It is now a legal requirement for all Cosmetic Products placed on the EU to abide by the Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009. The Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 requires that a Product Information File (PIF) and Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) are in place for each product prior to being placed on the EU market. The CPSR must be completed by a fully qualified European Safety Assessor.
Cosmetics Works will assess your cosmetic product in full. We can complete any safety testing required, complete your CPSR with margins of safety calculations and ingredient toxicology reports.
Cosmetics Works can register your products on the Cosmetic Product Notification Portal (CPNP) and provide you with your unique number required for selling in the EU.
Cosmetics Works Can provide you with Finished Product Safety Data Sheets (SDS) if required.
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The product labels must comply with the requirements of the Regulation and any claims made for the efficacy of the product must be substantiated.
Cosmetics Works conduct label reviews in keeping EU requirements. We also review product claims along with supporting data.
As set out in the CPSR details must be provided on the stability of the cosmetic product under reasonably foreseeable storage conditions. The CPSR also requires microbiological specification of the cosmetic product and the results of a preservation challenge test (PET). In addition, the CPSR requires relevant characteristics of packaging material, in particular purity and stability.
Cosmetics Works can look after any cosmetic safety product testing required at competitive prices.
For further details on Cosmetic products safety tests please see the section Cosmetic Product testing
The product must be notified to the European Commission through the Cosmetic Product Notification Portal (CPNP) before it is put onto the EU market.
Cosmetics Works will notify your products onto the CPNP.