The Australian cosmetics and personal care market is a very important and promising one. Let’s take a look together at cosmetic trends and regulations in this country.
This article considers the importance of the marketing communication of a cosmetic product by referring to REGULATION (EU) No 655/2013 and REGULATION (EC) No 1223/2009.
Top-selling cosmetics’ specificities you need to know to sell in the EU/UK Probiotics, prebiotics, waterless beauty, DIY or face gems, the 2002 cosmetic trends are reflecting the cosmetic industry’s pledge to a cleaner way of consumption. While every cosmetic must comply with the Regulation EC No 1223/2009 and the UK Cosmetics Regulation to be sold in […]
REACh is a complex European regulation nd we will try to explain it as simply and understandable as possible.
Firstly, it is important to note that the US and EU cosmetics regulations are completely different! The major difference is in the spirit of the law: The EU is a protective society: the key words are safety and certainty. The EU is very directive (or managerial) and leaves very little room to manufacturers by establishing […]
There are three main types of testing for cosmetic products in the EU/UK:
– Stability and Compatibility tests
– Challenge test (Preservative Efficacy Test, abbreviated PET)
– Microbiological Quality Analysis
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It’s no secret that Italy is one of the most important homelands of cosmetics. But how important is the Italian cosmetics market, taking into account cosmetics products that are produced in Italy and exported abroad and those produced abroad and imported into Italy?