Animal testing has always attracted a lot of attention from the industry because of its controversial nature.
The Product Information File (PIF) is one of the key elements for ensuring successful market entry of a cosmetic product in the European market.
Cosmetic Product Safety Reports (CPSRs) play a vital role in the cosmetics industry. CPSRs are mandated by law in numerous countries worldwide, especially in the European Union (EU) and United Kingdom (UK) markets.
As per the European Union (EU) regulations, any cosmetic product that is to be sold within the EU must have a designated Responsible Person (RP) who is responsible for ensuring that the product complies with all the applicable regulations.
Online cosmetic sales have become increasingly popular in recent years.
The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 27-member states located primarily in Europe. It represents one of the largest economic areas in the world, with a population of over 748 million people.
Hair colorants are classified as cosmetic products by the European Commission (EC) and are regulated under the regulation (EC) No: 1223/2009.
Brexit has brought about significant changes in the EU and the UK in terms of regulations affiliated with cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, personal care products and medical devices.
Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 imposes various requirements when it comes to placing a cosmetic or personal care product on the European market.
Labeling and packaging are the two (2) important stages in the product lifecycle. They allow the consumers to know more about the product and understand its appropriate usage.