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A bird's-eye view of GMP

Probably you have already heard or seen the initials GMP at some point during your life. Indeed, this abbreviation can have several meanings depending on the context; however, when it comes to cosmetics and pharmaceutical products, it turns into much more than just three letters. GMP, in fact, is an acronym for Good Manufacturing Practices, a system adopted in several countries to control the production of some specific consumer goods and keep it into the appropriate quality standards, assuring safety for the consumers. [1]


To know more about what is GMP and why is it so important regarding cosmetic and medicinal products, look at the infographic below:




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References:


[1]https://www.who.int/bloodproducts/gmp/en/ . Accessed on 18 March 2021.

[3]GRAZAL, J.G.; EARL, D.S.. “EU and FDA GMP Regulations: Overview and Comparison”. The Quality Assurance Journal, v. 2, p. 55-60, 1997.

[5]https://www.iso.org/standard/36437.html . Accessed on 18 March 2021.

[11] KARMACHARYA, J.B.. “Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for Medicinal Products”. Available at: https://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/37170/InTech-Good_manufacturing_practices_gmp_for_medicinal_products.pdf . Accessed on 21 March 2021.



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