Updating your Safety Assessment regularly ensures your cosmetic products are still compliant and avoids potential issues with the Competent Authorities (CA). Read all the details on our new post!
Learn more about the implications Brexit may have for the commercialization of your cosmetics products in the UK and EU markets.
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Answering questions on the cosmetics products labelling process. When should you label your product? Find out with Obelis' EU regulatory consulting team.
A simple guide to bringing your cosmetics products though the Cosmetics Products Notification Portal for total European Market compliance.
Bringing a new cosmetic product to the European market can, in the minds of some, be a long and arduous process with many hurdles to leap over along the way. While, to ensure quality and safety standards are adhered to, there are certainly factors each manufacturer must comply with, being put off or intimidated by the whole process is simply unnecessary. In this blog, we will try to put some worries to rest on the issue of notification and the European market.
It isn’t always easy to determine just how long it takes to register a cosmetic product for release on the European Market. In some cases it can be a lengthy process, in others quite brief. Read more about it.
Find out what implications EU cosmetics regulations have for the use of heavy metals (zinc, tin, lead, arsenic, cobalt, mercury, etc.) in cosmetic products.
The use of heavy metals in cosmetic products has always been a complicated issue around the world and remains so to this day. Get more information on this topic
New EC guidelines detail relevant data to be considered as minimum when detailing a Product Information File for cosmetic products on the EU market.