The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It differs from person to person but its role is common to all and very important. It offers protection to the human body, regulates the temperature of the human body, helps breathing. That's why it deserves the best care and protection.

In some areas of our body, our skin is by nature more sensitive. In this context, it is often advisable by health professionals to use products labeled "Dermatologically tested" or "Hypoallergenic".

"Dermatologically tested product" means that specialized dermatologists have tested how the skin reacts when it comes in contact with a product. "Hypoallergenic" is the product that minimizes the risk of an allergy.

That is why the production of stationery products has been enriched with innovative products that best support consumers and meet the needs of their skin. 

 In case of sensitivity or allergies to specific ingredients, the use of toilet paper, which is dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic, becomes mandatory. Otherwise, dryness, pain, redness, rash and other annoying symptoms may occur.

Common toilet paper consists of ingredients that are not hypoallergenic. These ingredients can often trigger the onset of an allergy. On the other hand, toilet paper that has been tested for hypoallergenicity does not pose a risk of allergies.

Using cheaper or less reliable products can often lead to skin irritation and discomfort, which will be at least unpleasant and very uncomfortable.

Specialized series of paper that are hypoallergenic and / or dermatologically tested, with a normal pH that respects the skin and sensitive areas of the body are produced by certified companies. To ensure the hygiene of consumers, they are advised to look for, prefer and supply products that bear the relevant label.