Color & Dye

The use of colors and dyes dates back thousands of years.

The FDA certifies some colors known as coal-tar dyes. Only approved substances may be used to color foods, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices. But are they really necessary or just nice to have?

Check the label of any of your existing products to see if they contain a color or dye

Color sensitivity- What the experts say:

“Researchers say that in some cases, the red and irritated skin typical of diaper rash may actually be an allergic reaction to the various pink, blue and green dyes used in disposable diapers.”
Alberta L., ‘Pediatrics’ 2005

large sacks of powdered blue and green dyes

Why exederm does NOT contain colors or dyes

We believe that it's more important the product works well then that it looks good. As appearance is the only logical reason for including color or dyes in skincare products - exederm doesn't contain any.

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