If you produce private label cosmetics, it is important to be aware of the laws and regulations that apply to your products. For example, the products must be safe for consumers and must meet certain quality standards. On this page, you will find an overview of the main regulations and legislation applicable to private label cosmetics.
The Cosmetics Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 is the main legislation governing cosmetics in the European Union. The regulation contains a number of important provisions, such as the obligation to provide safe products and the obligation to include certain information on the label. In addition, the regulation also contains rules for the production, packaging and storage of cosmetics.
Besides the Cosmetics Regulation, there are a number of other laws and regulations you need to consider when producing private label cosmetics. For example, products must comply with health and safety legislation, such as the Cosmetics Act. Products must be PIf documented and CPNP notified in Brussels. We can relieve you of this.
If you want to know more about private label cosmetics regulations and legislation, feel free to contact Rapide’s experts. We can help you ensure your products meet all requirements.