ASEA and The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
ASEA Redox Supplement is classified as a dietary supplement in the United States. Although the FDA does not sanction approval processes for dietary supplements, ASEA Redox Supplement is FDA regulated.
As a company, ASEA cares deeply about following the guidelines set forth by the FDA and always complies with regulations and/or manufacturing requirements. The FDA oversees dietary supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering conventional foods and drug products. Dietary supplement manufacturers and distributors are not required to obtain approval from the FDA before marketing their products.
Before a company sells a dietary supplement, it is responsible for ensuring that the product it manufactures or distributes is safe, that any claims made about the product are not false or misleading, and that the product complies with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and FDA regulations in all other respects. (1) These laws apply to topical products as well as to foods and supplements. ASEA also complies with DSHEA labeling laws.
ASEA Redox Supplement and RENU Advanced Skin Care products follow these guidelines. Additionally, the products are manufactured according to FDA* regulations and best practices, and the company has invested in third-party research studies to prove these products are both safe and effective.
*The ASEA production facility is registered with the FDA, meaning that we agree to follow all current GMP guidelines for dietary supplements Section 21 CFR, part 111.