The marketing of a cosmetic product is regulated by various laws and regulations throughout the world. Here are some examples of important regulations:
European regulation: The EU cosmetic regulation is governed by the European Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009. It establishes requirements for the safety, labeling and registration of cosmetic products before they are placed on the market.
U.S. Regulations: Cosmetic regulations in the United States are governed by the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). It establishes safety, labeling and ingredient declaration requirements for cosmetic products.
Canadian Regulations: Canada's cosmetic regulations are governed by the Food and Drugs Act. It establishes safety, labelling and ingredient declaration requirements for cosmetic products.
It is important to note that regulatory requirements can vary widely from country to country, so it is important to comply with the regulatory requirements in the country where the product will be marketed. It is also important to have the labeling information and ingredients verified by qualified professionals before marketing a cosmetic product.
Important: Drafting of the cosmetic file.
A cosmetic product information file (CPIF) is a document that contains detailed information about a cosmetic product, including its composition, method of use, properties, warnings and instructions. It is submitted by the manufacturer or importer when a cosmetic product is placed on the market. The DIPC is used to verify that the product meets regulatory requirements and to ensure the safety of users. It may include information on ingredients, physical properties, safety studies, performance studies, clinical trials, instructions for use, warnings and labeling.