hypoallergenic


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hypoallergenic

(of cosmetics, earrings, etc.) not likely to cause an allergic reaction

hypoallergenic

[¦hī·po‚al·ər′jen·ik]
(pharmacology)
Having a low tendency to induce allergic reactions; used particularly for formulated dermatologic preparations.
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Two reports studying hypoallergenic (protein hydrolysate) formula in nearly 130 infants found an effect size of 0.22 (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.10-0.34) for the hypoallergenic formula.
The fill is hypoallergenic, while the fabric cover is a 300-plus-thread-count cotton.
The latest addition to the brand's hypoallergenic cosmetics line is Almay Nearly Naked, touch-pad liquid makeup with SPF 12, vitamins A and E, and soothing botanicals.
Perhaps the most useful application of this novel technique would be the development of hypoallergenic substance variants.
These three formulas meet the American Academy of Pediatrics' definition of being hypoallergenic: 90% or more of cow's milk--allergic children will tolerate these casein hydrolysate formulas in double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenges.
I recently purchased an expensive face cream that was labeled "hypoallergenic," but my sensitive skin still broke out in a rash.
With Dreft Stage 1, parents with newborns or those expecting can wash their little one's fabrics with Dreft's hypoallergenic formula, designed to be tough on stains and gentle on baby's skin, with the baby scent families have come to know and love from the brand, say officials for the Cincinnati-based company.
The soaps, which are hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested, are formulated to relieve eczema, psoriasis and inflammation.
Compared to synthetic hypoallergenic latex, the guayule latex shows superior resilience, strength, and elasticity, Cornish says.
These hypoallergenic soaps are made from 100 percent natural ingredients, including pure vegetable glycerine, aloe vera and vitamin E.