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A skin hypoallergenic test

A skin hypoallergenic test

A skin hypoallergenic test, also known as a patch or Repeat-insult patch test (RIPT), assesses allergic reactions to substances like household detergents and personal care products. These products may contain chemicals causing skin sensitivities. Manufacturers perform hypoallergenic tests during product development to ensure consumer safety, particularly for those with sensitive skin. "Hypoallergenic" labeled products target individuals prone to skin reactions.

 

Here's a general outline of how a skin hypoallergenic test for personal care and household cleaning products might be conducted:

 

  1. Patch:The test material, the detergent or its key ingredients, is placed onto patches. The patch is then applied directly to the skin.
  2. Induction:A total of nine induction patches worn for 47 hours or 71 hours (patching occurred Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) for three weeks.
  3. Rest:Subjects had a rest period of 14 days.
  4. Challenge:Challenge patches were applied for 48 hours, and readings were made 1 hour, and 48 hours post removal.
  5. Evaluation:The consulting dermatologist reviewed this data and confirmed the results.

 

Orange House stands out as a dedicated proponent of health and eco-friendly cleaning solutions. Our unwavering commitment to safety is underscored by the rigorous implementation of RIPT tests. These tests serve as a guarantee to consumers, affirming that our products are not only effective in cleaning but also gentle on the skin. Trust Orange House to deliver a safe, low-irritation solution for all your cleaning needs, contributing to a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle.

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