E-Books on Regulations and Labelling: the new essential duo!
English version - PDF format. L’Observatoire des Cosmétiques’ edition.
Six years after the Regulation came into force, it appears that it is sometimes still poorly known or mastered by the different actors in the sector, a fact that the market control authorities constantly observe… and punish. How to build your Product Information File and the Safety Report? What ingredients have been entered or removed from the technical annexes? What are the implications of advances in technology and knowledge on nanomaterials, what definition is applicable to them and how can they be labelled? How to manage these very specific ingredients, such as CMRs or endocrine disruptors? Which claims are still allowed today… and which ones are really best avoided? How to prepare for Brexit? How to label the products so that they can be distributed without any problems in Europe and abroad? These and many other questions are answered by these two ebooks. With always the key points to know and the fundamentals to master, these new editions, updated, revised and increased, are more than ever the essential tools to comply with the Cosmetics Regulation, to anticipate the expectations of the control authorities and to put your products on the market in complete safety! Available today on CosmeticOBS, and downloadable in one click.
The author A graduate of the School of Journalism in Lille, Laurence Wittner is a freelance journalist specializing in the field of cosmetics. Co-founder of Monitor Cosmetics, she is the editor-in-chief of its supports.
E-book “The Cosmetics Regulation 1223/2009”, english version, L’Observatoire des Cosmétiques editions (August 2019), 81 pages (ISBN 979-10-92544-49-7), PDF format (1 Mo). E-book “Cosmetic Labeling”, english version, L’Observatoire des Cosmétiques editions (August 2019), 53 pages (ISBN 979-10-92544-47-3), PDF format (700 Ko).