From the current market trends, it is evident that Philippines is growing rapidly in the cosmetic products sector. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (formerly known as the Bureau of Food and Drugs) under the Department of Health is responsible for regulating cosmetic products and ensuring the safety, purity, and quality of cosmetics distributed in the Philippines market.
In Philippines, all cosmetic product companies are required to obtain a License to Operate (LTO) prior to manufacturing, importation, distribution, and sale of cosmetics. The License to Operate (LTO) is issued to ensure the establishments that the imported and distributed cosmetics are duly registered with the FDA.
Freyr offers Regulatory support to companies by developing well-defined market strategies to ensure compliant market-entry in Philippines, while adhering to all the necessary requirements. Freyr provides end-to-end Regulatory services to assist with processes, such as, LTO procurement, registration, and other post-approval activities.
- Product Classification
- Formulation Review
- Claims Review
- Regulatory Intelligence
- Label Review as per Philippines FDA
- Product Information File Compilation
- Cosmetic Product Notification with the Philippines FDA
- License to Operate (LTO) in Philippines
- Ministry of Health (MOH) Audit Consultancy
End-to-end cosmetic Regulatory consultation
Qualified team of experts with hands-on experience across all cosmetic categories such as skin care, hair care, infant care, oral care, beauty products, etc.
Support for region-specific Regulatory complexities
Strategic local Health Authority contacts
Structured and cost-effective approach to ensure compliance
Quick turnarounds and faster time-to-market