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6 Skincare Labels that Don’t Actually Mean Anything

With a plethora of skincare products in the market, every brand is trying to stand out and maybe use labels that make you feel the product is safe.

These six terms mean nothing other than a way to convince you to buy the product:


1. Natural:


If it's in a tube or a bottle, it will have a few preservatives, so what does natural actually mean, no one knows!


2. Organic:


This term is used to denote that the product is safe but it's far from the truth. Many products labeled organic have nonorganic ingredients in them.


3. Chemical free:


If a product is labeled chemical free then it should be empty as water we drink, air we breathe are all chemicals.


4. Hypoallergenic:

There is no product that can guarantee to not cause any allergies. A product that suits you may not suit someone else with a similar skin type. So the label "hypoallergenic" has no meaning.


5. Dermatologically tested:


No dermatologist is sitting in a lab and testing products. We see patients at a clinic. That's what we do.


6. Dermatologically Approved:

Again, no dermatologist is sitting in a lab and approving products. We see patients at a clinic. That's what we do.




Author

Dr. Sheenam Sharma


Skin Specialist in Chandigarh

Dr. Sheenam's Skin | Hair & Laser Clinic

# 1 | Sector 21 A | Chandigarh

+91 90416 25252

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