Laboratory analysis for cosmetic products

Consistently high quality and safety guarantee the market success of cosmetic products. In addition, there are legal requirements for effectiveness, stability and consumer health protection. WESSLING supports manufacturers with laboratory analysis, expert opinions and process-accompanying consulting.

Cosmetics analysis at WESSLING

Our efficient, accredited laboratories offer customers a versatile analytical spectrum. Together with the expertise of the WESSLING cosmetic experts, this forms a comprehensive service portfolio along the entire production chain of cosmetic products.

It includes both recognised standard analytical methods and specific solutions according to individual customer specifications for chemical, chemical-physical and microbiological investigations.

Future topics such as the testing of nanomaterials, for example micelle analysis, are naturally part of the service portfolio for safety reports in compliance with EU Cosmetics Regulation 1223/2009.

 

Your contact for cosmetic analysis

Elodie Odru

WESSLING: Consulting and expert opinions on cosmetic products

In addition to laboratory analysis, expert services are a central part of our work. The competent advice of the cosmetics experts at WESSLING provide our customers with confidence and reassurance. Our experts are happy to provide you with their experience on labelling or conformity testing, safety assessment and notification as well as marketability certificates. You would like to launch a cosmetic product? Here too, WESSLING is your competent partner.

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