AFSA Seal of Approval

AFSA Seal of Approval

When the Seal of approval appears on a product, you know the product has been scientifically tested to prove it is efficient at reducing or removing allergens from the environment or the products have significantly reduced allergen or chemical content.  In order to receive the Seal of Approval, manufacturers have supplied verifiable results of independent testing or testing has carried out via AFSA by independent laboratories to standards created for the Seal of Approval by leading allergy specialists. Due to patient variation, however, use of these products cannot be guaranteed to reduce symptoms in allergic sufferers.

Products that may hold the Seal of Approval

  • Air purifiers
  • Bedding and bedding protectors
  • Bed cleaners
  • Carpet cleaners
  • Cleaning products
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Flooring
  • Infant care products
  • Laundry appliances
  • Mattresses
  • Paint and varnishes
  • Personal care products
  • Steam appliances
  • Vacuum cleaners

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