Guide for Patch Testing

Our bodies are different from one another; therefore, our products may react differently than intended on your skin as well. We recommend doing a patch test prior to incorporating any product into your daily regimen. A patch test is a simple way to predict if your skin will react negatively to a new product. Here’s how you can do a patch test:

  1. Clean your upper forearm and apply a little bit of the new product.
  2. Let the area dry and keep the product on for 24 hours.
  3. Observe if any of the following occur:
    • Redness
    • Burning
    • Itching
    • Blistering
    • Irritation
  1. Rinse your upper forearm and continue to monitor if any irritation occurs. If you notice any of the above noted symptoms please do not use the product.

Note: The patch test does not guarantee similar reactions when applied to other areas of the body or even after regular use. It is merely used to determine if an initial reaction may occur. It also does not account for underlying conditions. Please consult a dermatologist before using any products if you are concerned about potential negative reactions.