Research & Production

Creating a cosmetic product is a science. At the beginning of the process, we determine the type of product we want to develop, its consistency, effectiveness, and feeling on the skin.


When we know the type of product we want, we start our search for individual ingredients. We use natural and nature identical ingredients. We select active substances from around the world and only those which have had their effectiveness verified under clinical studies. We place the same emphasis on selecting suitable packaging, which is why we pack our products in glass containers. Glass is the most environmentally friendly and most inert material for our products’ contents.

In the next step, the ingredients are composed to form a cosmetic product. This stage of the process is secret, and each formula is unique. During development, the product is tested to determine its stability. Extreme conditions are created during a stress test. In this test, certain types of microorganisms are injected into the test product, and the effectiveness of the preservative system is then monitored. We only use preservatives in our cosmetic products in the concentrations necessary to keep the microbial stability of the cosmetic product throughout its use.

When our products passes the basic tests, we still need to evaluate their sensory properties. We check whether the product is a suitable consistency, its feeling on the skin, whether it is spread and absorbed well, its fragrance, etc.

To be placed on the market, the product must comply with the regulations applicable to cosmetics in the European Union. The final and very important step in the development of cosmetic products is submission of the cosmetic product for safety assessment and registration of the product in the CPNP (Cosmetic Products Notification Portal). When everything meets our parameters and the product complies with regulations, the production may be launched.


Production starts in the raw material warehouse. Individual raw materials are weighed according to a technological process in a clean environment. Depending on the product type, production will be either at room temperature or under heating. Raw materials are mixed one by one in a certain order under specific conditions. For example, in creams consisting of aqueous and fat stages, each stage is heated separately.

When the required temperature is reached, the stages are mixed and homogenized, and the formed mass is subsequently cooled. At a certain temperatures when the product cools, thermolabile substances are added, such as certain active substances, fragrances, plant extracts and oils. These types of ingredient would lose their desired properties at high temperatures.

The final product is assessed with quality control tests and dosed into packaging immediately. The product is then packed and ready for sale.
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