RES PHARMA INNOVATIVE INGREDIENTS
RES PHARMA INNOVATIVE INGREDIENTS is a chemical company specialized in R&I (Research & Innovation) and in the production of cosmetic ingredients. Founded in 2004, in recent years RPI has consolidated its reputation as a manufacturer of innovative and nature-oriented cosmetic specialties.
Those that were, when the company was founded, the results of an entrepreneurial identity committed to environmental sustainability have now become a strict adherence to international standards and certification systems.
Green Chemistry, the product of a synthesis between two vital principles: environmental responsibility and sustainability.
This excellence is the result of the research and experience of RES PHARMA INNOVATIVE INGREDIENTS. We are the green Italian company that studies the world around us with passion.
Always on the Lookout for Something New
Our product innovation comes from a vision that takes into account the needs of consumers and the latest market trends. A concrete commitment that involves all company activities and guides our research and innovation projects and the evolution of our portfolio.
The development and selection of our products is carried out in relation to the need of the market for ecological products, which are born from natural and renewable sources.
A concrete commitment that involves all company activities and guides our research and innovation projects and the evolution of our portfolio. Concern for the environment and promoting sustainability are part of the activities and management of RES PHARMA INNOVATIVE INGREDIENTS.
We aim to follow and promote sustainability best practices to reduce the environmental impact of all our activities.
Offices, R&I and QC laboratories, production and warehouse are organized by a quality management system constantly updated according to the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015 certification requirements.
Our cosmetic raw materials are designed and produced according to precise international standards, our code of ethics and our business conduct, which is never a mere transposition of legislative requirements.