The Spanish competent authority has updated its instructions for requesting authorisation for commercialising personal care products. Visit our page for more details!
Safety of toys: European Commission opens consultation on the use of titanium dioxide
In the European Union, it is essential that toys are safe for children and that all possible risks are minimized.
Green Transition to impose new obligations for manufacturers
The European Union has been focusing on sustainability to reach its goal of climate neutrality by 2050. Visit our page for more information!
Transition to non-animal testing methods: plans and actions in the EU
The Directive 2010/63/EU on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes aims to replace, reduce, and refine the use of animals used for scientific purposes
Obelis Group acquires SYNC Projects Ltd.
In February 2022, Obelis Group acquires SYNC Projects and expands its operations to the Israeli market, securing compliance in a new territory.
Call for change: safer, healthier toys in the European Union
The European Parliament has called for stronger regulations to guarantee that all toys marketed in the European Union are safe for children. Discover all the details!
Lilial and Zinc pyrithione banned in the EU
The bans will affect not only new products but also cosmetics already on shelves on the EU market that will need to be withdrawn.
Webinar: Overview of the last cosmetic changes during 2021
Learn about the last cosmetic changes during 2021 with our latest webinar!
Restriction on microplastics: the ECHA’s proposal
Useful information on microplastics and their correct use and disposal according to the ECHA. Read more on this topic on our webpage.
Toys containing aqueous media: New Revision of Protocol on Microbiological Safety
This protocol provides a specification of the microbiological requirements on toys covered by its scope and since there are no particular microbiological requirements for toys, the Notified Body toys group elaborated a protocol on the basis of the requirements for cosmetic products. Read more..