Clue is a registered medical device manufacturer with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All of our modes are built to medical grade. This means that we have procedures in place that follow international standards for quality and safety, and meet the regulatory requirements of the countries where our products are available. This includes the requirements of the FDA in the United States of America, among others.
The FDA is a federal government agency that is responsible for protecting public health and safety by regulating products such as pharmaceutical drugs, biologics, cosmetics and medical devices. The FDA only formally reviews and certifies the clearance of certain categories of products, based on the risks a product poses to the people using it. For products like Clue Conceive that carry no risk of harm to people, the FDA sets no obligation for formal review and clearance.
You can be assured that Clue Conceive follows all required medical device protocols and will always be built and quality-controlled to the highest standards.
If you have more questions about the medical regulation of Clue Conceive, feel free to contact our Support Team.