Founded in 2007 by two sisters who love the Science of Beauty.
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We examine the ingredients behind effective skincare and haircare.
- We search peer-reviewed medical journals and clinical studies to evaluate a product’s ingredients and claims.
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We regularly feature Clean Beauty because it is mostly free of skin irritants such as parabens, fillers, fragrance, and other additives.
Experiencing skin irritation from a product may not be a reaction to the active ingredients such as Vitamin C or retinol.
Rather, the additives are often the reason for skin irritation. Added fragrance to a product is most the common cause of skin reactions , especially on the eyelids. 
So before deciding an active ingredient just isn’t for you, see the Clean Beauty and fragrance-free product options we have discovered!
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- Wenk, Kurt S. MD; Ehrlich, Alison MD, MHS. Fragrance Series Testing in Eyelid Dermatitis. Dermatitis: January/February 2012 – Volume 23 – Issue 1 – p 22-26