The new allergen avoidance resource for ACDS members - ACDS Contact Allergen Management Program (CAMP).
If you are patient that has had patch testing done by a physician who is a member of ACDS and have patient search codes, please click here. Click on the Patient Icon, read and accept the User Agreement, and enter your search codes.
A free app is also available for your smart phone. Search for ACDS CAMP in the app store. You will need your patient search codes given to you by an ACDS member physician.
See the instructions for more information on how to use CAMP.
Interested in adding a product to CAMP? - Click Here
Key features of the new resource:
- Ability to print out or email patient list of safe products based on patch test results
- Updated resources, links, and educational materials
- Easy to navigate
- Allergen Description Sheets "Narratives" in English and Spanish
- Educational materials developed by the experts.
- Affordability - Part of Membership Benefits
Click here to see slides on how ACDS CAMP works.
Click on the suggestion box to send the
ACDS CAMP team a message including technical
problems, products you would like included and
any other suggestions.
Sponsors of the ACDS Contact Allergen Management Program (CAMP)
ACDS would like to thank the following organizations for their financial support of ACDS CAMP
Estee Lauder Companies
Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Worldwide
Procter & Gamble
Unilever Home & Personal Care - NA
Procter & Gamble
Notice: Please note that in accessing the ACDS CAMP database 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. This link does not imply, directly or indirectly, the endorsement, sponsorship, or approval by ACDS of any products, services or organizations referenced on the site. 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.