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Cosmetics labelling requirements EU (Regulation 1223/2009)
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents which information about the product needs to appear on a cosmetic product label in the EU, in order for it to be compliant with the regulation 1223/2009. Labelling is a very important part of the product both in terms of sales as well as in terms of being compliant with the relevant legislation. EU regulation 1223/2009 some poses specific requirements for the labelling of cosmetic products placed on the EU market. The following information has to appear on the labels: name and address of the responsible person, product's country of origin (if the manufacturer is from outside of the EU), nominal quantity or content, expiration date, particular precautions for use, batch number, function of the cosmetic product, list of ingredients. Ingredients have to be written in a descending order by concentration and according to their INCI names. What is also worth remembering is that certain things on the label (nominal content, expiration date if wording "best used before the end of" is used, particular precautions for use, function of the cosmetic product) have to be translated into the official languages of the countries where the product is going to be sold. Certain countries, like Belgium, request even more than one language on the label. Cosmetic manufacturers also write various claims for their products on the labels. They have to make sure that the claims made are in line with the definition of the cosmetic products in the EU, and that any claim made is also substantiated.
EU Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 and the role of Responsible Person (RP)
 
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Video taken at in-cosmetics Asia – http://www.asia.in-cosmetics.com Speaker is Lin Yang, Toxicologist, Delphic HSE Solutions (HK) Limited more info at http://www.delphichse.com/ To introduce a practical approach to compliance with the EU Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009, this presentation will cover: EU Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 * Cosmetic definitions and borderline products * Structure of the regulation and ingredient restrictions Responsible Person (RP) and the role of RP * Product Information File (PIF) preparation * Product labelling and claims review * CPNP notification and post market surveillance Watch this presentation to get more understanding of the EU cosmetic regulations and the regulatory requirements on placing cosmetic products into EU market. in-cosmetics Asia is the leading exhibition and conference in Asia Pacific for personal care ingredients – takes place in Bangkok, Thailand in October/November and is focused on personal care raw materials and manufacturing – more info at http://www.asia.in-cosmetics.com
Views: 162 in-cosmetics
Steps to the EU market for cosmetic products
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents the steps which cosmetic product manufacturers need to take in order to be able to sell their products in the EU. The rough steps for placing the cosmetic products on the market are the following: classify your product, assign a responsible person, compile the product information file, notify your product to the CPNP, put your cosmetic product on the EU market. You have to remember that you should also always keep the product information file updated. For the classification of your products you should check the definition of cosmetic products in the EU, which can be found in the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009. The second step is to assign a responsible person. This is requested the EU cosmetics regulation by saying: "Only cosmetic products for which a legal or natural person is designated within the Community as "responsible person" shall be placed on the market." Responsible person has to be designated by a written mandate and has to accept this role in writing. Product information file (PIF) is a basis for pre-market notification of cosmetic products. The product information file contains various information about the cosmetic product, including raw material specifications, finished products specifications, packaging specifications, cosmetic product safety report (CPSR), labelling etc. The last step before you can place the cosmetic product on the market is the notification of your product to the CPNP portal. Product notification has to be performed by the responsible person. The links which are mentioned in the clip are the following: - cosmetic product definition: http://www.ceway.eu/is-your-product-even-a-cosmetic-product/ - responsible person: http://www.ceway.eu/european-responsible-person-rp/ - product information file: http://www.ceway.eu/product-information-file-pif/ - cosmetic notification: http://www.ceway.eu/notification-process/
BIORIUS - EU COSMETIC REGULATION   How to register in EU?
 
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If you are a none-European cosmetic brand or manufacturer, this video is for you. Learn about the complex EU Cosmetic Regulation EU 1223-2009 in a comprehensive way.
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Cosmetic products animal testing in the EU - legislation
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents the rules and legislation regarding animal testing of cosmetic products in the EU and its development over the last few years. The regulation that covers cosmetic products animal testing is regulation 1223/2009. Cosmetic products animal testing is prohibited in the EU since 11. March 2013, and this prohibition applies to all of the products placed on the EU market -- those produced in the EU, and those imported from outside of the EU alike. The prohibition of animal testing in the EU was gradual. Initially, on the 11th September 2004, animal testing of finished cosmetic products became prohibited. In March 2009 prohibition of testing of ingredients or combinations of ingredients on animals came into force, as well as the marketing ban of cosmetic products and ingredients which have been tested on animals in order to meet the requirements of the EU cosmetics legislation. Since then only animal testing to demonstrate the safety of cosmetic products for the most complex human health effects (repeat-dose systemic toxicity, skin sensitisation, carcinogenicity, reproductive toxicity and toxicokinetics) was allowed, but even that became banned in March 2013. However, data obtained from animal testing prior to these dates can continue to be relied upon in the safety assessments of cosmetic products.
Cosmetic products EU responsible person (RP)
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents who a cosmetics responsible person, what are his tasks, and why is a cosmetics responsible person needed in the EU. "Only cosmetic products for which a legal or a natural person is designated within the Community as the responsible person shall be placed on the market" says the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009. Responsible person can be any natural or legal person, who has to be established within the EU. There can be only one responsible person per product in the whole EU. Responsible person can be one of the following: product manufacturer (if EU based), product importer, distributor, or a person or a company designated to act as the Responsible person, which has to accept this role in writing. Responsible person's task is basically to ensure compliance of the cosmetic products with the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009. Some additional tasks include: responsible person has to inform the competent authorities if a cosmetic product represents a risk to human health; if necessary take any appropriate measures to bring the product info conformity; cooperate with the EU competent authorities at their request; in the event of serious undesirable effects, notify the competent authority of the Member State where the serious undesirable effect occurred. Responsible person also has to keep the product information files at his address indicated on the label and perform the notification of cosmetic products to the CPNP portal.
Labelling Instructions for Cosmetic Products in the EU
 
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The final artwork of a cosmetic product labelling, must follow certain rules - find out how you can achieve your product's compliance with the regulations of the EU market!
Views: 233 Obelis Group
Product Regulations in the European Union: Video Tutorial
 
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Product safety standards, labeling requirements, mandatory documents and lab testing when importing and selling products in the European Union (EU). If you found this video useful, click here to learn how we can help you: https://www.chinaimportal.com/all-categories/
Views: 517 ChinaImportal.com
EU cosmetics notification - CPNP portal
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents the EU cosmetics notification process, notification requirements, the difference between the notification under the directive 76/768/EEC and under the regulation 1223/2009 etc. Notification is a pre-market requirement, so it has to be performed before the product can be placed on the EU market, and it has to be performed by the Responsible person for that product in the EU. Before any cosmetic product can be placed on the EU market, it has to be notified to the CPNP -- cosmetic products notification portal. Product notification is the last step before the product can be placed on the EU market, and by making the notification, the Responsible person ensures that the product information file is compiled and that the product is compliant with the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009. Responsible person has to upload various information and documents to the CPNP, such as the product name, category, EU member state of placing the product on the market, physical state, packaging type, product formula, product labelling, product packaging photo etc. Products containing nanomaterials have to be notified to the CPNP 6 months prior to being placed on the market. Also after the notification has been performed, the product information file for the notified products has to be kept updated at all times.
European Regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP)
 
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We changed the labelling of our products. The change is required by all EU Member States to meet the European regulation on classification, labelling and packaging (CLP) of substances and mixtures. The CLP Regulation ensures that the hazards posed by certain chemicals are clearly explained to workers and consumers in the EU through clear classification and labelling. The legislation will bring the EU into line with the United Nations' Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). In time, this worldwide standard will replace the old European labelling systems. The new regulation means the symbols and the hazard wording on the paint labels will be different in style and there will be some new pictograms. If you would like to familiarise yourself further with the new CLP requirements, please visit http://echa.europa.eu/regulations/clp . Our Safety Data Sheets will show both types of classification until June 2015, but you can always check our website for SDSs and additional information if you are unsure. http://www.spieshecker.com/sds
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Story by L'Oréal - The New European Cosmetics Regulation
 
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Transforming a constraint to an opportunity: On July 11 2013, the European Commission strengthened the safety of cosmetics by streamlining the framework for all operators in the sector. Story by L'Oréal - The New European Cosmetics Regulation Subscribe now for the latest content from L'Oreal: http://bit.ly/YqZUxj Like Careers at L'Oréal on Facebook: http://goo.gl/5L1Ifm Follow L'Oreal on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/Yt0wmi Follow Careers at L'Oreal on Twitter: http://bit.ly/ZadYRP Follow L'Oreal on Twitter: http://bit.ly/YX2bm3 Get to know more about L'Oreal on our official site: http://careers.loreal.com Giving meaning to beauty, by sharing growth, underlies L'Oreal's citizen commitment. The Group's initiatives illustrate the commitment of all its employees and partners around the world, who are willing to support projects that benefit communities, are consistent with the Group's activities and meet real social needs. Story by L'Oréal - The New European Cosmetics Regulation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbUuxVb1z-k&feature=youtu.be
Views: 1442 L'Oréal Talent
Cosmetic products claims in the EU
 
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http://www.ceway.eu Which claims can you make for cosmetic products in the EU and which are prohibited? Which legislation regulates cosmetic product claims? What do you have to do to prove the claims that you make? This CE.way Regulatory Consultants video clip presents the requirements and guidelines regarding claims that can or can not be made for cosmetic products in the EU. It presents what the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009 says about cosmetic product claims, as well as the EU regulation 655/2013, which was specifically published to introduce some common criteria regarding cosmetic product clams in 2013. Cosmetic product claims have to be in line with the definition of the cosmetic products in the EU. Cosmetic product definition in the EU is the following: "'cosmetic product' means any substance or mixture intended to be placed in contact with the external parts of the human body (epidermis, hair system, nails, lips and external genital organs) or with the teeth and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity with a view exclusively or mainly to cleaning them, perfuming them, changing their appearance, protecting them, keeping them in good condition or correcting body odours" This means that cosmetic products should not claim that they treat or prevent diseases in human beings. Therefore words or phrases such as: cures, heals, treats, restores, prevents, clears, protects against disease, helps control the symptoms of, traditionally used for treatment of, strengthens the immune system etc. are not allowed. As consumers should be protected from misleading claims, each claim made on the cosmetic product, except for the obvious ones (like lipstick colours your lips) or clear exaggerations, have to be substantiated.
Eurinfo: Toy security to be improved with EU regulation
 
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Eurinfo program about toy security produced by the European Parliament.
Views: 103 EURACTIV
Which products are cosmetic products? EU cosmetic products definition
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents the definition of cosmetic products in the EU and which products are considered to be cosmetic products in the EU. Cosmetic products definition in the EU is provided in the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009: "'cosmetic product' means any substance or mixture intended to be placed in contact with the external parts of the human body (epidermis, hair system, nails, lips and external genital organs) or with the teeth and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity with a view exclusively or mainly to cleaning them, perfuming them, changing their appearance, protecting them, keeping them in good condition or correcting body odours;" Besides giving the definition, the cosmetics regulation also lists some categories of cosmetic products. These are: creams, emulsions, lotions, gels and oils for the skin, face masks, tinted bases, make-up powders, after-bath powders, hygienic powders, toilet soaps, deodorant soaps, perfumes, bath and shower preparations, toilet waters and eau de cologne, depilatories, deodorants and anti-perspirants, hair colorants, hair setting products, products for waiving, straightening and fixing hair, hair cleansing products, hair conditioning products, hairdressing products, shaving products, make-up products and products removing make-up, products intended for application to the lips, products for care of the teeth and the mouth, products for nail care and make-up, products for external intimate hygiene, sunbathing products, skin-whitening products, anti-wrinkle products. Products intended to be ingested, inhaled, injected or implanted into the human body do not fall under the definition of cosmetics. Cosmetic products should also conform with the requirements regarding prohibited substances, restricted substances, colorants, preservatives and UV filters, and claims made for cosmetic products should be in line with the definition of the cosmetic products in the EU as written above. If a product has properties of cosmetic products as well as certain other types of products, it's called a borderline product, and in that case a case-by-case assessment has to be made to determine which legislation this product has to comply with.
Product Information File (PIF)  & EU Market Timeline
 
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"When a cosmetic product is placed on the market, the responsible person shall keep a product information file (PIF) available for it" - Cosmetic Regulation EC 1223/2009, Article 11.1 Learn about the basics of the "EU Dossier", technical file or more appropriately under the Cosmetic Regulation EC 1223/2009 - Product Information File as well as the importance of the EU Responsible Person in compiling, keeping and updating this crucial piece of your product compliance and the timeline to doing so. Article 11 - PIF Contents 1. Product Description & intent of use 2. Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) - Safety Information (Part A), Safety Assessment (Part B) 3. Method of Manufacture & GMP (ISO 22716) 4. Proof of effect claimed 5. Data on Animal Testing 6. Labeling You will get an in-depth view of each of the above elements along with the expected timeline to gaining compliance, in turn, allowing you to be that much closer to achieving EU Compliance and success in the EU Market!
Views: 2899 Obelis Group
Aerosol dispensers labelling requirements in the EU
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents the labelling requirements for products packaged in aerosol dispensers in the EU. These requirements are represented in the aerosol dispensers directive 75/324/EEC and its updates -- directives 94/1/EC and directive 2008/47/EC.
Birgit Huber (IKW): Update on cosmetic regulation
 
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Birgit Huber, Deputy Director General at IKW, talks about the latest challenges in cosmetics legislation. she points out that the EU comission is working on the regulations concerning endokrine disruption substances in cosmetics. Huber espects two further publications to be ready in the near future: A catalogue of nano materials and a report on claims to check if companies follow claim regulations from 2 years ago. The EU comission is also preparing guidelines on free-from claims and anti allergenics and is working working on positive list for hair dyes. After the discussion about preservatives, the comission is also working on campaign to inform consumers about the need for preservatives in cosmetics.
Views: 75 Cossmatv
Understanding  FDA Cosmetic Labeling
 
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3 Astonishing Difference between US and EU labeling requirements. TellurideGlow.com
Views: 333 Mary Alice Heape
How to label your cosmetic products in the EU
 
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Are you confused by what to put on your label? This is an overview to help you and detail what you need to include. Just putting a Strawberry Bar of Soap is not enough! *This is based on our understanding of the current EU Regulations for Cosmetics as of May 2014. Do check with your local Trading Standards office for further clarification if there are any points you are unsure of.
Views: 1694 Just a Soap
Overview of US Cosmetic Regulations
 
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A brief introduction to the cosmetic regulation in the United States If you have any questions, please leave a comment below, or visit us at http://www.focalpointresearch.ca
in-cosmetics 2010: EU Cosmetics Regulation
 
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The Cosmetics Regulation new EU Law was published in December 2009. It affects all companies that manufacture or import into the European Union and came into force January this year. Dr Annelie Struessmann from CONSUBAT discusses. The 'New European Regulation on Cosmetic Products' Seminar will take place on 14 April 2010 at in-cosmetics.
Views: 377 in-cosmetics
Complete EU cosmetics compliance package
 
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http://www.ceway.eu Description of CE.way's complete EU cosmetics compliance package.
Defining European Responsible Person (EU RP)
 
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www.obeliscosmetics.net EU Cosmetics Regulation EC 1223/2009 Article 4.1- EU Responsible Person Requirement Topics to be covered: How do you designate an EU Responsible person? How should the manufacturer choose who is to serve as their EU Responsible Person? Who needs an EU Responsible Person? What happens when the EU distributor makes changes to the product? What are the risks of electing a distributor? What is the procedure to replace your current EU RP?
Views: 1081 Obelis Group
EU Cosmetics Notification
 
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www.obeliscosmetics.net - EU Cosmetics Notification explained Topics to be covered: What is a notification process? What is CPNP portal? Which information has to be provided in CPNP? Who has access to CPNP? What is the role of the Responsible Person (RP) in the notification process? What are the risks related to notification process?
Views: 378 Obelis Group
Cosmetics product information file (PIF)
 
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http://www.ceway.eu This clip presents what is a cosmetics product information file (PIF) and which information it consists of. Each product placed on the EU market needs to have a product information file (PIF) compiled. The product information file has to be kept by the Responsible person at their address specified on the cosmetic product label, readily accessible in electronic or other format to the competent authorities of the Member state in which the PIF is kept, available in a language which can be easily understood by the local competent authorities, for a period of ten years following the date on which the last batch of the cosmetic product was placed on the EU market. Product information file has to be kept at one single address in the EU and it must always be kept updated and compliant with the regulation 1223/2009. PIF has to contain the following information and data: a description of the cosmetic product, cosmetic product safety report, a description of the method of manufacturing and a statement on good manufacturing practice (GMP) compliance, proof of the effect claimed of the product, any data on animal testing. Cosmetic product safety report is then further divided into 2 parts: part A is the safety information, and part B is the cosmetic product safety assessment, which has to be performed by a properly qualified safety assessor. Safety assessor needs to be knowledgeable in the EU regulation 1223/2009 and needs to have formal proof of qualifications from the fields of pharmacy, toxicology, medicine or a similar discipline, or a course recognized as equivalent by an EU Member State.
Overview of Canadian Cosmetic Regulations
 
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A brief introduction to the regulation of cosmetics in Canada. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below, or visit our website at http://www.focalpointresearch.ca
Big Wipes - Overview & Demonstration
 
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These innovative dual-sided scrubs with clean Quad Fabric absorb and grip 40% more grime with every wipe, so you can mop up even the toughest dirt in the quickest time. The abrasive side removes the most stubborn and dried-on filth, while the smooth side soaks up any excess, leaving no mess. The firm grip, no-slip textile ensures reduced slippage, high tear resistance and no pilling. All Big Wipes are dermatologically tested and assessed to the latest EU Regulation 1223/2009 for cosmetic products. The water-based formula is preservative-free, biodegradable and offers more than 99% antibacterial protection. To purchase: https://www.axminster.co.uk/big-wipes-heavy-duty-hand-wipes-80-wipe-tub-104866 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOP - http://www.axminster.co.uk BLOG - http://knowledge.axminster.co.uk/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/axminstertoolcentre EBAY STORE - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/axminstertoolcentre CALL (UK) - 0800 371822
The Implications of Brexit from the Perspective of the Cosmetics Industry
 
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CTPA explains the process of exiting the EU, Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the UK political impact and the impact on the cosmetics industry and the Cosmetics Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009. This Webinar was originally broadcast on 31 January 2017.
Views: 554 The CTPA
Toy Compliance – US & EU Regulations & Top Product Recalls of 2016
 
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AI was proud to have hosted a comprehensive seminar on EU and US toy safety regulations on Thursday 12 January 2017. The presentation delivered by our compliance expert Dr. Ann Leung covers the following topics: • Mandatory and voluntary safety regulations of the EU and the USA • Top product recalls of 2016
Views: 403 AsiaInspection
Food Regulation in the EU and US Compared
 
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"Food Regulation in the EU and US Compared"
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Update on Chinese cosmetic regulation and its potential impacts
 
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Video taken at in-cosmetics Asia – http://www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Since 2015, the Chinese cosmetic regulatory environment has changed a lot: the revision of Cosmetic Safety and Technical Standards, the issuing of Cosmetic Safety Assessment Guidance, the adjustment on the new plant ingredient registration and the latest progress on the umbrella law reform. Join us as Tommy Kong, General Manager of the Cosmetic Division in the REACH24H Consulting Group discusses these changes. This session will provide an overview of China’s cosmetic regulatory system and the recent regulatory changes as well as the impacts on imported cosmetic products and ingredients. in-cosmetics Asia is the leading exhibition and conference in Asia Pacific for personal care ingredients – takes place in Bangkok, Thailand in October/November and is focused on personal care raw materials and manufacturing – more info at http://www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Speaker is Tommy Kong, General Manager at ChemLinked, more info at www.chemlinked.com
Views: 119 in-cosmetics
Indian Cosmetic Regulation Webinar
 
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For more information please visit our website- www.cliniexperts.com or you may drop us a mail at [email protected] This video gives a brief understanding of the registration of cosmetic products in India. History - The Drug and Cosmetic Act 1940 is an act of the parliament of India which regulates the import, manufacture and distribution of drugs and cosmetics in India. - The Rules of this act were passed by the India’s parliament in 1945 and has undergone several amendments since then. - The primary objective of this act is to ensure that the drugs and cosmetics sold in India are safe, effective and conform to the quality standards. - In India the cosmetics are regulated by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO). - The DCGI, is the head of CDSCO, who regulates all the activities in India. - Prior to 2010, the importers were freely importing the cosmetics in India. Then in 2010, there was need felt to regulate cosmetic importation in India. - On May 19, 2010 the Government of India issued a Gazette Notification dated 19th May 2010 for amending the Drugs & Cosmetics Rules, 1945 providing a provision for registration of cosmetics into the Country before import. - When gazette came it remained in suspended state till March 2013 when the govt. finally decided on 1st April 2013 to implement the Cosmetic registration with immediate effect. - Rules were now called as Drugs and Cosmetics (Amendment) Rules, 2010 which came into force from 1st April 2011 and finally were effective from April 1, 2013. - The heading “IMPORT OF COSMETICS” in Part XIII were now called as “IMPORT AND REGISTRATION OF COSMETICS”.
Views: 3713 CliniExperts Services
Regulatory Cosmetics Consulting
 
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In these slides, Di Renzo Regulatory Affairs will show you some of services offered to cosmetic companies that have to comply with regulation EC 1223/2009. Cosmetic companies should comply with the regulation entered into force on 11th July 2013 and provides for a specific notification procedure of cosmetic products, required for their marketing. http://www.cosmeticsconsulting.biz/en/
Avoiding EU bureaucracy in the medical devices sector - Julia Reid MEP
 
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 04 April 2017 • Julia Reid MEP, UK Independence Party (South West), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) Group - @julia_reid juliareid.co.uk • Joint debate: Medical devices 1. Medical devices - Recommendation for second reading: Glenis Willmott (A8-0068/2017) Recommendation for second reading on the Council position at first reading with a view to the adoption of a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on medical devices, amending Directive 2001/83/EC, Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 and Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 and repealing Council Directives 90/385/EEC and 93/42/EEC [10728/4/2016 - C8-0104/2017 - 2012/0266(COD)] Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety 2. In vitro diagnostic medical devices - Recommendation for second reading: Peter Liese (A8-0069/2017) Recommendation for second reading on the Council position at first reading with a view to the adoption of a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on in vitro diagnostic medical devices and repealing Directive 98/79/EC and Commission Decision 2010/227/EU [10729/4/2016 - C8-0105/2017 - 2012/0267(COD)] Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Views: 165 UKIP MEPs
Cosmetics Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) - ISO 22716
 
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http://www.ceway.eu Cosmetic products placed on the EU market have to be produced according to the good manufacturing practice or GMP standard ISO 22716. This clip presents the cosmetics good manufacturing practice and standard ISO 22716. Cosmetics good manufacturing practice is one of the pillars of the EU cosmetics regulation 1223/2009. Compliance with good manufacturing practice is presumed where the manufacture is in accordance with the relevant harmonised standards, the references of which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. This harmonized standard is ISO 22716. ISO 22716 is an international standard used in various countries, and it has links to many other cosmetic regulations around the world. ISO 22716 gives guidance for the production, control, storage and shipment of cosmetic products. It deals with all aspects of the supply chain of cosmetic products. It covers the quality aspects of the products, but it does not cover: safety aspects for the personnel engaged in the plant, protection of the environment, and it is not applicable to research and development activities. Good manufacturing practice GMP standard ISO 22716 provides guidance in a number of areas, which can be broadly divided into 5 categories: personnel, premises and equipment, production, quality control, quality systems.
Cosmetic ingredients banned in the EU
 
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Did you know that over 1300 ingredients have been banned in Europe but only 11 or so in the United States? Here's a cosmetic chemists look at whether this should be something to worry about.
Views: 173 CosmeticChemist
Propharm Cosmetics are Your Cosmetics (Olive Touch - BTouch)
 
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Propharm Cosmetics produce and distribute cosmetics allover the world. Vist www.propharm.com.gr for more. The experienced and qualified scientific and technical staff, the careful selection of raw and packaging materials in combination with the strict quality controls carried out both in the company's laboratories as well as in the external laboratories of our partner, the Hellenic Institute of Research and Evaluation of Cosmetic Products, ensure the excellent quality of all our cosmetic products. All products manufactured and intended for sale are subject to the Regulation on cosmetic products (Regulation (ΕC) No 1223/2009 as amended in July 2013). All our cosmetic products meet the requirements set out by the European Union, are accompanied by a complete file (dermatological tests, challenge tests, safety assessment, stability assessment, etc.) and are notified in the European Notification System called the Cosmetic Products Notification Portal (CPNP), which was created for the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament. PROPHARM manufactures and distributes its own complete line of cosmetic products (86 in total) under the OLIVE TOUCH brand, made with organic olive oil, also the CAVIAR LUXURY COLLECTION with sturgeon caviar extract and our brand new BLACK LAVA EFFECT cosmetic line with volcanic lava. Also, PROPHARM manufactures a professional cosmetic line for hotels, spa and beauty centers as well. Ask us about B TOUCH (35 cabin products + 12 resale products). PROPHARM's core business is the manufacture of high-quality private-label products for interested clients.
EU Safety Assessment
 
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Learn more about demonstrating your EU Compliance through the EU Safety Assessment (Cosmetic Product Safety Report).
Views: 790 Obelis Group
Chapter 2 - Benefiting from EU regulations
 
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EU membership has transformed Malta’s fortunes as a financial centre, allowing access to new markets and assuring clients about regulatory strength
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Current Issues in the Safety and Labeling of Cosmetics
 
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Linda Katz, Office of Cosmetics and Colors This presentation discusses FDA's regulation of cosmetics in the United States, including the laws and regulations that apply to cosmetics. It describes how FDA monitors cosmetic safety and oversees compliance with these laws and regulations, and how FDA works with partners in the international arena, including some of the challenges of ensuring the safety of cosmetics. [vpcosmetics]
Views: 15972 USFoodandDrugAdmin
CPNP notification
 
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http://www.ceway.eu Description of CE.way's CPNP notification service for cosmetic products.
How to remove expanding foam, silicone and general grime? Big Wipes hand and surface cleaning wipes!
 
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The unique biodegradable, water-based formulation of 4x power cleansers ensures the removal of paint, adhesives, oil, sealants, silicones, PU foam and general grime. Preservative-free and designed to meet tough EU Regulation 1223/2009 for Cosmetic Products, Big Wipes Heavy-Duty wipes contain 4x skin conditioners - Aloe Vera, Lanolin, Vitamin E and Glycerine -- all helping to nourish and protect the skin.
Views: 11770 Big Wipes
Peppy Hair Colour Spray Pearl Effect
 
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Visit us at http://www.peppygroup.com/ Create stunning new looks with our best-selling hair colour spray. The product’s non-liquid formula produces a smear and drip free mist that dries on application. Choose from a range of 18 vibrant colours that last up to 24 hours. To remove, simply rinse with water and shampoo. Fully compliant with UK and EU regulations. Creativity We bring to market commercially viable innovations through diligent market analysis and technical development. Sustainability We see sustainability as the key driver of innovation and take a proactive approach in minimising emissions footprint throughout the entire production cycle. Compliance Peppy Group (UK) is a registered member of the British Aerosol Manufacturers Association (BAMA). In-house R&D, production and QC processes are closely controlled to ensure conformity with all the latest UK and EU regulatory requirements, covering key regulatory requirements as outlined in: • EU Cosmetics Regulation (1223/2009/EC) • Aerosol Dispensers Directive (75/324/EEC) • Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation (EC 1272/2008) • Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (EC 1907/2006) • EU F-Gases Regulation (EU 517/2014) • European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Our Service We take a customer first approach so whether it’s discussions about introducing Peppy’s products into your existing distribution network or technical aspects of our private label solutions, we are always here to help. Quality Manufacturing Our products are manufactured directly from our world class professional production facilities. They were ISO 9001:2008 approved and met the rigorous Walmart Factory Audit approval for many years.
Views: 15 Peppy Group UK
Medical Devices: It's all about the big companies
 
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | Join UKIP: http://ukip.datawareonline.co.uk/JoinOnline.aspx?type=1 • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 22 October 2013 • Speaker: Derek Clark MEP, UKIP (East Midlands), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group http://www.derekclarkmep.org.uk • Joint debate: Medical devices 1. In vitro diagnostic medical devices Report: Peter Liese (A7-0327/2013) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on in vitro diagnostic medical devices [COM(2012)0541 - C7-0317/2012 - 2012/0267(COD)] Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety 2. Medical devices Report: Dagmar Roth-Behrendt (A7-0324/2013) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on medical devices, and amending Directive 2001/83/EC, Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 and Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 [COM(2012)0542 - C7-0318/2012 - 2012/0266(COD)] Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety ..................................................... • Video source: EbS (European Parliament) ............................................................. EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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This video is for those of you who are wondering how to register a cosmetic product in Europe according to the new EU Regulation 2013. You may be a cosmetic chemist, a business men or woman or working for a cosmetic company and your boss has asked that you make sure products can legally be sold in Europe. So you came to the right place to have brief and comprehensive information on EU regulatory affairs.
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