User info on CE- and UKCA-marked products


If you experience challenges in connection with the purchase or use of some of our CE- and UKCA-marked products, please follow the user instructions below.

User Guide

User instructions for CE-, UKCA-marked products supplied under the Christine Headwear and Male Headwear brands:

For CE- and UKCA-marked products that meet the requirements for class I Medical Devices in the EU (MDR) and in England; UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 (as amended). Most of the materials used in the product are certified according to Standard 100 By Oeko-Tex class I, which has the strictest requirements and limit values, and class II, which means that they have been tested and are suitable for direct skin contact. The products do not contain latex / natural rubber.

Care instructions

For care instructions, please see the care label on the product. The product must be washed like other clothing items that are in direct contact with the skin. Please note that the products can shrink up to 5% when the care instructions are followed. Also note that colour retention towards light, staining and peeling is at least 3-4, which is suitable for daily use of textiles. We recommend washing your headwear manually with liquid detergent. Durability: When the products are washed and maintained according to care instructions, they generally have a durability of 30-40 uses / care cycles - equivalent to one year of normal use. However, the colours gradually fade over time.

Storage time

The products must be stored in clean, dry and dark conditions for the longest possible lifespan. Unused products that are stored correctly have a shelf life of approx. 5 years.

Security

We recommend that you wash the products before use to remove any residual textile processing chemicals.

The products should only be worn on intact skin. If your skin is not intact, wear an appropriate bandage (1st layer) on the skin before using the product. If skin irritation such as rash or itching occurs when wearing the product, then you must stop using it. You can wash the product and try wearing it again after a few days. However, if the problem persists, discontinue use and contact the store where you purchased your item.

Achieve maximum comfort and fit by choosing the right product for you. If seams, accessory details or other parts irritate your skin or leave pressure marks, try putting the product back on and adjust the fit. If irritation persists, discontinue use and follow above recommendations.

Contact the seller

If you experience problems with a product, then contact the store where you purchased your item. This is extremely important if you experience any health-related problems when wearing our products.

Click here to read the user info on CE- and UKCA- marked products in Danish.