Cosmetic and personal skin care products can be a complex combination of ingredients and measurements. Whether you are a consumer or cosmetics manufacturer, it’s important to confirm the safety of your products. Untested cosmetics are a serious issue and can cause illnesses from contaminated raw materials or final products that may contain hazardous chemicals and heavy metals, product preservatives or harmful microorganisms.
Raw Materials and Formulation Testing
We test the raw material components used in sanitizers and disinfectants to verify ingredients and screen for impurities to ensure the products are safe for use.
Ethanol Alcohol Testing:
Gas chromatography testing for ethanol purity, including ethanol content (up to 98.8%), methanol content, and other impurities.
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Testing:
Testing is offered to standards such as United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), Federal Chemical Codex (FCC) testing and using in-house methods.
Assay and Impurity Testing:
Assay and impurity test for major components of alcohol-based hand sanitizers which includes volatile alcohols such as ethanol, methanol, n-propanol and iso-propanol using Gas Chromatography (GC) Analysis.
To demonstrate that the products are effective in the inactivation or removal of bacterial microorganisms from hands.
Finished Product Testing
- Finished product testing of hand sanitizers to meet third party verification of applicable Industry and Regulatory Standards
- Percentage of IPA in finished product
- Percentage of ethanol in finished product
- Chemical characterization of packaging