GRS spins out 'Crème de la Crème' to focus on Cosmetic Regulations


A new website for Crème de la Crème, a spin out of Global Regulatory Services (GRS), formally launches the company within the cosmetic sector. By separating out GRS' cosmetic regulatory expertise from the rest of the life sciences, the company is able to act as 'Responsible Person' for cosmetic companies, a mandatory EU requirement.

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The team writes:

Although Crème de la Crème is young and ‘fresh faced’ (hence the new website!), we already have years of experience through the parent company, Global Regulatory Services (GRS).  Since the implementation of the new EU Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 there has been an increasing need to provide support to Cosmetic Companies particularly, in relation to Responsible Person activities.  Many companies don’t even know where to start looking for advice and guidance so, hopefully, the Crème de la Crème website will make it easier to understand where to begin.

Crème de la Crème was spun-out of GRS to demonstrate our commitment to the Cosmetic Industry.  Our goal is to be very active in this sector thereby ensuring that cosmetic products, particularly on the EU market, are safe and of good quality.

And don't forget that a lot of good science comes of out of the Cosmetic space: it is actually the origin for much of the early development for nanotechnology!


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Headquartered in Cambridge, Global Regulatory Services (GRS) is an award winning global consultancy offering a holistic approach to the regulatory and quality compliance requirements of the Life Science Industry.

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