COSMETIC PRODUCT SAFETY REPORT – CPSR:
Are you selling or planning to sell cosmetic products in UK and EU regions or importing/exporting to or from UK or EU, then all of your product range must be supported with cosmetic product safety report (CPSR) in compliance with regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009 to assure product safety with the help of safety assessment.
We are offering cosmetic product safety reports (CPSR) covering wide range of products that are not limited to soaps, bath bombs, bath melts, truffles, pour soap essential oils, bath & body oils, body lotions, body butters, hair products, face oils, face creams, face balms, lip balms, beard balms, beard oils, face scrubs, body scrubs, face masks and various other cosmetic products.
The Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) is a component of the Product Information File (PIF) and is a critical scientific review of the safety of the cosmetic product. The cosmetic product safety report is composed of two parts: Part A – Cosmetic product safety information and Part B – Cosmetic product safety assessment, which must be completed in accordance with Annex 1 of the Regulation.
REGULATION (EC) NO. 1223/2009:
In accordance with Annex I of Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009, Part A of the cosmetic product safety report (CPSR) or cosmetic product safety assessment is intended to collect the necessary data and information to justify the safety of the cosmetic product. As a minimum, it is required to contain the following:
- The quantitative and qualitative composition of the cosmetic products
- Physical/chemical characteristics and stability of the cosmetic products
- Microbiological quality
- Impurities, traces, and information about the packaging material
- Normal and reasonably foreseeable use
- Exposure to the cosmetic product and substances
- Toxicological profile of the substances
- Undesirable effects and serious undesirable effects
- Information on the cosmetic product
As per Article 3, Part B of the cosmetic product safety report CPSR is the actual evaluation of the safety of the cosmetic product and contains the following:
- Safety Assessment conclusion
- Labeled warnings and instructions for use
- Qualified Safety Assessor credentials and approval of part B
LABELLING COSMETIC PRODUCTS:
Cosmetic labels should have easy readability. In some cases, the date of use and weight/volume cannot be required, e.g. when the amount in the container varies between 5 grams and 5 ml. This is also applicable to free samples or bundled applications. The inclusion of precautionary items in certain cosmetics may not be practical because of space at the product packaging. If that’s the case then the information should have been included in the package, for instance in leaflets. Symbols are used for identification of where the information is found.
MAKING COSMETIC PRODUCTS SAFE FOR USERS:
Cosmetics available in Britain must have an effect on human safety. The Product Information File (PIF) lists information about the safety of cosmetics for humans to consume. Keeping them current is essential. The PIF supports cosmetic safety by providing the following information to ensure that cosmetic products can be safely disposed of and displayed in public.
- Safety assessment that confirms cosmetic products are safe to use and provided scientific evidences to support this.
- Cosmetic product safety information on good manufacturing practice, that includes what has been done when manufacturing cosmetic products with help of safety assessment that it is safe.
NOTIFYING THE OFFICE FOR PRODUCT SAFETY AND STANDARDS (OPSS) ABOUT A COSMETIC PRODUCT SAFETY ASSESSMENT:
When cosmetics are available to consumers in England, their responsible party will be prompted to provide details on the cosmetic product to Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) before these are made available to consumers.
WHAT A RESPONSIBLE PERSON DOES?
The liable party is responsible for securing cosmetic goods and services available. Responsible persons are required to:
- know which ingredients are utilized in their cosmetic products including those materials which are known harmful or nanomaterials.
- understand about possible restrictions on what can be put in cosmetic product
- maintain up to date document with information of cosmetic products mainly known as product information file or PIF
- make sure to provide any information on packaging material, labelling and instructions for cosmetic product
- Inform the office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) about the cosmetic product mainly known as notification
- Inform OPSS about any serious and harmful effect which are reported about the cosmetic product
- be able to prove that any claims which are made when marketing about cosmetic product are correct
THE PRODUCT INFORMATION FILE – PIF:
The responsible person must maintain PIF (product information file) in English language for all their cosmetic products along with safety assessment which must include;
- description of cosmetic product
- product safety assessment
- how good manufacturing practices are being followed
- details of a responsible person
- evidences for the effects produced by cosmetic product
SS PACKAGE FOR BUSINESSES AND STARTUPS:
- Single CPSR cosmetic product safety report (one base recipe + 1 variant) = $75 + VAT
- 5 variant package (one base recipe + 5 variants) = $95 + VAT
- 8 variant package (one base recipe + 8 variants) = $120 + VAT
- 12 variant package (one base recipe + 12 variants) = $150 + VAT
- 20 variant package (one base recipe + 20 variants) = $250 + VAT
THE SS ADVANTAGE IN COSMETIC PRODUCT SAFETY REPORT – CPSR:
- Authored by CSP (Certified Safety Professional), Toxicologists and Pharmacists supported with UK credentials.
- The high acceptance rate in UK and EU since we provide end to end solutions and supports to comply with all aspects of regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009.
- Supported 500+ renowned brands in the last 7 years with successful product launches.
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MAKING COSMETIC PRODUCTS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS IN BRITAIN:
The general guidance covers all cosmetics offered for use on the British population in the United Kingdom, great britain and the UK. It includes products offered for sale or free samples or products used by professionals. This document aims to enhance knowledge on the regulatory framework for cosmetics as amended by the Product Safety and Marketing (EU) Regulation (EU Exit) 2019 ). This guide does not cover the making of cosmetics in Northern Ireland. There are separate technical guides to be provided to NI and GB.
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