At Remedy Review, we take pride in providing our readers with honest and unbiased reviews. To do this well, we keep a clear separation between our commercial business operations and editorial team.
First, our editorial team is led by Executive Editor Marc Lewis. He is not involved in any business or advertising related activities. Any information regarding cost-per-click, affiliate fee, and/or revenue share arrangements we may have with natural product companies is strictly withheld from our editorial staff.
Second, while Remedy Review’s business managers may provide resources and advisory support regarding the design of our objective review standards (including Best Oils List), the execution of any reviews or tests, as well as the conclusions drawn and published by our editorial team, will be controlled by the Executive Editor with no influence from the managers.
Finally, each of our managers and employees has signed a pledge, reproduced below, to protect the editorial independence and integrity of our content, creative, and digital tools. Currently, our Board of Managers includes founders Zach Clayton and Todd Alexander. Any additional managers appointed by the founders will be independent and unaffiliated with any natural health company.
As such, the financial arrangements we may have with natural health companies do not, and will never, influence what you read on Remedy Review. We do not seek to benefit by featuring or favoring certain products over others, and we will always accurately disclose the unedited results of our product reviews, results of test data, and the unaltered views of our independent editors.
Thank you for your trust.
We exist to advance the wellbeing of people. Our goal is to help consumers separate fact from fiction in the natural health space. In all matters, we hold our visitors’ interests–and as such, the independence, objectivity and integrity of our editorial–above all else. We pledge to honor the spirit and letter of our Editorial Integrity Policy and all related disclosures and representations, including the strict separation of business and editorial activities.