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CHEMICOS CREATIONS: Cosmetics companies’ perfect partner

Article - May 15, 2024

Founded in 1996, the Tokyo-based manufacturer has established a well-earned reputation as a trusted OEM supplier of world-class eyeliners.

A Japanese company approaching its 30th anniversary, Chemicos Creations crafts pen-type liquid eyeliners of the highest quality, specializing as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for major cosmetics brands.

A customer-centric approach is at the heart of everything Chemicos does – as is the technical expertise passed down the firm from the top. “Before I started this company, I worked for a raw material company,” explains CEO Katsutaka Hattori. “So I know how to make good formulations from chemical compounds.”

Such is Chemicos’ technical prowess, indeed, that it boasts several patents – both in the composition of the ink itself, and the design of its eyeliners’ easy-application pens. “No matter how great our formula is, it’s nothing without the right container to allow users to put on the eyeliner,” Mr. Hattori says.

Chemicos’ leading-edge creations are typical of the pioneering spirit that underpins manufacturing in Japan, the CEO adds: “We’re often the first to adopt technologies or techniques. Being first in line: that sums up Japanese companies.” 

The firm’s commitment to delivering safe, dependable products is likewise characteristic of the country’s manufacturers. “Rigorous testing and strict safety standards are the keys to gaining customers’ trust,” Mr. Hattori stresses.

Leveraging such strengths, Chemicos is targeting overseas growth – particularly in the U.S. Ultimately, Mr. Hattori declares, the company aims to become a dominant global force in cosmetics: “In the same way that Intel is synonymous with CPU chips, we’d like to be associated with eyeliners.”