The Most Trusted Health Brands in America, According to 3,500 Readers
The next time you head to the store, these are the brands you’re going to want to put in your cart.
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The most trusted health brands
This year’s RD/IPSOS survey of most trusted brands produced 20 winners—and one compelling insight: Of the 3,500 people who participated in the survey, half said that trust was a top driver for their over-the-counter purchases. These surprising product facts offer a sense of why that’s true. Check out this infographic to see which professions people really trust.
Antiaging Skin Care: Olay
Olay tests its products on “lab skins”—artificial material designed to mimic the properties of natural skin. It’s part of the company’s push to end animal testing in the skin-care and beauty industries.
Blood GlucoseMonitor: OneTouch
The OneTouch Reveal mobile app (also available for your computer) can share your blood sugar information directly with your health-care professional. If you decide to shop on Amazon, watch out for these signs an Amazon seller can’t be trusted.
Cold & Flu Remedies: NyQuil
The nighttime cold and flu relief comes in formulas that include one for severe symptoms, another specifically for cough suppression, and one that’s alcohol-free.
Contact Lens Solution: Bausch & Lomb
Every year since 1933, the company has honored outstanding high school science students. Winners are automatically considered for a $30,000 scholarship to the University of Rochester.
Eye Care: Visine
Screen time overload is a reality for most Americans, so Visine now makes drops to relieve tired eyes (as opposed to those that are just dry, itchy, or aggravated by allergies).