Supplier's Corner

Chemir Offers Custom Formulations

December 9, 2005

Chemir Analytical Services is offering custom formulation services. Chemir Analytical Services, a non-routine independent analytical laboratory, helps innovative manufacturers of cosmetics, personal care products and pharmaceuticals develop new formulations, reformulate existing products, create customized blends or assist with other challenges.
“This is a natural sequence in our service offerings” explained David Dowell, VP of technology at Chemir Analytical Services. “Our laboratory chemists have analyzed hundreds of formulated products and have been involved in numerous partnerships involving deformulation and subsequent reformulation. This has provided a wealth of experience and intuitive understanding of custom formulations. Many customers have asked us to assist with formulating new products, and we are pleased to offer an expansion of this service.”
More info: (800) 659-7659
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