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Because it is something you use every day, we ensure
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Sensitive Skin Patch Test and
A third-party organization has conducted a patch test on sensitive skin on Japanese subjects. A dermatologist certified by the Japanese Dermatological Association has evaluated the test results.
The product was classified as "safe" with the highest skin irritation rating out of four levels.
- This does not mean that all people will not experience allergies or irritation.
- We recommend that you check all ingredients before use, and if you have any concerns, we recommend that you try a patch test or other test before use.
What is a patch test?
A patch test is a test to confirm the primary irritancy of cosmetics and all other products that are supposed to come in contact with the skin. The test is conducted on Japanese residents living in Japan who meet the subject criteria, using a single skin contact for 24 hours (sensitive skin model). A dermatologist evaluates the skin reaction in six levels according to the Japanese standards for patch test evaluation. A skin irritation index is calculated and a judgment is made on irritancy.
The skin irritation index is classified into four levels: "safe (5.0 or less)," "acceptable (5.0-15.0)," "needs improvement (15.0-30.0 or less)," and "dangerous (>30.0)".
Inspection Date: 2021.11.15-2021.11.17 Inspection Result : Safe product (skin irritation index 2.5)
What is the Stinging Test?
It is a test to evaluate itching and tingling sensation for evaluation of hypoallergenic cosmetics.
The test is conducted on Japanese residents living in Japan who have been selected through a prescribed irritation sensitivity test.
After being checked for skin reactions by a dermatologist certified by the Japanese Dermatological Association, subjects evaluate sensory stimuli that change over time.
Date of test: 2021.11.15-2021.11.17
Test result : No stinging reaction (irritation )
8 Non-Used Ingredients
In order to maximize the effectiveness of the useful ingredients, we have achieved an additive-free formulation (no additives) for eight ingredients that may be harmful to the skin.
- No Artificial fragrance
- No Artificial colors
- No Mineral oil
- No Synthetic oil
- No Paraben
- No Ethanol
- No Silicone
- No UV absorber
Made in Japan
All product processing, filling, and packaging are done in Japan. Final processing is carried out in a filling factory certified under cosmetics GMP (ISO22716) and ISO9001, which certifies international quality assurance.
- GMP stands for Good Manufacturing Practice, which specifies the handling and implementation of everything from procedures, structural facilities, equipment, raw materials, operations, packaging materials, and employees in order to protect product quality.
- ISO9001 International Standard for Quality Management System
Storage and Logistics
Our company and affiliated logistics warehouses have acquired a license (*) to handle "highly controlled medical devices," which require stricter product storage and management standards than those for cosmetics. In addition to storing and managing products in an appropriate environment, we strictly control production lots and expiration dates using a WMS (*). In addition, our site and WMS are directly connected on the cloud, and customer information is automatically processed from order to shipment with almost no human intervention. Furthermore, our distribution warehouse has acquired the Privacy Mark and ISMS certification (*).
- The sales of highly controlled medical devices, such as contact lenses and AEDs, that pose a risk to the human body depending on how they are managed and used are designated as highly controlled medical devices, and require a license and approval after a qualified person is appointed to sell and handle them.
- WMS: Abbreviation for Warehouse Management System, a logistics management system.
- ISMS certification International standard for information security
Our products not only meet safety standards in Japan, but have also received product approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA (*)) for sales in the North American area.
FDA Voluntary Cosmetic Registration (VCRP (*))
All ingredients are reviewed and approved for prohibited ingredients and colorants in the U.S., as well as package descriptions based on FDA cosmetics regulations.
Registered in December 2021
- Abbreviation for Food and Drug Admonostration of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A U.S. government agency that regulates food, cosmetics, medical devices, etc. It has a role similar to that of Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. Its role is similar to that of the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
- Abbreviation for VCRP Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program