June 2017 - Glass Surface Technology was pleased to contribute to the perfumers contest Corpo 35.
Using its interior decoration’s know how, it applied a fine golden layer inside the trophies.
July 2016 - Glass Surface Technology is proud to be part of Cosmetic 360 in October (Paris Carrousel du Louvre).
July 2015 - Glass Surface Technology is proud to be part of Cosmetic 360 in October
February 2014 - Glass Surface Technology was at the Aerosol & Dispensing Forum in February 2014, presentation was on glass type and extractables, please contact us if you need a copy of the presentation
November 2013 - Glass Surface Technology will be at the Aerosol & Dispensing Forum in February 2014, Conference program is here
October 2013 - Glass Surface Technology is now a member of Cosmetic Valley
October 2013 - A new draft guidance for cosmetic GMP was posted on the FDA website in June 2013, it can be accessed here
FDA's Authority on cosmetic products : Although cosmetic products do not need to be approved to go on the market, under the law, they must not be ¨adulterated¨ or ¨misbranded¨. Unlike for drugs, manufacturers are not required to register their cosmetic establishments, file data on ingredients, or report cosmetic-related injuries to FDA. However, companies are encouraged to register their establishments and file Cosmetic Product Ingredient Statements with FDA's Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program (VCRP).
From today new EU Rules are combating misleading information and putting safer cosmetics on EU shelves - July 11, 2013
In Europe, the new regulation EC 1223/2009 on cosmetic products applies from July 11, 2013 Article 10 requires a safety assessment of the product before going on the market, in accordance with Annex I. Annex I Part A requires stability testing during storage and useful purity information on packaging. Understanding the packaging stability, its composition and its behavior becomes even more important than before : for example, there are many different glass types and composition, stability may differ from one to the other.
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