Innovative nanotechnology is finding increased application in the cosmetics industry.
The EU Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009, will require manufacturers to list any nanoparticles contained in products marketed within the EU. Intertek's scientists and consultants can help cosmetics companies to be prepared to respond to questions regarding the new information, assess potential risks associated with nanomaterials and conduct tests to rigorously ensure that cosmetics are safe for consumers.
Nanoparticle Cosmetics Characterisation:
Intertek’s nanotechnology scientists are highly experienced in providing a range of advanced techniques to study nanosystems in cosmetics. These unparalleled characterization services ensure that clients gain detailed information about their nanotechnology application and also investigate the presence or absence of nanosystems in their cosmetic raw materials and formulated products. Examples include nanoparticulates, nano-liposomes, nanoemulsions and nanoactive species.
Nanotechnology Cosmetics Characterisation Techniques:
Intertek's global network of clinical researchers and regulatory consultants provide clinical testing, toxicology safety assessments, regulatory guidance, and dossier services.
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