Biorius, a consultancy firm specializing in assessing the safety and regulatory compliance of cosmetic products, has announced the appointment of Dr Christophe Brault as its new Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Director. His responsibilities will encompass all technical activities of the group related to cosmetics.

Christophe Brault-Chevalier

Christophe Brault-Chevalier

Mr Brault will take over the lead of scientific and regulatory team, spread over Biorius and CERT offices. Among other missions, he will contribute to the strategic development of the group, participate in improving its visibility and legitimacy globally, and work to constantly improve its assistance to customers.

Christophe Brault is a Pharm. D., a master in environmental toxicology and a senior toxicologist who gained extensive experience in regulatory affairs. After a two-year experience in the fragrance industry (IFF), he spent 13 years at LVMH, latterly as Senior Fragrance Safety Manager. At LVMH, he coordinated numerous safety and regulatory activities for all the group’s cosmetic brands, such as Givenchy, Guerlain, Kenzo and Bulgari, acting with his team as an internal consultant. Furthermore, he played a role in international trade associations such as Cosmetics Europe and IFRA, voicing LVMH’s interests and contributing to building new methodologies, such as QRA II.

Knowing Christophe for more than 10 years, I can only admire his high-level technical skills and his fine communication ability. I have no doubt that he will lead Biorius one step further, as he did with talent and tenacity for LVMH,” commented Biorius CEO, Dr. Frédéric Lebreux.

Biorius employs 50 people and has offices in Manage (Belgium), London (UK), Toulouse (France), St-Malo (France) and Luxembourg.