Our solutions and services for cosmetic, personal care and fragrance manufacturers.
Creme Global are world leaders in the application of data and digital technologies to the cosmetic industries.
Overcome complexity in product development, regulation, safety and marketing.
Our experts can support your regulatory submissions (EU SCCS) and also help with your new ingredient registration (USA – FDA).
Our industry leading predictive models have proven track record in driving opportunities in cosmetic innovation and development. Here is what we can help you achieve.
Create new valuable insights by connecting different datasets and using advanced analytics to unlock and accelerate innovation processes.
Guarantee safety assurance to reduce risk for any ingredients used across different products.
Create opportunities to speed up time to market and lower the cost of developing new foods and cosmetics.
Our expert solutions enable you to get the most out of your data.
We are driven by pursuit for scientific excellence and our team follows a rigorous scientific process in delivering verifiable and accurate results.
We work with some of the leading cosmetics companies.
Explore our work with leading organisations in the cosmetic, personal care and fragrance industry.
Our industry partners
Together with our industry partners, we work tirelessly to give you the required tools to organise your data and to accurately predict the impact of your products on a diverse range of issues, such as safe human exposure levels, shelf life and environmental impact.
ECETOC HeatDB Project
We have built a resource that allows risk assessors to quickly search and locate human exposure tools and data available in the public domain. For this purpose we have built a website and database called The Human Exposure Assessment Tools Database (HeatDB).
Safer products with Creme Care
Creme Care is our unique software tool for consumer analysis and safety assessment of personal care and cosmetic products.
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With RIFM we saved over 116,000 animal lives by bringing data science and exposure assessment together
Animal testing is of course highly undesirable from an ethical perspective, and equally using crude calculations to determine human health and exposure is far from ideal.
In recent years the number of reformulated foods introduced on the European market has increased enormously, with leading food manufacturing companies reporting the reformulation of at least 50% of their foods.