Demonstrate the safety of both your finished products and ingredients. Get the packaging safety tested. Shorten the time to market. The current regulation for the cosmetics industry requires safety assessment to be performed by a qualified Safety Assessor, with a relevant expertise in Toxicology.
Combining our years of expertise, information from our databases and access to state-of-the-art digital tools, we aim at demonstrating safety and compliance for cosmetic products in CPSR and PIF documents. During the R&D phase, before launching the product on the market and later, we anticipate concerns, validate safe uses and manage easy updates.
Meet our experts
Head of Cosmetics
CPSR comprehensive evaluation
Raw Materials: toxicity and maximal doses
Ingredients under development: strategy, dossier
Support for toxicological and eco-toxicological issues
Pre-assessment and final Cosmetic Product Safety Report
Toxicological Profiles and identification of safe concentrations for cosmetic uses
Strategy for tests, in silico approach, complementary data and final dossier
Literature search, use of existing data, in vitro tests and support for in silico approaches
CEHTRA has been commissioned by numerous companies including multi-nationals in the cosmetics industry to assist them with cosmetic regulation compliance.
CEHTRA evaluates the safety of several types of products (care, hygiene, perfumes...), and new ingredients. CEHTRA’s comprehensive databases allow us to anticipate risks for your products.
We can propose complementary approaches in case of data gaps (structural alerts, QSAR, Read-across). Our eco-toxicologists can contribute to the eco-conceptions of your formula.
At CEHTRA, we are professional partner of the Cosmetic Valley and provide different training courses on the Fundamentals of the Cosmetic Regulation, webinars on Content / Container Interactions or seminaire in University.
In-depth expertise for INCIs, impurities and perfume components, including MOS and QRA
In-house rich database
Digital analysis of the impact of changes to manage the need of updates
Review of Product Information files
Responsibility of the Responsible Person for your products (through written mandate)
International regulatory compliance