Contract Laboratory has received the following Toiletries and Personalcare Products Laboratory Test Requests which need to be fulfilled! These Laboratory Test Requests are received from a variety of sources ranging from start-up companies to large, multinational Fortune 500 corporations, international organizations, well-respected universities and government agencies that are actively seeking Independent, Third-Party Toiletries and Personalcare Products Laboratories to perform their Toiletries and Personalcare Products Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Toiletries and Personalcare Products laboratory that would like more information on these Toiletries and Personalcare Products projects, please visit our registration page or call toll us free 1-855-377-6821.
Test Request 17-00809
Test Request 17-00414
Medical device company needs clinical product safety laboratory for in vivo, in vitro and microbiology testing of disposable feminine pads including:
Surface device testing with just contact to the skin or breached/compromised surface (due to labial contact). We will do a limited exposure (less than 24 hours) testing.
Microbiology testing as pads release oxygen and slightly acidify the pH within the pad once blood reaches our patented powder. We want to see if it has any effect on microbes.
Measure the pH after blood has entered the pad to see how the pH is affected after blood has entered.
Amount of oxygen released per pad, the amount of CO2 absorbed per pad and the amount of humidity absorbed per pad?
Test Request 17-00128
Medical Device laboratory needed for ASTM and ISO product safety testing for evaluation of medical devices including toxicology, packaging and microbiology testing:
ASTM D7661-10, Standard Test Method for Determining Compatibility of Personal Lubricants with Natural Rubber Latex Condoms for compliance with latex and polyisoprene condoms.
ISO 10993-5 Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices-Part 5: Tests for in vitro cytotoxicity
ISO 10993-10 Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices-Part 10: Tests for irritation and skin sensitization
ISO 10993-11 Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices-Part 11: Tests for systemic toxicity
United States Pharmacopeia, National Formulary General Chapter <88>: Biological Reactivity Tests, In Vivo
USP <51> Antimicrobial Effectiveness Testing
USP <61> Microbiological Examination of Nonsterile Products: Microbial Enumeration Tests
USP <62> Microbiological Examination of Nonsterile Products: Tests for Specified Microorganisms
ISTA 3A: Packaged-Products for Parcel Delivery System Shipment 70 Kg (150 lb) or Less Shelf-life testing
Test Request 16-02016
Test Request 16-01524
Clinical Research Organization needed for clinical research study of 10 toothpastes in EU:
effect of desensitization
anticavities (anti tooth-decay) effect
sensitizing and allergenic effect
effect of pH-normalized oral balance
measuring the viscosity of saliva before and after use
What will be the price and the time of this clinical research? (some tests may be in vitro or used 3D models or clinical research)
Please specify the price of this study.
Test Request 16-01313
Analytical chemistry laboratory needed for HPLC, SEM, or FTIR soap testing for Identification of white powder being formed soap bars being manufactured in large quantities after the curing process. The white powder just started forming after larger amounts of organic caffeine was added during the mixing process and the soap bars are curing for more than 48 hours. Pictures can be provided with a basic microscopeexam with 1,000x magnification to determine that this powder was not mold, however, the lab I used does not have HPLC, SEM, or FTIR available for further testing.
I believe that the white powder could be either soda ash (sodium carbonate) or possibly caffeine, since we add organic caffeine powder to the soap bar. A quick Google search reveals that many lye soap manufacturers have issues with a white powder on their soap bars which turns out to be sodium carbonate. The other material I am guessing it could be is the organic caffeine powder.
I would like to determine what exactly this white substance is on the exterior of the soap bar. I would also like a caffeine test on the soap bar so that we can determine how much caffeine is in the soap bar.
Test Request 16-01080
Laboratory needed for multiple testing on hand sanitizer 1. Glove Compatibility: The influence of Instant hand sanitizer on nitrile and latex gloves was tested using a modified ASTM D-5151 method. 2. CHG Compatibility: The compatibility of Instant hand sanitizer with CHG was tested using appropriate methods. 3. Non-food Tainting: tested according to ?Sensory Analysis-Methodology-Triangle Test BS EN ISO 4120:2007. 4. Skin Compatibility Test: The 48hr Single Patch Test 5. UL ECOLOGO Standard UL 2783. 6. USDA BioPreferred. 7. NSF E3 Certification Also recommend any other appropriate tests available and testing charges
Test Request 16-00963
Company developing new Organic and Natural product in the Baby personal, cleaning, food, diaper categories needs consumer products laboratory for third-party certification, reliability, efficacy and toxicity testing.
Please specificy your service offering and prices.
Test Request 16-00886
India Analytical Chemistry Laboratory needed for Reverse engineering and formulations of sugar wax from list of ingredients but not the quantity of each ingredients.. The composition of each ingredients in the sample, formula of the sample and ways to improve
Test Request 16-00619
UK cosmetics laboratory needed for full quality control testing and analyses needed for the soap industry including all raw materials (oil, water...) and finished products to to assure that the soap production is controlled and meet the EU standards and regulations