Cosmetics and household chemical products
Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 regulates all the necessary tests required to launch cosmetics products into the market.
The Regulation is valid from 11 July 2013 and introduced a number of new legal requirements for producers and distributors of cosmetic products
Why should we test cosmetic products?
To be sure that…
- the product is launched into the market according to the European Standards
- you ensure consumer safety
- you provide high quality products
- the product will not irritate children’s sensitive skin
- anti-wrinkle cream really reduces wrinkles
What makes us different?
Almost 30 years of experience makes MIKROLAB a leader among testing laboratories in Poland. MIKROLAB gained an experience through efficient cooperation with national and international cosmetic producers.
We offer the full analysis required for checking the quality of cosmetic products to comply with European and international requirements. Our tests are part of a quality process to ensure safety, quality and efficacy of cosmetics products.
Thanks to close cooperation with the Institute of Dermatology, we can select and design the most advanced and sophisticated dermatological tests and applications. In cooperation with with dermatologists, MIKROLAB select volunteers to tests to ensure correct and precise volunteers choosing.
Cosmetic Product Safety Assessment is based on Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009. Cosmetic Product Safety Rapport is conducted by one of our major specialist – Safety Assessor.
OUR CERTIFICATES AND APPROVALS
MIKROLAB is accredited by Polish Accreditation Centre (PCA). Certificate No. 1531
- Microbiological tests
- Challenge tests – Preservation efficacy tests
- Dermatology tests
- Aplication tests
- Instrumental tests
- Antimicrobial activity
- Physico-chemical tests
- Safety Assessment, and also:
- Notification in CPNP base
- Verification of documentation, labels and composition