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Supplement quality at DermaHarmony

DermaHarmony™ manufactures all of its nutritional supplements under strict Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Additionally, our laboratories are ISO 9001 certified and ISO 17025 accredited. The ISO 17025 accreditation requires that the testing methodology used on DermaHarmony™ supplements is validated, and when applicable testing methods are those published as international or national standards. DermaHarmony™ (and our suppliers) has a wide array of sophisticated instrumentation for testing various aspects of raw materials and finished products to ensure that we provide the highest quality product.

These include FT-IR (Fourier transform infrared, used for determining the authenticity of raw materials), HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography, used for measuring various nutrient levels), ICP (inductively coupled plasma, used for measuring heavy metal and minerals), as well as an in-house microbiological lab for testing for the presence of microbiological contamination. DermaHarmony™ is committed to providing high-quality dietary supplements. We are continually raising the standard and are dedicated to providing you with the best possible product.

A recent review of multivitamin/multimineral products published by made headlines on the national news as a result of its finding that a number of products "failed" based on Consumer Labs testing criteria. tested 32 different products and found that 12 products failed, generally as a result of containing either too little or too much of an ingredient, based on the label claim. We assure you that DermaHarmony™ would not fail a Consumer Labs test. More than 150 million Americans take safe, beneficial dietary supplements as part of their healthy lifestyle. We want you to know that DermaHarmony™ makes every effort to ensure that the products we sell are the best that the market has to offer.


Principal Authors: DermaHarmony Editorial Department
Date of Initial Publication: 01/23/2007
Article Last Updated: 03/10/2011