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Before a cosmetic can be sold in Europe (31 countries) or in the UK, it needs to be notified on the Cosmetic Product Notification Portal if the product is intended to be sold in Europe and on the Submit Cosmetic Product Notifications if the target market is Great Britain. After the notification, the product will receive a unique number that will allow customs and authorities to identify it clearly. It is usually the Responsible Person who notifies the product on its own CPNP or SCPN Account.

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The “Responsible Person” is a vital figure in the beauty and cosmetics sector, acting as the primary contact for ensuring cosmetic goods are in line with the rigorous safety and regulatory standards established by the EU frameworks. Only cosmetic products for which a natural or legal person has been designated as a ‘responsible person’ shall be placed on the market. The obligations of the Reponsible Person are: •to ensure that the Safety Assessment of the cosmetic has been carried out by a Safety Assessor, •to maintain specific information on the product it places on the market and make sure it remains up to date. •to handle the inspections carried out by the authorities; •to perform regulatory watch to make sure the PIF remains compliant throughout its lifetime on the market Trust professionals to handle this crucial role with care and give you peace of mind.

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Having an International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI) name for each ingredient is absolutely mandatory for every personal care product, allowing customers to identify the product’s content before making the purchase. However, it can happen that you are using an ingredient that is so unique, rare or sourced in remote places that it does not have an International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients name yet. In that case, to be able to use it in a product in Europe or the UK, it will need to be registered via the Personal Care Products Council. By going through the application process with PCPC, an ingredient will receive a unique INCI name systematically generated and internationally identified. Let our experts guide you through this process and optimise your chances for the new INCI name to be approved.

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All cosmetic products must display the following mandatory information on both the container (inner label) and packaging (outer label): - Name and address of the Responsible Person - Nominal content - Date of minimum duration or PAO - Country of origin (if the product is imported into the community) - Product function (unless it’s clear from its presentation) However, there are exceptions for the following three items, which we will discuss in detail later in this article. - Warnings - Batch number - INCI list Please keep in mind that the items mentioned above are specified in EU Regulation 1223/2009, which outlines the requirements for cosmetics. However, it’s important to understand that various laws govern product labelling, such as the Packaging & Waste regulations, which can vary from country to country. We encourage you to explore our article on Labelling and Packaging Regulations for more information, including details about recycling symbols.

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If you want to sell your cosmetics in Europe and the United Kingdom it is vital that they comply with EU regulation (CE) 1223/2009, which applies in 31 EU countries and the UK. This is widely considered to be the strictest regulation in the world. There are numerous criteria to consider when assessing the compliance of cosmetic products for Europe, which requires a safety assessor to examine all the documentation covering the ingredients used in the product's composition. The safety assessor also studies relevant toxicological data in order to establish a cosmetic product safety report (CPSR). Only at the end of this assessment can the product information file be completed and the product labels reviewed to ensure they include all the requisite information. The final phase of every registration project is to submit the notification to the appropriate portal (CPNP and/or SCPN). Taobé Consulting is cosmetic regulatory service provider with offices in Brussels (EU) and London (UK). We are experts at the registration of cosmetics in Europe and Great Britain. We create the CPSR, product Information File (PIF), check the formula, labels and claims for compliance. Taobé Consulting can also act as your EU and UK Responsible Person and notify your products on the CPNP and SCPN. In need of a regulatory service for another market? We’ll introduce you to one of our partners from our global network. Let’s talk! We are fluent in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese.

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Meet our founder in LA

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Our founder, Anaïs Thys, will be in Los Angeles from May 27 to 31 for business meetings. Do not hesitate to contact us to book a time with her to discuss your cosmetic regulatory needs for Europe and the United Kingdom.

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1040 Brussels - Belgium

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  • Company headcount
    1 – 10
  • Sales staff
    1 – 10
  • % of export sales
    90%

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  • Year established
    2017
  • pages.epage-home.site-status
    Registered office – Parent company
  • Main activity
    Service Provider

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Activities of TAOBÉ CONSULTING

  • Perfume and beauty products
  • compliance
  • Cosmetics
  • Cosmetic certification
  • beauty industry
  • Regulatory compliance
  • compliance for cosmetics
  • CPNP
  • Compliance of cosmetic products
  • Labelling compliance