Delphic HSE staff have many years of experience advising on, and critically evaluating, product test data. By combining this expertise with key contacts at leading commercial and academic organisations we can offer an extensive range of product testing services to our clients.
For cosmetic products we can source a full range of routine laboratory testing, including microbiology (specification and challenge / preservative efficacy), stability, compatibility, in vitro assays for skin or eye irritation, user trials and human patch testing. This enables Delphic to provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ for clients bringing cosmetic products to market, from the legally required test data to information on claims substantiation and critical review of data generated.
We also source routine and bespoke product testing services for many other sectors; including Toys, Medical Devices, Detergents, Biocides and general household & industrial Chemicals. These cover everything from chemical & physical analysis, flammability, toy testing, VOC and competitor efficacy comparison to in vivo biological and toxicological studies. Delphic HSE can advise on tailor-made laboratory testing and analytical chemistry for bespoke situations, including forensic product failure investigation and interpretation of legal compliance and product safety of chemical and impurity analysis.
So, whether you need help and advice identifying the legally required testing your product needs before it can be placed on the market, guidance on claims substantiation or assistance with developing a bespoke analytical programme for situations as they arise, Delphic HSE are ideally placed to support you and your brands.
Ensure the description of your product tells an accurate and verifiable story.
Close examination of cosmetics and their raw properties to ensure consumer safety.
Practical training for compliance with the EU regulation.
We are excited to announce that Tom Garner will be joining the Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director of Delphic HSE.
| by Cliff Betton |
Posted 14th January 2018
This article considers that False eyelash adhesives are not classified as cosmetics in the EU, but should instead follow the General Product Safety Directive and the CLP.
| by James Wakefield |
Posted 18th December 2017
Dr Lin Yang, Delphic HSE Toxicologist will be speaking at in-cosmetics Asia held in Bangkok from 31 October to 2 November 2017.
Posted 22nd October 2017