Protein base safety confirmed by independent tests!
Since we started launching the protein base, there’s been no doubt that we’ve given you an excellent quality product, with its versatile use – will meet the expectations of even the most demanding customer. And we have irrefutable evidence of this!
For many seasons now, the Protein Base has been making it possible for hundreds of thousands of women to perform a perfect manicure, as well as allowing them to enjoy a natural, damage-resistant nail plate. However, in order to dispel any speculation, we decided to carry out some independent dermatological tests at the J.S. HAMILTON POLAND S.A. laboratories in Gdańsk. The results were not surprising for us.
In September, exactly 25 women, aged 21 to 70, took part in testing the Protein Base by Indigo. The tests were carried out by an independent research lab.
The skin of the subjects was thoroughly examined after 15, 30 and 60 minutes as well as 24, 72 and 96 hours from the application of the base. Effects? Absolutely no changes, lesions or reactions, with no irritating effects from the product, were observed on the skin of the volunteers!
On the basis of the tests carried out, we can conclude without hesitation that the protein base by Indigo is a safe cosmetic product, which poses no threat to your skin!
Here’s a quote from the report:
“After a dermatologically controlled open test on a group of 25 volunteers, it is concluded that the tested PROTEIN BASE, used by individuals without a documented allergy to any of the ingredients, is well tolerated by the skin. The product conforms to the requirements of the Skin Compatibility Test and can be classified as non-irritant.”
The certificate in polish can be downloaded and viewed HERE
Remember that by choosing the protein base you take care of your safety and give your nails what’s best! Don’t hesitate! Introduce the protein base in your salon. Ask your nail artist about this product and learn more about the beneficial effects of a protein treatment!
The scope of the tests carried out was in accordance with:
- Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 on cosmetic products.
- Cosmetics Europe - The Personal Care Association (formerly COLIPA) Guidelines for product testing within the scope of human skin compatibility evaluation of 1997.
- Cosmetics Europe - The Personal Care Association (formerly COLIPA) Guidelines for the evaluation of the efficacy of cosmetics products of 2008.