Why every eczema product should have the NEA seal

What we’re doing to ensure our Eczema Lotion is as safe, gentle, and soothing as possible

If you’ve been grappling with eczema for a while now, you might already be familiar with the National Eczema Association (NEA). But for parents whose kids have just gotten eczema diagnoses for the first time, we’re here to tell you that this non-profit is one of your best possible resources. You can find information on eczema in children, common (and uncommon!) eczema triggers, the latest on COVID-19 and eczema, and so much more.

 

Now here’s where that little blue NEA logo on our Eczema Lotion comes in. That logo shows that the National Eczema Association has awarded Pipette their Seal of Acceptance. That means our lotion has met the stringent ingredient criteria of the NEA Seal of Acceptance Review Panel, and doesn’t contain any of the irritants and contact allergens that are known to exacerbate eczema or irritate sensitive skin. Not only that, our bestselling Baby Balm and Baby Cream to Powder both have the NEA seal, too. Because if you or a loved one are living with eczema, you know that ingredients really, really matter.

 

Safety is and always has been our number one priority here at Pipette. That’s why, from the beginning, we banned over 2000 suspect and potentially irritating ingredients from all our formulas, not just our Eczema Lotion. To put that in perspective, the U.S. government only bans a measly 12 ingredients, and the European Union bans 1376. Once we stripped away all the bad stuff, we developed streamlined, minimalist formulas using science-backed ingredients that skin easily recognizes. Because we believe that our kids deserve better—we all deserve better. And that’s true whether you have eczema or not.

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