Formulating a compliant cosmetic product
With its web-based formulation tool, Aptean PLM Lascom Edition enables new formulations to be created based on marketing requirements and current regulations. It automatically calculates costs, risks, generates drugs facts, warnings, etc. and manages impacts in the event of any changes. It warns you about any non-compliance relative to the original brief (blacklist, required substance, etc.) as well as infringements of regulations in force (additive thresholds, banned substances, and so on). The formulation tool then automatically generates the product’s Quali / Quanti formula, an ingredients statement compliant with INCI names, the allergen list, the volume, and product costs, etc. Aptean PLM Lascom Edition system is supplied as standard with the INCI ingredient database, ensuring you always use the proper ingredient names.
Formulation software that adapts to your product categories
Aptean PLM Lascom Edition works as a web-based, flexible PLM solution tailored to assist you formulating any kind of product. Using the full web editor, you can create various customizable formulation templates for your product portfolio. Whether you are a perfume company, or working in skin care, or a manufacturer of a wide range of types of products, you can build your own template to meet your needs.
Cosmetics formulation software: manage prototypes efficiently
Aptean PLM Lascom Edition cosmetic formulation software makes R&D professionals’ work easier. It provides tools for formulating new products from scratch or from an existing formula. R&D teams can create, modify, review, edit and update formulations through a user-friendly interface. Stored prototypes can be sent to Marketing, R&D and Quality managers for comparison and approval based on composition, allergen lists, health or other claims and costs so you can select the one closest to the original brief. The formulation software stores the history of your iterations through prototypes and the Research & Development team can easily access them to capitalize on past experience.