We provide comprehensive services for the cosmetic industry – we are a partner to people who want to create their own line of cosmetics and introduce them to the market. We focus on the optimization of activities to go through the whole process as efficiently as possible.

We invite you to cooperation!

About us

Dr Aleksandra Rymsza 

dermatologist, founder of the laboratory

I am a dermatologist with 30 years of experience, I treat skin/hair diseases and specialize in aesthetic dermatology. 

At the same time, for years I have been providing opinions and supervising dermatological research and application studies – confirming the effectiveness of new cosmetic products launched on the market. Thanks to this practice, I observe all current trends in face, body and hair care. 

Out of my passion for the skin and love for women I created my own line of cosmetics Pure Story by Dr Rymsza, thanks to this project I know perfectly well what the process of creating my own brand and implementing a cosmetic product on the market consists of.

Today I share this knowledge with our customers, to whom I and my dynamic team provide services at the highest level, with full commitment and individual approach. 


She is a specialist who combines passion for cosmetics and advanced technological knowledge. Her main goal is the innovative improvement of cosmetic products. Many years of experience allow her to offer individual solutions and meet the highest requirements. She loves to joke around and inspire others.



If you have an idea for your own cosmetic or a whole line of cosmetics – we will be happy to help you with the execution of this idea. We deal with professional development of cosmetic product recipes. We carry out projects for individual clients.

We will help you go through the whole process. We have gone through it ourselves, we will gladly share our experience and show you the most effective path to the creation of a cosmetic and optimize the whole process of its introduction to the market.

From the creation of the right formula, selection of appropriate raw materials adapted to the purpose and properties of the cosmetics, through research in accordance with current legislation and marketing trends, to registration and final production.

And all under the supervision of a dermatologist, because safety is the most important to us.


We offer service of cosmetics production on your behalf, we have the appropriate technological facilities in accordance with the quality standards and requirements of GMP – Good Manufacturing Practice (ISO 22716: 2009).

In order to meet the needs of the cosmetic market and the huge dynamics of new manufacturers – we PRODUCE SMALL QUANTITIES / SHORT PRODUCTION BATCHES – We support small manufacturers who are passionate about developing their new ideas for unique cosmetics and are just beginning to spread their wings in this industry, offering top quality products in short, repeatable series.


The introduction of cosmetic products to the market of the European Union is regulated by the Regulation of the European Parliament and Council No 1223/2009/EC. Execution of the provisions of the Regulation in Poland is ensured by the Act of 4 October 2018 on cosmetic products (Journal of Laws 2018, item 2227). The Regulation contains legal requirements that must be met before a cosmetic product is placed on the market, in particular regarding composition, labelling, manufacturing, documentation and safety of cosmetic products in all European Union countries. A product manufactured in a given EU country may be placed on the market in any other EU country, by meeting local language requirements. The law defines the institutions responsible for supervision and the list of penalties for non-compliance with the requirements of the regulation.  The person responsible for placing a cosmetic product on the market is obliged to have documentation from the above mentioned examinations. 

We offer you comprehensive support in this area, providing all the necessary tests, specialist opinions and documentation needed to launch the product on the market. 

    • EXAMINATION OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL PURITY The basis for the safety of the cosmetic is its microbiological purity. Each batch of cosmetic mass produced must be tested in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Health of 23.12.2002. (Journal of Laws No. 9 of 2003) according to ISO standards in force. 

    In order to confirm the purity of the cosmetic product, standard testing is performed:

    *Total number of microorganisms according to PN-EN ISO 21149:2009

    *Presence of Staphylococcus aureus according to PN-EN ISO 22718:2010

    *Pseudomonas aeruginosa presence according to PN-EN ISO 22717:2010

    *Presence of Candida albicans according to PN-EN ISO 18416:2009

    *Presence of Escherichia coli according to PN-EN ISO 21150:2010

    *number of moulds and yeasts according to PN-EN ISO 16212:2011


    (PN-EN ISO 11930:2012) confirms that the used preservatives protect the cosmetic product against the development of dangerous microorganisms and also protect against the development of secondary infections during use by the consumer.

    The test consists of a controlled infection of the cosmetic product with standard strains of microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) and monitoring of the reduction of microorganisms in time.

    It is carried out at the stage of product development – in order to obtain a proper preservative system, but also during production. The tests at the production stage are performed to confirm that the technological process has no negative impact on the durability of preservatives and their effectiveness.

  • The proper physical and chemical form of the cosmetics confirms their safety, stability and durability of their use properties. We offer research of:
    • Mass stability 
    • Stability of the mass and compatibility of the mass with the packaging
    • Ph measurement
    • Density measurement
    • Viscosity measurement
    • Organoleptic evaluation (appearance, color, smell)
    • Water activity
    • Determination of heavy metal content
    • Determination of concentrations of active ingredients
    • And other tests on request

Dermatological examination confirms the safety of contact of the cosmetic product with our skin. This is a so-called skin tolerance test for a given cosmetic, which is aimed at assessing its irritating potential. 

The test is carried out with the participation of a dermatologist on a group of 20 volunteers selected in accordance with the Helsinki Declaration, Polish and EU standards as well as recommendations and guidelines of Cosmetics Europe in the form of a patch or epidermal test.

We can also confirm product safety for people with particularly sensitive skin. This test is carried out on a group of people with a debilitating allergic history and a tendency to irritation. This test is performed with full control of the dermatologist over the entire course of the test.

According to current legislation, the person responsible for introducing the product to the market (manufacturer, distributor in the EU) ensures the compliance of the content of marketing statements regarding the product through documentation confirming the declared assumptions. This applies to all declared functional properties of the product, such as moisturizing, smoothing and strengthening the hydrolipid barrier of the skin. These properties must be confirmed by test reports.

We invite you to perform tests in our laboratory:

  • Application tests – taking place with the participation of a group of volunteer probands in order to obtain their subjective opinion after the end of the product use period. Volunteers fill out a survey with questions and provide their own impressions of the cosmetics they use. Based on the collected surveys, statistics are created and a report is issued with the results and conclusions about the examined marketing declarations
  • Special applications – intended for professional line products in order to assess the effectiveness of treatment and post-treatment cosmetics in aesthetic dermatology and cosmetology offices. In this case, the tests are similarly performed on a group of probands undergoing treatments performed by a cosmetologist or dermatologist.
  • Instrumental tests – performed using specialized measuring equipment, often used as a supplement to application tests, which aim to present objective, numerical results confirming the specific effect of the cosmetic on the skin of the face or body. e.g. examining an increase in the level of hydration by x%, immediatly smoothes of wrinkles by x%.

The parameters tested are:

Transepidermal water loss (TEWL)
Level of skin erythema/redness
Level of sebum secretion
Examination of the length and depth of wrinkles and their changes over time of product use

We take measurements with the ANTERA 3D skin analysis instrument and two measurement devices – MoistureMeterSC and ElastiMeter .

It is issued for every cosmetic product placed on the European Union market. The legal basis is the Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 on cosmetic products (OJ L 342, 22.12.2009, p. 59), which is valid from 11 July 2013. Regardless of the production process or distribution channels, cosmetic products placed on the EU market must be safe under normal and reasonably foreseeable conditions of use. The safety of these products is the responsibility of the manufacturer, who must also ensure that they undergo a specific scientific assessment for their safety before being placed on the market. Therefore, the most important document within the Product Information File (PIF) is the cosmetic product safety report documenting the safety assessment. It is a multi-stage process, requiring knowledge from different scientific disciplines: biology, chemistry, toxicology, etc.

The necessary documents for a reliable safety assessment are

  • cosmetic product recipe
    • quantitative and qualitative composition (trade name, supplier name, INCI name, concentration, CAS no., einecs no., raw material function)
  • documents describing raw materials:
    • safety data sheets, specifications, for raw materials that are mixtures, the exact composition % (or ranges), for nanomaterials: particle distribution curve, for fragrance compositions and essential oils: IFRA certificate and allergen form
  • design of the label and/or cardboard and/or leaflet – data concerning the product name, application method, targeted group
  • specification of direct packaging coming into contact with the product mass: material from which the packaging was made, manufacturer, compliance with 10/2011 and 1935/2004 or equivalent
  • test reports on the finished product:
    • – finished product specification ( organoleptic/ph/ density/viscosity/storage method, expiration date etc.)
    • – report from tests of stability and compatibility of product weight with packaging
    • – microbiological purity test report (separate or as part of the analysis certificate)
    • – load test (if none – justification)
    • – dermatological examination
    • – application test
  • a statement that the finished product and raw materials have not been tested for reported adverse reactions and serious effects all other data relating to the product or raw materials, test reports, not mentioned above, which may affect the quality, safety of the cosmetic product or compliance with current EU and EN law.

We invite you to test cosmetics!

we invite people in the age of 18+


Participation in the research is possible after a prior conversation and filling in the preliminary questionnaire at our company’s headquarters. If you are interested in participating in the tests, please contact us by e-mail