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Cleanrooms
Cosmetics

As a designer and builder of cleanrooms for the cosmetics industry, our teams at VÊPRES guarantee that your project will meet the exacting standards required for top-of-the-range products, in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).

Perfume bottles in a cleanroom for cosmetics.

High standards and top-of-the-range

Temperature management, atmospheric conditions, quality control: the design and construction of cleanrooms dedicated to cosmetics and top-of-the-range products is imperative to ensure that your production runs smoothly. Our references at Hermès and LVMH give us a thorough understanding of your business.

cleanrooms in the cosmetics sector must comply with ISO 22 716 Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). This is a recognized international standard. We master all these regulatory aspects.

As a reminder, in France, the definition of a cosmetic product is defined by the Public Health Code: "A cosmetic product is any substance or mixture intended to be placed in contact with the superficial parts of the human body (epidermis, hair and capillary systems, nails, lips and external genitalia) or with the teeth and oral mucous membranes, with a view, exclusively or mainly, to cleaning them, perfuming them, modifying their appearance, protecting them, maintaining them in good condition or correcting body odors."

Study
project and quotation

From pre-project study to completion, VÊPRES will accompany you from A to Z for the realization and "turnkey" delivery of your cleanroom.

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Good manufacturing practices

The manufacture of a cosmetic product is governed by a specific framework, and must be carried out in accordance with the Good Manufacturing Practices described in ISO 22716, as well as complying with all the listed measures.

In the cosmetics sector, GMP aims to ensure product conformity and safety for the consumer, by limiting the risks of contamination (biological, particulate and cross-contamination). They concern, among other things, personnel, premises, raw materials, equipment and production. Aware of the challenges you face, we have mastered the design and construction of cleanrooms for the cosmetics industry.

Cosmetics, specific requirements

The management of atmospheric conditions is crucial to the design and construction of cleanrooms for high-end products, in order to ensure their quality. Your cleanrooms must comply with the ISO 22716 standard defining Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). GMP aims to guarantee product conformity and safety by limiting contamination risks. We master the design and construction of cleanrooms for the cosmetics industry, taking these requirements into account.