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Are you a DIY lover? Do you want to sell the amazing Cosmetic Products you create?

If the answer is YES, you must learn how to do it legally, having in consideration the Cosmetic Regulation, Compliance and the consumer Safety!

  • Cosmetic Regulation

    REGULATION (EC) No 1223/2009 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 30 November 2009

    This Regulation establishes rules to be complied with by any cosmetic product made available on the market.

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  • Safety

    One of the requirements of the regulation is that prior to placing the product on the market a safety assessment must be carried out. The regulation specifies that this safety assessment should be in the form of a cosmetic product safety report.

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  • Compliance

    All cosmetic products available to consumers must have a ‘Responsible Person’ who makes sure safety measures are followed and legal obligations are met.

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What do you need to comply with the EU/UK Cosmetic Regulations?

A Product Information File

The PIF is a technical dossier that gathers all necessary and relevant information and documentation available for each cosmetic product being sold, which may be retrieved from several players within the cosmetic product life cycle, from the raw materials suppliers to the safety assessor, who signs the Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR), the most important part of this dossier.

A Cosmetic Product Safety Report

A CPSR is a document, prepared and signed by a Qualified Cosmetic Safety Assessor, that confirms whether or not a particular product complies with UK and EU cosmetic regulation, therefore, safe for human use.

A Responsible Person

All cosmetic products available to consumers must have a ‘Responsible Person’ who makes sure safety measures are followed and legal obligations are met. A Responsible Person can be a business or an individual (including sole traders). 

Label your product correctly

Cosmetic products shall be made available on the market only where the container and packaging of cosmetic products bear the required information, article 19 of the cosmetic regulation has a list of the mandatory information.

Notify the authorities

Prior to placing the cosmetic product on the market the responsible person shall notify the authorities. Article 13 of the cosmetic regulation contains a list of the mandatory information.

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