SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Codex Beauty Labs, an innovative sustainable skincare brand combining plant biology and biotech, has been granted a Seal of Acceptance™ by National Eczema Association for three of its products. The Seal of Acceptance™ demonstrates that these products avoid ingredients known to irritate and are suitable for care of eczema or sensitive skin.
“We are thrilled that our products have been recognized as effective and non-irritating for the roughly 31.6 million Americans that suffer from eczema across all races and ethnicities. We remain dedicated to creating the most sustainable skincare solutions centered on protecting and restoring the skin barrier and supporting the microbiome. It is an honor to receive this Seal of Acceptance™ after a rigorous qualification process,” says Dr. Barbara Paldus, Founder and CEO, Codex Beauty Labs. “The National Eczema Association is doing incredible work helping those with eczema get the treatment, education and support they need.”
“Products are reviewed by an expert panel based on a rigorous criterion of ingredients, content and formulation, as well as testing data on sensitivity, safety and toxicity,” said Julie Block, CEO, National Eczema Association.
Codex Beauty Labs is on a mission to provide consumers of all ages access to clinically proven results to help alleviate inflammatory skin conditions.
About Codex Beauty Labs
Based in Silicon Valley and led by scientist Dr. Barb Paldus, Codex Beauty Labs is committed to creating the highest standard in sustainable skincare and biotech plant-based alternatives to restore and protect the skin barrier and support a healthy microbiome. The products address key skincare concerns and conditions including eczema, psoriasis, sensitive, dry, and inflamed skin. The brand has been heralded by integrative dermatologists for creating effective, clinically proven skincare that brings a new data-driven and transparent approach to beauty. Codex Beauty Labs is also dedicated to protecting biodiversity to ensure it flourishes for future generations. All products contain sustainably sourced ingredients from the forests of Patagonia to the bogs of Ireland packaged in plant-based polyethylene tubes, while reducing carbon footprint across all touchpoints. The products are sold around the world in over 15 countries and territories.