to ensure a lower nickel content than a given threshold to meet the needs of consumers with allergic and hyper-reactive skin.
Even if parabens have been used for years in making cosmetics, food, drugs, in order to preserve them from dangerous microbial contamination, they have a certain degree of intrinsic toxicity, because they have a photosensitizing effect which makes them responsible for contact allergies, since they can lead to skin sensitization.
Fragrances have always been considered as major skin sensitizers triggering contact dermatitis, since they are photosensitizers. To reduce contact allergies risks, perfumes used in line have a concentration of 24 allergens, that is lower to the limit concentration to be declared on the label, in accordance with the Act of October 11, 1986 nr.713 as amended.
All products of line are Dermatologically Tested at the University of Ferrara. The occlusive patch test is performed in vivo on adult volunteers of both sexes, with the purpose of testing the cutaneous tolerability of the product.