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Advanced hygiene management
through our cleanroom

Microneedle patches for cosmetics come into direct contact with human skin, and so must be manufactured in a clean environment.

A number of different ways are used at Nissha's Kyoto Factory to create and maintain this clean environment. One of these ways is the Class 10,000 cleanroom at our factory, which meets strict hygiene standards.

Clean corridor

Thorough quality control system
that meets the Cosmetic GMP and ISO 22716

At our Kyoto Factory, all processes, from selecting suppliers and receiving raw materials and materials, to manufacturing and shipping, are compliant with the Cosmetic GMP.
In August 2020, we obtained the internationally- recognized ISO 22716 certification, thoroughly controlling manufacturing and quality.

Acceptance inspection room tag

What is ISO 22716?
The international standard for cosmetics manufacturing control and quality control.
It was published in 2007 as a guideline for good manufacturing practices (GMP) for the cosmetics industry.

Manufacturing work scenery

Business Licenses

  • Cosmetics Manufacturing License (License No. 26CZ200065)
  • Quasi-Drag Manufacturing License (License No. 26DZ200024)

ISO Certification

  • ISO 22716


  • Class 10,000
Manufacturing management and quality control certificate

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