When you shop for new skin care products, many will claim various benefits. From long descriptions to buzz words, it can be nearly impossible to know if what you’re buying is effective and, more importantly, safe! That’s where clinical trials come in.
MUTHA™ recently got new clinical trial results for our No. 1 Serum. So, you may be wondering what a clinical trial is and why you should care. Read on as we pull back the curtain.
What are Clinical Trials?
- Dermal safety
- Potency testing
- Benefit substantiation
Why You Should Care About Clinical Trials
Not all skin care brands will opt into clinical skin care trials due to the significant investment of time and money they represent. However, the graphic illustrations and statistical data often included in the results can shed greater light on the true benefits of skin care products.
This makes clinical skin care trials worth their weight in gold. It’s about the peace of mind they offer and the comfort of knowing that the claims you see on the product have been researched and validated.
MUTHA™ No. 1 Serum Clinical Results
At MUTHA™, we’re committed to using natural ingredients to create superior skin care products and deliver exceptional results. This means making sure our products are rigorously tested and proven. That’s why we’re so proud of the new clinical results for our No. 1 Serum.
These results are based on a clinical study conducted on 33 participants over eight weeks.
- 100% of subjects saw a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles after eight weeks of use.
- 100% of subjects saw improvement in skin firmness and elasticity after eight weeks of use.
- 96% of subjects saw a reduction in skin redness after four weeks of use.
- 79% of subjects saw improvement in dark spots and hyperpigmentation after eight weeks of use.
All MUTHA™ skin care products are dermatologist tested. So you can shop with peace of mind, knowing all our products are safe for your skin and designed to provide extraordinary results. As our founder and CEO, Hope Dworaczyk Smith, explains, “We MUTHA™ you as your own mother would.” Want to learn other ways the beauty industry can strive to effect change? Check out our blog posts on gender diversity and climate change.