Interview from In-Cosmetics: Selling Personal Care Products in the EU under the New European Cosmetic Regulation, EC 1223/2009
Selling personal care products in the European market is about to become quite a bit more challenging for manufacturers across the globe, especially if they are located outside the EU. In a little over 1 year, the new European Cosmetic Regulation, EC 1223/2009, will go into force on July 11, 2013, requiring all manufacturers selling any product in the 27 countries that make up the European Union to follow a new set of guidelines if they want to keep their products on the EU shelves…
In the 4th and final post of the Spotlight on Sun Protection series, we’ll take a look at Australia, India and wrap up with some final thoughts on this series and manufacturing sunscreens. If you’ve just discovered the spotlight on sun protection series, you can click the links to take a look at part 1, where we covered sunscreen regulations in the USA, part 2: the EU and part 3: the Asian countries.
In the past few days we’ve looked at sunscreen regulations in the USA and EU; today we will examine Asia. As I mentioned in part 1, there is no continuity in regulating sunscreen around the world. As a continent, Asia follows suit, but takes it a step further with different regulations, SPF ratings and registration requirements in the different countries that make up Asia.
How to properly label your products.