Picture this: the world's most meticulous shopper who dives deep into every product detail. Yep, that's us! We journey through the vast online world, sifting through product collections, ensuring they live up to our sky-high standards.
Our checklist? Natural ingredients, eco-friendly practices, positive work environments, and impactful mission statements. If a product ticks these boxes, it earns the "Love.com Approved" badge! 🌟
Our expert panel of advisors
Wellness Industry Advisor
Kathrin Nikolussi is a 2x Olympian who has spent the last 15 years building personalized wellness companies. She’s held executive positions with some of the pioneers in the testing & supplement space, including WellnessFX and Thorne Health Tech where she was their Chief Business Officer for six years. She also shares a deep concern for the drastic worldwide decline in fertility and the contributing environmental toxins and chemicals in our food chain. Her mission is to transform our wellness space by helping consumers cut through the noise to find relevant products that are scientifically valid and evidence based.
Craig H Lipset, MPH
Co-Chair, Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance
Dan Tretola is a marketing industry veteran. After a career in CPG brand marketing with Proctor and Gamble, Dan became the individual responsible for building Meta’s monetization platform. More recently, Dan had been Vice President of Marketing at Bolt.
Melinda Decker, MS MBA
Digital Health Advisor
Melinda Decker is a global biopharmaceutical and digital health leader with a mix of commercial and R&D expertise, currently serving as an advisor.
What do we look for in a product?
1 - Top-notch ingredients
Love.com looks for the highest quality ingredients listed on the back of every label, with a heavy emphasis on natural and organic.
2 - Sustainability
Love.com looks for sustainable manufacturing practices and materials used.
3 - Mission
Love.com prioritizes brands who are on a mission to have a positive impact in the world.
4 - And more!
There are dozens of factors we take into account that go beyond this list, from charitable contributions, to prioritizing small businesses.