Cosmetics are regulated in the European Union by Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009.
The main objectives of this regulation are to create a set of rules that all cosmetics comply with and to ensure a high level of protection for human health.
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.
The cosmetic product safety report is the cosmetic safety assessor’s opinion that the product is safe in normal and foreseeable use and complies with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009.
A CPSR – or Cosmetic Safety Assessment – 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. All cosmetic products placed on the UK and EU must have one.
The PIF is a technical dossier that gathers all necessary and relevant information and documentation available for each cosmetic product being sold.
"When a cosmetic product is placed on the market, the responsible person shall keep a product information file for it."
Are your ingredients in the list of Annexes presented in the Cosmetic Regulation? Do you know if they are PROHIBITED, ALLOWED WITH RESTRICTIONS or BANNED?
This service is where we revise your formula to make sure your ingredient does not fall under the annexes mentioned above.
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