The document issued by the competent authority or body in the manufacturer’s country of origin, duly consularised, which states that the product has a valid registration and that its sale for human use is legally authorised in that country.
At COSMESERVICE, we will take care of arranging the Certificate of Free Sale, with prior notification of the product in the Cosmetic Products Notification Portal (CPNP) if the product is also to be placed on the European market, or with a statement of compliance for products that comply with regulations and are not being sold in the European Union.
The European Regulation on cosmetic products has has very strict requirements, and these are updated continually. An in-depth knowledge and analysis are therefore needed to determine the requirements.
At COSMESERVICE, we offer consulting on Safety and Regulation for cosmetic products, to enable products to be placed on the market in a way that is safe for consumers.
The information printed on cosmetic product labels is regulated by Article 19 of the Cosmetics Regulation. The labelling contributes to informing and protecting consumers, in order to avoid adverse reactions and incorrect use.
At COSMESERVICE, we check that the information included on the label is complete and conforms to legal requirements, and handle all types of cosmetic product.
The substances included in a product formulation must be safe, and comply with the provisions of the Cosmetics Regulation regarding application, concentration and/or limits of use if applicable.
At COSMESERVICE, we carry out a review of all the ingredients in a formulation.
En COSMESERVICE realizamos la revisión de todos los ingredientes de la formulación.
Responsible Technician for the import of cosmetic products. Royal Decree 1599/1997, of 17th of October, on cosmetic products (BOE No. 261 of 31 of October 1997), provides for a suitably qualified Responsible Technician, who supervises the activity of importing cosmetics and ensures that the products comply with current legal requirements.
Legal or natural persons who carry out activities of importing cosmetic products must comply with the requirements set by AEMPS (Spanish Medicines and Health Care Agency), although, taking into account that that the importer can designate responsibility to another person, the requirements relating to the legal compliance of cosmetic products will only apply to importers who are themselves the responsible person for the imported products.
At COSMESERVICE, we offer support for arranging this Statement, as well preparing standard operating procedures, audits prior to a future inspection, release of goods from customs, quality control for imported batches, etc.