VH-Rating System: The Only Validated Hypoallergenic Rating System in the World - Proven + Published

The VH-Rating System—properly updated and implemented and with postmarketing surveillance of products that follow the system—has been shown to be a valid method for sustaining hypoallergenic claims made on cosmetic labels.

Reduce The Risk of Skin Reactions: How The VH-Rating System Works

The Validated Hypoallergenic Rating System is like an "SPF" for Skin Safety. VMV HYPOALLERGENICS? was the first brand to validate its hypoallergenicity with the VH-Rating System. For more about what it is, how it works and other information, read on. For more on the VH-Rating System's validity as a method for supporting hypoallergenic claims, click here.

Rosacea Round Up

Rosacea can be frustrating because it is so multi-faceted, involving bright redness, dilated vessels, big pores, photosensitivity, extreme dryness and large cysts or acne—frequently all at the same time.

Mythfoliation: Is Hypoallergenic Impossible?
One In Four Is Allergic to Common Skin Care And Cosmetic Ingredients

There are 109 common allergens — substances that tend to elicit the most reactions from patch tests conducted on thousands of people.

Bromhidrosis: Excessive Sweating, Strong Odor

Bromhidrosis is a perceived “bad smell” mostly from the axillary (underarm) area (if it is apocrine bromhidrosis) although it can be from other parts of the body as well (eccrine bromhidrosis).