The production process of cosmetics in Ausmetics include 15 steps. We adopt an effective GMPC quality assurance system to monitor and manage the warehousing, R&D, production and delivery through the ERP system.

Cosmetics Production line

Cosmetics Production Line

At Ausmetics, our cosmetics production process is a meticulous journey from formulation and compounding to filling and packaging. Each stage is carefully monitored to ensure the highest quality of our skincare products. With clients’ needs fully considered, emulsification of raw materials will be carried out according to the cosmetics production plan. After that, the important process of filling and packaging will follow. The execution of this process will determine the final quality of products. Therefore, for many big manufacturing factories, including Ausmetics, special attention is paid to ensure this process works well. Repeated inspection would be carried out by the production department leader. Continuous monitoring will make sure our products stand the test.

Raw materials/packaging materials warehousing

This step refers to the inspection and disassembly of raw materials and packages. Before the actual filling, the packaging materials must be strictly inspected; this includes inspections on the appearance, sealing, and other key features. The packaging materials will enter the next step of production only when they pass strict testing. If the materials don’t meet any of the criteria, they will be returned to the supplier until qualified ones are supplied.

Cosmetics Production materials warehousing
cosmetics production Bottle washing process 2

Bottle washing process:

①Hose/plastic bottle: dust removal using air gun, along with ozone disinfection

②Glass bottle: fist cleaning with water, followed by disinfection with alcohol

Raw material measurement:

Accurately measure the amount of raw material used in the formula, through our automatic control program.

cosmetics production Raw material measurement
cosmetics production Emulsification


This critical process involves the use of specific emulsifiers to create a stable mix of oil and water-based ingredients. Our state-of-the-art vacuum pot is used for creating high-viscosity emulsions without air bubbles, essential for creams and ointments. For liquid detergents such as shower gel, shampoo, and makeup remover, we utilize a specialized liquid washing pot. This meticulous attention to the emulsification process ensures the consistency and quality of our cosmetic products, adhering to the highest industry standards for cosmetic emulsification.

Process: dissolving-emulsifying-dispersing-setting-cooling-filtering

Equipment: Storage pot, mixing pot,Vacuum pot (used to make high-viscosity emulsions without air bubbles, such as creams and ointments), Liquid washing pot (used to make liquid detergents such as shower gel, shampoo, and makeup remover)

Semi-finished product inspection:

The semi-finished products are tested for microorganisms at a setting time of 48 hours, and the semi-finished products are tested for molds at a setting time of 72 hours.

After the material is emulsified, it must go through strict physical and chemical inspection. Only after it is qualified is it allowed to be out of the pot, and then moving on to sampling and testing; without passing the inspection, the materials will go back to emulsification following our procedures. Once all inspections are done, the semi-finished products can go to the next step of cosmetics processing, which is filling.

cosmetics production Semi-finished product inspection
cosmetics production Filling


Packaging and the materials will be double-checked before filling. Since they have gone through the previous technical tests, inspection will be done by labor at this stage, making sure the materials are in good consistency. In addition, the net content will be confirmed. Sample inspection will be conducted to ensure the variance is less than 5%. This is to avoid the situation where the actual volume doesn’t match the labelling, which will cause negative impact on the consumer end. Further, product cleanliness is strictly monitored. In Ausmetics, sample inspections are carried out every 30 minutes, including inspections on the clean operation of workers and on-site hygiene. Inspection staff are constantly working hard to make sure any problem found is rectified immediately.


After filling, the products will then enter the sealing process. Bottle caps need to be screwed tightly. Workers will make sure bottle screws are clean and check whether the screws are tight enough and that there is no leakage.

cosmetics production Sealing
cosmetics production Microbiological inspection for finished product

Microbiological inspection for finished product:

Inspect the finished products comprehensively. If any problem found, staff will deal with faulty products according to the “Product Control Procedure”. If products pass the tests, films would be applied and heat processed.

Code spray:

The code is usually sprayed on the outer packaging of products, and sometimes may also be sprayed on the labels in the inner packaging. Checks will be undertaken to ensure the coding is correct, and the writing is clear and presentable.

cosmetics production Code spray
cosmetics production Boxing


Products now are ready to go into carton boxes. When packing the products into boxes, staff need to check whether the text of the colored boxes is printed correctly, and whether the appearance is up to standard, as well as whether the hose and manuals are in the right place. If the boxes don’t match the labelling of the products, staff will promptly notify the suppliers to rectify it.

Box sealing:

After putting the products to boxes, we can now buckle the lids of the boxes, with special attention to avoid products being placed upside-down or missing units.

cosmetics production Box sealing
cosmetics production Film wrapping

Film wrapping:

Seams on the front is to be avoided at this step. The wrapping films are expected to be firm, flat, and without any cracks. When shrinking the film, we make sure the machine temperature is moderate to prevent over- and under-heating.


After the previous steps, the boxes can be packed into cartons. It is necessary to confirm that the outer carton information and identification is correct and there is no missing units of products.

cosmetics production Packing
cosmetics production Final inspection of finished products

Final inspection of finished products:

A comprehensive inspection of the products will take place, including that of the appearance and display. Unqualified products must be recalled, regardless of the complication. All products must have undergone strict inspections before they can be put into storage.


Our OEM cosmetics products are finally finished and can be put into storage in batches. At this point, the production process is complete.

cosmetics production Storage

The technical aspects of cosmetics production, from formulation to quality control, are what sets Ausmetics apart. By adhering to industry standards and utilizing advanced production techniques, we ensure the delivery of high-quality skincare products to our customers. The above cosmetics production process demonstrates that only by paying attention to details in early stages can we prevent problems later on. The more careful inspections are done in the previous steps, the more effective the entire process can be. This will ensure that products can be delivered most promptly. As a cosmetic producers the production philosophy that Ausmetics adopts is: attention to details. Careful attention to every detail can ensure that product quality is guaranteed and production efficiency improved. This can reduce unnecessary time and material waste. That’s how Ausmetics manages to produce high-quality skincare products for clients who want their cosmetics products to be produced efficiently and economically.

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