The EU and UK cosmetics markets are both very attractive and difficult to access due to restrictive and demanding cosmetic regulations.
All cosmetic products marketed in the EU and in the UK must have some sort of passport to attest their compliance with the Cosmetics Regulation n ° 1223/2009 and technical texts. This passport is called the Product Information File and is made up of dozens of documents relating to the product's ingredients, the product itself, the manufacturing process, etc.
To reduce the time to market and create a compliant PIF from the first attempt, it is essential to understand the logic of the PIF and its constituent parts.
- What are the main steps for EU/UK compliance?
- What is a Product Information File and its parts?
- How to manage the efficient data collection and compiling of the PIF?
Cosmetics Regulatory Expert
Hélène graduated from the University of Nantes in "Development and control of health products - Cosmetology course". With experience in laboratories and consulting firms, Hélène brings her expertise on cosmetic regulations, in Europe and outside Europe.
Cosmetics Business Manager
Nataliya is Cosmetics Market Manager at EcoMundo. She has experience as Export Area Manager for one of the largest French B to B distributors of food products and as Sales Coordinator for a manufacturer and supplier of cosmetic raw materials.