Navigating cosmetics European and International Markets To create a cosmetic label suitable for multiple countries can be a challenging task due to varying regulations and languages. BIORIUS, an expert in cosmetic regulations, has assisted numerous brands in selling their products worldwide. Compliance with packaging requirements, especially in the European Union (EU), United Kingdom (UK), and […]
With this article, we will take a detailed look together at what the European Cosmetics Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009 consists of, what its main purpose is, and what the most important points are.
The cosmetic labeling requirements are quite complicated and even more in Europe! It’s a great idea to start selling your cosmetics products in EU and UK because these cosmetics and personal care markets are, along-side the USA, the largest markets for cosmetic products in the world (Valued at €80 billion at retail sales price in […]
Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) in the form of some powders is no longer considered as a carcinogenic compound via inhalation in the European Union The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has recently announced the cancellation of the CLP regulation (2020/217 regulation) known as ATP14, with regard to the harmonised classification and labelling of […]
Cosmetics regulatory updates in the European Union The European Union is constantly changing or adding new legal requirements ruling over cosmetics. A thorough legal watch is a must in Europe, and it is one of the first duties of the EU Responsible Person. Expert in regulatory affairs, BIORIUS is keeping track of every update as […]
Do you wish to start selling detergents in Europe? Well, Biorius, your Regulatory Expert, can also completely help you with this matter. For your information, in order to be sold in Europe, detergents have to comply with: Detergents Regulation 648/2004 CLP Regulation 1272/2008 REACh Regulation 1907/2006 Biocidal regulation 528/2012 (depending on the property of the […]
What makes your product a cosmetic in the European Union and the United Kingdom During the product’s development phase, brands or manufacturers are often confused about the categorisation. We were contacted more than once by companies with the same question: “Is our product considered a cosmetic or a medicinal product?”. In the most extreme cases, […]