Lead testing in cosmetics is critical for any fda analytical testing lab. Heavy metal analysis, heavy metals lead testing and USP inorganic impurities analysis is routinely used on lipstick and other cosmetics.
California Proposition 65:
California Proposition 65, or Cal Prop 65, has increased the importance of metals testing in food and increased the value of icp-ms trace metal analysis.
Metals Testing in Food:
Metals Testing in Food is a big part of fda analytical testing. Elemental trace metals requiring heavy metals analysis is critical for food and beverage safety.
heavy metals lead testing:
Heavy metals lead testing is only part of Chemical Solutions LTD overall heavy metals and elemental trace metals analysis.
fda analytical testing lab:
Registered and audited by the US Food and Drug Association (FDA), Chemical Solutions Ltd. is a highly respected fda analytical testing lab conducting USP inorganic impurities analysis.
elemental trace metals:
CSL specializes testing for elemental trace metals, elemental trace elements and heavy metals analysis utilizing USP 231, USP 232, USP 233.
elemental trace elements:
Basic elemental trace element techniques can involve inductively couples plasma mass spectrometry (icp-ms trace metal analysis).
heavy metals analysis:
Heavy metals analysis and heavy metals testing in food, also involving USP inorganic impurities analysis as a pharmaceutical contract testing lab.
USP inorganic impurities analysis:
USP inorganic impurities analysis utilizes new methods involving icp-mas trace metal analysis. New USP 232 and USP 233 chapters have greatly affected Pharmaceutical contract lab testing.
icp-ms trace metal analysis:
ICP-MS trace metal analysis is utilized as part of USP 231, USP 232 and USP 232 fda analytical testing in labs.
Pharmaceutical contract lab testing:
Pharmaceutical contract lab testing methods for heavy metals analysis are changing methods used for elemental trace metals detection under USP 231.
USP 232 and USP 233 are replacement chapters for USP 231 and can involve the use of icp-ms trace metal analysis.
Elemental Impurities Procedures is associated with USP 232, heavy metals lead testing and USP inorganic impurities analysis.
USP 232 and USP 233 are replacements for USP 231. Heavy Metals Analysis may utilize icp-ms trace metal analysis which is greatly improving pharmaceutical contract lab testing.
USP 1225 criteria to assess the method validation of test procedures for drugs affects pharmaceutical contract lab testing.
ICH posted 8 Modules which can be reviewed through this link.
USP Updates General Chapter <232>
USP has posted updates to USP General Chapter <232> Elemental Impurities. This chapter is being revised to address comments received and to further align this chapter with ICH Q3D. USP’s Elemental Impurities Expert Panel approved a recommendation to the General Chapters—Chemical Analysis Expert Committee that this chapter be revised to align with the ICH Q3D Step 4 document to the greatest extent possible. Therefore, this revision is being proposed to include additional elements and their specific limits in this chapter. Additional changes are made to provide clarity on the topic of risk assessment. Stakeholders are encouraged to comment only on the revised text. Additionally, minor editorial changes have been made to update the chapter to current USP style.
Industry has requested USP align with ICH Q3D and clarify the excipient information. The proposed revisions will appear in PF March- April and comments can be submitted until May 30, 2016. The changes will be discussed at the IOEC- CRM March 3 meeting.
Chemic Laboratories Inc. and Chemical Solutions after working together for more than five years today announced establishment of a formal two year renewable Joint Cooperation Agreement that will enable the two firms to collaborate on a variety of Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical client interests, primarily in the areas of product development as it pertains to extractables [...]
Brian LaBine set a goal in March of doubling his chemical-analysis business within five years. The business, Chemical Solutions Ltd., might get there a little sooner. LaBine expects the company to finish the year at $3.5 million in sales, up from $2.7 million last year. Chemical Solutions is an independent testing laboratory specializing in trace-level elemental [...]
Chemical Solutions Ltd. is honored to be a finalist for the Central Penn Business Journal’s “Business of the Year” award for 1-50 employees. The Business of the Year event honors top companies and individual leaders for their outstanding contributions to Central Pennsylvania’s business community. The awards ceremony will take place early November.
Chemical Solutions, Ltd. is marking its 20th Year with a move to our new lab space during the Summer of 2015. All of this is aimed at ensuring the same high level of customer service and sample turn-around you’ve come to expect from CSL over the years. More details on the move and sample submission [...]
Qualified to Test Controlled Substances On October 20th, Chemical Solutions became a DEA-Registered Laboratory, qualified to test Controlled Substances, Schedules II through V. The Registration followed months of planning, with the installation of a large TL-30 Safe, Video and Motion Detection systems throughout the facility, and implementation of corresponding SOPs for effective handling of Controlled [...]
Play it Safe! — Is your product a close call? As the leading provider of heavy metals and elemental analyses, Chemical Solutions Ltd. will give you the fast, reliable data you need to make the right decision. Consider Chemical Solutions Ltd. for your next raw ingredient screening, batch release or analytical study. Chemical Solutions Ltd. wants to be your partner in providing scientifically sound data and safe reliable products.