In the world of skincare, the term “clean” is often used to describe products free from harmful ingredients. However, there is no regulatory definition for “clean,” which can create confusion among consumers and skincare professionals.
In a recent survey, one in four dermatologists admitted that they don’t know enough about clean skincare to make recommendations, and 35 percent said they’re concerned that clean brands are taking advantage of the confusion in the marketplace to sell their products. While there is still much to learn about clean skincare, it’s clear that both consumers and professionals are becoming more aware of the importance of using safe and healthy ingredients. With any luck, this will lead to more transparency in the industry and help everyone make better-informed decisions about what products to use.
To learn more about clean skincare, check out “Why Clean Skincare Matters Now More Than Ever” on PractileDermatology.com which covers the topic in more detail.