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Microplastic: Upcoming EU Regulation, an open letter and the impact for cosmetic products
Microplastic: Upcoming EU Regulation, an open letter and the impact for cosmetic products “Microplastic” in informal language usually refers to solid microparticles gained from synthetic polymers, typically described with a size of less than 5 mm, with a distinction made between two types depending on their origin: Microparticles unintentionally formed from larger products such as plasticMarch 27, 2023
Titanium dioxide – CMR classification annulled by European General Court
Titanium dioxide was classified as carcinogenic (Cat. 2), leading the European Commission to enacting Regulation (EU) 2020/217. Several manufacturers and other parties such as the Titanium Dioxide Manufacturers Association (TDMA) sued against this Regulation – and were finally successful. With the judgement of 23rd November 2022, the European General Court (EGC) concluded that Titanium dioxideMarch 13, 2023
New regulatory requirements for cosmetic products in the United States
New regulatory requirements for cosmetic products in the United States: Consolidated Appropriations Act 2023 In the end of 2022, the omnibus spending bill passed the Congress and has been signed into law on December 29. This bill includes more than 4000 pages and also includes an amendment to the US Federal Food, Drug, and CosmeticFebruary 8, 2023
French Regulation: Ban on the use of certain mineral oil components in printing inks intended for public use
On 13th April 2022, the French Regulation banning printing inks containing certain percentages of mineral oils has been issued by the French government. The ban of the affected substances will enter into force on 1st January 2023 and then apply to all printing ink technologies and printed products manufactured with them. Although a national regulation,November 1, 2022
European Cosmetics Consultants, MDSS Cosmetics, Offers Representation with EU Authorities For Guidance Through European Cosmetics Regulatory Affairs.
MDSS Cosmetics’ highly educated and trained European Representation teams, comprised of experts in the European Cosmetics market with over two decades of experience in European Regulatory Affairs, will assist you in bringing your brand of cosmetic products into the European marketplace, through our Responsible Person Service for Cosmetics, and the written evaluation (Safety Assessment) of the safety of the cosmetic products for your Product Information File.(PIF)
Utilizing MDSS Cosmetics as your company’s Authorized Representative for Cosmetics and Responsible Person (RP), assures your company that MDSS will be your legal representative in Europe, and the initial point of contact for European authorities.
United kingdom Cosmetic Information about the UK Responsible Person and UK Cosmeticss requirements will be available soon. For immediate information, please Contact Us or visit our UK Cosmetics website.
IT IS OUR JOB
It is our job, at MDSS Cosmetics, to understand the European Union regulations and requirements for cosmetics in the European Market, and to assist you in navigating through the required channels of European Regulatory Affairs, especially regarding Regulation 1223/2009. It is ultimately our guidance, in partnership with your company, which will help bring your products successfully to market.
✗ Product Notification via CPNP
✗ Product Information File (PIF)
✗ Handling of third party inquiries
✗ Safety Assessment
✗ Ingredients Review
✗ Labeling Review
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Responsible Person Service for Cosmetics
As your Cosmetics Responsible Person (RP), MDSS will be your legal representative in Europe and the initial point of contact for European authorities.
The safety assessment is required by Article 10 of the European Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009 for every cosmetic product on the European market and must in place in place prior to notification via CPNP.
Review of your product documentation considering the basic requirements of applicable European regulations and guidelines. Completion of the Product Information File (PIF).