- Hair Mousses
- Hair styling products
- Dry Shampoos
- Deodorants/Body sprays
Much of the growth of Hydrokem over the last few years has been due to the development of personal care products and particularly haircare. The photograph shows the newly designed personal care manufacturing facility where concentrates for haircare, deodorants and antiperspirants are blended prior to QC release and filling. The new facility was necessary because of the growth within the sector and allows up to 25000 litres of various formulations to be made at any time supporting continuous production output.
As a result of close co-operation between Hydrokem and some of Britain's most famous hair stylists an increasing range of new aerosol products has been developed and manufactured to meet the needs of today's discerning clients. Many stylists who have previously not ventured into the retail market with their ideas have now established a wide range of merchandising in the high street as a result of working closely with Hydrokem.
The support provided during our "concept to counter" product development process has resulted in some revolutionary products starting out as a "eureka" moment of inspiration to becoming must have essentials.
The Revised European Commission Cosmetics Regulations 1223/2009
A revised edition (Recast) of the European Cosmetics Regulations replacing the current Cosmetics Directive will come into force within member states on 11th July 2013.
With effect from this date each new or existing product to be manfactured and placed onto the market will require to have been electronically registered on the EC Cosmetics Portal. This must be carried out by the Company marketing the product. Full details can be found on the official guide at:
The facility is accredited to ISO 22716 demonstrating compliance to the strict requirements for Good Manufacturing Practice in cosmetic products.