Made in Japan
Makeup, Skincare, Emulsions
2 plants in Japan
With an over 40-year experience, Thépenier Pharma & Cosmetics (TP&C), French contract-manufacturer (CDMO & OEM-ODM), specializes in the development and manufacturing of pharma, skincare, personal care and makeup products.
Member of an international group and proud French-Japanese DNA, we manufacture all the products in a GMP-compliant environment, for pharmaceutical labs and cosmetic brands and with the best possible quality standards.
Our group is constituted of 3 entities:
2 plants in Japan
1 plant in Normandy
1 plant in Orléans
At Thépenier Pharma & Cosmetics, Clean Beauty is a guideline. We believe Clean Beauty is a state of mind, more than a framework or a matter of rules or regulations. We embrace this mindset and transform it into innovative and surprising cosmetic formulas.
Likewise, we select our eco-friendly raw materials with the utmost care and usually go beyond European regulatory requirements to ensure the sustainability of your clean, natural, or organic ranges. Thanks to our pharma DNA, we imagine innovative formulas with performing actives from the health sector.
But today, our vision now goes beyond Clean Beauty…
Pampering your scalp and keeping it healthy is the secret to beautiful, healthy hair.
Long forgotten in beauty rituals, the scalp is a part of the epidermis that must be taken care of, just as we do for our body or face.
Washing your face in the morning allows you to refresh and give yourself a boost.
The goal is also to eliminate the little amount of sebum secreted by the skin during the night, without attacking it, at the risk of damaging it.
The microbiota: the skin’s living protective layer.
Formerly called cutaneous flora, the skin’s microbiota is of increasing interest to cosmetics professionals.
Marketing Authorization is a procedure that has become widespread in most countries of the world, under the control of the States, to guarantee the safety and efficacy of medicine for patients, from their design to their withdrawal from the market (concept of life cycle). Drugs must receive a Marketing Authorization before being introduced on the European or French market.
We all have in our bathroom one or more cosmetic products that we particularly like: a face cream that provides intense hydration and comfort throughout the day, or a shower gel with a gourmet scent that envelops us in softness and leaves cleansed and nourished skin.
Towards a more environmentally friendly beauty
The objective of eco-design is to reduce the environmental impact of a product during all stages of its life cycle.
For pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies, two major texts govern quality and the way in which it must be applied: the Good Manufacturing Practices for pharmaceuticals (GMP) and cosmetics (ISO 22716 standard). These texts transcribe the European directives.
The COSMOS Standard was born in January 2011 and is managed by the independent international non-profit association COSMOS-standard AISBL based in Brussels (Belgium).
The EXPOSOME groups the internal and external factors to which we are repeatedly exposed. It is a multidimensional vision of health.
In recent years, consumers have been looking for "clean" and environmentally friendly products. However, the 2020 pandemic has created a new need: products that protect against external aggressions. Let's go to the new trend of Safe beauty!
The world of cosmetics opens its doors to the 65+ age group! After several decades of pampering the younger generation, the cosmetics industry is getting up to date. Indeed, recent marketing studies have shown that the "Silver generation" has indeed evolved.
Have you ever heard of the benefits of hemp in cosmetic products? This natural active ingredient is increasingly seducing the cosmetics industry with its many virtues. TP&C has developed a range of products that combine all the characteristics of this miracle ingredient.
Animal testing, vegan labels, cruetly free, etc... How to know the real from the false? Here, we tell you everything!
In Europe, there are cosmetic regulations to know and respect for the creation of a cosmetic product.