- they must contain as few ingredients as possible to reduce the risk of skin reaction
- each ingredient is carefully selected for its safety profile
- A minimum number of ingredients (between 5 and 13)
- Up to 98.9% of natural ingredients
- No fragrance, no paraben, no occlusive ingredients (silicone, mineral oil, dimethicone…), no endocrine disruptors, no EDTA, gluten-free, alcohol-free, lanolin-free…
- Hypoallergenic, tolerance tested
- Cruelty-free (not tested on animals), environmentally friendly, vegan
- Made in France
Are Skintifique products among the safest in the world? An apps review
Yuka is a recognized independent application that assesses the quality of food and cosmetics composition.
All Skintifique products are rated as "Excellent" on Yuka, with scores between 93/100 and 100/100.
UFC-Que Choisir is a non-profit association that conducts surveys and tests to better inform, advise and defend consumers.
In its cosmetic product comparator, all Skintifique products received the highest score "A - No risks identified to date". They are reported to be safe for toddlers (0-3 years), pregnant women, children and teenagers (3-16 years), and adults.
SkinSAFE is an application and database of care products created in the United States by the Mayo Clinic and HER Inc. It allows to filter products by selecting those that do not contain certain known allergens.
All Skintifique products are rated over "91% top allergen free" on SkinSAFE.
EWG’s Skin Deep is a database created by the Environmental Working Group (EWG). The goal is to provide information on ingredients in skincare products to address the lack of information that sometimes comes from the manufacturers themselves.
Skintifique products all scored a maximum of 1 or 2 out of 10 ("Low hazard") on EWG's Skin Deep.
Making extremely safe skincare products, how does it work?
For each ingredient considered in a product, Skintifique scientists conduct an extensive review of the medical, scientific and environmental literature, including EMEA, FDA and other European and US regulatory authorities publications.
Researchers also collect and analyze consumer feedback on the web. It is only after these analyses have confirmed the safety of the ingredients that a decision is made whether or not to include them in the products.
In addition, for each product, each composition is optimized through a long process that involves both technical expertise, testing and repetition, in order to ensure that the product, despite its minimal composition, remains stable and effective.
Finally, the safety of each product is systematically verified through codified tests such as skin irritation, eye irritation, stability etc. These tests are usually carried out by independent evaluators, and provided to appropriate regulatory authorities. It is only once the products have passed all these tests that they are offered to users and health professionals.