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Product Information File – PIF software for Cosmetics – beCPG

By 3 December 2012April 15th, 2021No Comments

The new European Cosmetic Regulations No 1223/2009 applicable to July 11, 2013 requires manufacturers to provide the Product Information File (PIF) for each cosmetic product placed on the market.

beCPG PLM software allows you to manage all product data required for the creation of this file:

  • The qualitative and quantitative composition of the cosmetic product with the codes, labeling, INCI, CAS, functions, REACH information, etc. …
  • The physico-chemical and microbiological characteristics of raw materials and cosmetics
  • Criteria of purity and microbiological control of cosmetic product
  • Description of the conditions of manufacture and control in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
  • Packaging data
  • Uses of the product
  • Exposure data
  • Toxicological profiles
  • Safety data information (MSDS material safety data sheet)
  • etc …

Its collaborative platform helps services to work together on new product development (NPD) from the idea generation through to project close:

  • Marketing
  • R&D
  • Quality
  • Purchases
  • Industrial trials
  • Controlling
  • etc …

beCPG centralizes all product information needed to compile the Product Information File:

  • Finished products
  • Raw materials
  • Packaging
  • Physico-chemical and microbiological data
  • Control plans
  • Regulatory data
  • Safety data, toxicological data, …
  • Documentation
  • Quantitative and qualitative composition of the product
  • Formulation with constraints (regulatory and clients)
  • Automatic calculation for costs, allergens, ingredients (INCI, CAS), nutritional values​​, etc …
  • Optimization of formula
  • Automatic generation of Product Information File
  • Automatic generation of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Analysis reports
  • Monitoring of new product developments
  • Monitoring the creation of the Product Information Files
  • Actions and expected deliverables at each stage of the project
  • Project resources
  • Project costs

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