ACDS provides members with resources to help in the diagnosis and treatment of contact dermatitis. To access these databases and resources, you will be required to login to your ACDS members dashboard. If you need assistance with logging in, please contact the ACDS Office at (414) 918-9805 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not yet an ACDS member and are interested in joining, please click here.
On-Line Databases include:
- Contact Allergen Management Program - ACDS CAMP
The CAMP system is provided as a service to the American Contact Dermatitis Society (ACDS) members.
The system is designed to help patients with allergic contact dermatitis find personal care products that are free of the ingredients that are causing their allergic reactions. Each list generated is personalized for the patient. The list is not exhaustive, but is an excellent starting point for patients to find products that will relieve their allergic reactions. For more informatoin on ACDS CAMP, click here.
How ACDS CAMP Works
- Cosmetic Ingredient and Manufacturer Information
This site consists of four databases developed by the Personal Care Products Council (Council) - formerly the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association.
- Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) Monograph Database
This site contains links to fragrance raw materials for which a RIFM monograph has been published.
- Contact Dermatitis Alternatives
- Hand and Foot Dermatitis Resources
- Propolis Review
- Sunscreen Cross References
Notice: Please note that in accessing the ACDS CAMP, the Council and RIFM databases you will be leaving the Web site of the American Contact Dermatitis Society. These links will take you to sites over which ACDS has no control. These links do not imply, directly or indirectly, the endorsement, sponsorship, or approval by ACDS of the linked sites or any products, services or organizations referenced on the sites. ACDS assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of content contained on the sites or for their compliance with applicable laws. The content of the sites do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of the ACDS.