Why derms love skinfix
Dermatologists do not typically like clean skincare products because many claim to be ‘clinical’, but have never conducted a clinical test – and certainly not a clinical trial that meets the rigors and standards of the medical community. Dermatologists demand quantitative results.
The Ultimate Compliment
Skinfix is a clean brand that dermatologists use, sell in their practices and prescribe to their patients because of how we formulate and how we test our products. We formulate for the most sensitive skin, including compromised and aggravated skin barriers – eczema, rosacea, tattoo injuries, and keratosis pillaris.
The Ultimate Test
We vet all of our formulas with an independent, unbiased panel of dermatologists who review each ingredient for concerns regarding irritation and allergenicity. We clinically test formulas with the oversight of dermatologists who maintain a stringent testing standard, to quantitatively prove our products work. Many of our clinical results are so compelling that they are published in peer-reviewed dermatological journals and presented on podiums at global dermatology conferences. Skinfix is where clean skincare meets science. We are the proof that clean can be clinical.
Scientific Advisory Board
We work closely with dermatologists to provide scientific and clinical expertise when planning and implementing research initiatives – including our clinical trial programs. They also support us in creating educational services and content for healthcare professionals and patients.
Since the beginning, we have always been obsessed with developing products for skin issues big and small. Because of this, we put our products through rigorous clinical tests to prove and ensure that they work.To date, we have conducted over 30 clinical tests. We believe that investing in clinical proof is important to ensure that people can get real results and get their skin back to health.We are honored to work with the dermatologist community to conduct clinical tests that have been published in their peer review journals.
Skin Barrier Maintenance and Repair; Underlying Pathophysiology, Topical Formulations, Selected Natural Ingredients, and Clinical Study Outcomes. By Neal Bhatia MD; James Q. Del Rosso DO; Joshua Zeichner MD, Brian Berman MD, PhD. published in JCAD, January 2018
The study evaluated select topical formulations and natural ingredients from three clinical trials for Skinfix Ezcema+ Targeted Body Balm, Skinfix Eczema+ Hand Repair Cream and Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Cream. All three formulations incorporate ingredients that appear to provide specific modes of action helpful in managing skin conditions including atopic dermatitis/eczematous dermatitis; moderate to severe hand xerosis/chronic hand dermatitis and keratosis pilaris.
The Effect of an Anti-Inflammatory Botanical Cleanser / Night Mask Combination on Facial Redness Reduction. By Zoe Diana Draelos, MD. published in JDD, June 2018.
This study examined whether an anti-inflammatory/antioxidant botanical moisturizer formulation could possibly minimize the erythema. The clinical trial examined the moisturizing and redness reducing effect of Skinfix Redness Recovery+ Antioxidant Redness Treatment Mask plus Barrier+ Foaming Oil Cleanser in subjects with mild to moderate facial redness.