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All of the Celavive products are gluten-free. The raw ingredients do not contain any gluten containing ingredients and independent testing did not detect and gluten (<20 ppm).
Are the Celavive products considered hypoallergenic?
In the US there is not an official standard or requirement for a product to be labeled as hypoallergenic, so this designation has little meaning. Each Celavive product contains numerous naturally derived ingredients, making it possible for a person to be sensitive to a product.
The ingredients used in this product line have been thoroughly researched for safety and efficacy and should be appropriate for most individuals. If someone has a known sensitivity to skincare products or a specific ingredient it will be important to check product ingredient lists to determine if they are appropriate for use. If you have known sensitivities to skincare products, it may be beneficial for you to test the products on a small area of your skin (the inside of your elbow, wrist, or the side of your neck) prior to applying it to your face to determine if you are sensitive.
Potential reactions will typically occur within 24 hours, but may take up to 72 hours.
Is Celavive tested on animals?
Research on Celavive products does not involve animal testing. Celavive products are produced to world-class standards and USANA adheres to testing required by law in each of our global markets. In addition, each Celavive product goes through rigorous testing to ensure quality and safety. In the future, a small number of health authorities in markets where USANA currently conducts business may require additional testing (e.g. China).
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