Products with our allergy labels are found in more than 70 countries – in Denmark alone, more than 1,800 products carry our label – and new ones are being added all the time.
Many people come into daily contact with make-up and personal care products. Several of the products are in contact with the skin for a long time, and that may pose a risk of skin allergy. In the worst case, skin allergy may lead to lifelong discomfort.Read more
Paper and hygiene products are a category that covers a large number of products that are in contact with our skin in everyday life, but where it may be difficult to tell which ingredients are in the product because the legislation does not require product labelling.Read more
Laundry and cleaning detergents are a regular part of everyday life and come into contact with our skin, even though each contact may not last long.Read more
When we add allergy labels to duvets, pillows, bedding and sleeping bags, we demand that we know all the ingredients – everything from the buttons on the bedding to the feather filling in the pillow.Read more
Paints may contain allergens and substances that can irritate the respiratory tract. These substances may easily come into contact with the skin and airways when the paint is drying.Read more