Here we have a great opportunity for you.

Are you tired of doing paperwork and not getting successful results in terms of cosmetic regulation? Don’t worry anymore.

Cosmeservice can do it for you in 2 easy steps, make sure your products meet the EU Regulation, check it out easily with us.

¿How to proceed?

Just Fill in the form by clicking the link below, and we will send you a FREE analysis of the product you want to sell in Europe. Upload the ingredient list, a bit more information and we will contact you in 48 working hours with the result of our analysis, this is the time we will need to review the information and send you our EVALUATION.

Don’t feel overwhelmed by the complexity of the European Regulation, and avoid any delay with the commercialization by getting ahead of the product review with us.

In case you hire our services, we offer you a 5% discount on our PIF service when registering the product in Europe.

Don’t wait any longer and leave it in our hands, you won’t regret it!


FREE WEBINAR: “DESIGNING COSMETICS: Compliance with EU & US markets”

With this Webinar, Cosmeservice will teach the key differences between the two world-renowned Regulations.

From Cosmeservice, we are going to present to people involved in safety and regulation of cosmetic products an easy way the different legal frameworks in the EU and the US, to achieve the full compliance of both regulations.

We will start with an introduction to cosmetic ingredients analysis and also artwork design, an easy guideline to adapt cosmetic products easily to both markets. The comparison between marketing claims will be useful to ensure products will be in compliance too.

Finally, the approach to specific local legislation, as Proposition 65, and the product registration for both markets will give the professionals all the necessary information.

Cosmetic Regulation professionals can register for free at the time they prefer.

Cosmeservice continues supporting companies to introduce its cosmetics products in the European market with this approach to both regulations to solve the problems the companies may have when selling their products at both markets.
The webinar will be held in English. ?


2 sessions available:
? 10th September ? 9:00 – 10:00 CEST


? 10th September ? 18:00 – 19:00 CEST


Register your Hand Sanitizer in Europe in 1 week

Committed with the Covid-19 crisis in Europe, Cosmeservice offers 100% discount in the Express Service of the Product Information File and the Notification in the CPNP

Cosmeservice is offering the possibility to register the Hand Sanitizer in Europe as long as the registration of this product were made as a cosmetic product.

Currently, we are working in the express registration of this product with customers from Korea, Taiwan, Israel, EUA, Brasil, etc.

It is possible to consider the product as a “Sanitizer” instead of a disinfectant which would be considered as a biocidal product, would take more time (at least 6 months) and, therefore, would have to comply biocidal products REGULATION (EU) No 528/2012 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 22 May 2012.).

CPNP Certificate will allow you to sell the product faster.

Take advantage of this possibility and get to market your product soon in Europe!

Our team will be pleased to revise your labellings once you accept to register your product as a cosmetic!

Collaborate with Europe against Covid-19 crisis!

Join us in helping Europe against Covid-19!

Together, we are stronger!

Cosmeservice will assume the cost of the Express Service in the registration as a way to help Europe in this complicated situation.

By this way, you will save 130€ which is the cost of the Express Service for the Product Information File and the Notification in the CPNP!By contracting the Express Service, the complete registration of your products can be done in just 1 WEEK once we receive all the documentation from your side!

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Brexit and what does it mean for the cosmetics industry

What does the UK cosmetics landscape look like post Brexit and what does it mean for the industry?

Take a look at where we are now and what is to come in 2020.

The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union tonight, on 31st January 2020 at midnight (Brussels time). The EU and the United Kingdom have conducted intensive negotiations to agree on the terms of the UK’s withdrawal and create legal certainty once EU law ceases to apply to the UK.

What’s next? Transition period

When the United Kingdom leaves the European Union on 31st January 2020, we will enter into the transition period. This time-limited period was agreed as part of the Withdrawal Agreement and will last until at least 31st December 2020. Until then, it will be business as usual for citizens, consumers, businesses, in both the EU and the United Kingdom, EU law will still apply in the United Kingdom until the end of the transition period.

Article 41 of the EU Withdrawal Agreement states that goods placed on the EU27 or UK markets before the end of the implementation period may be further made available and circulate between the two markets until they reach the end consumer. Proof of when the goods were placed on the market will be required.

The EU and the United Kingdom will use these months to agree on a new and fair partnership for the future, based on the Political Declaration agreed between the EU and the United Kingdom in October 2019.

What is the timeline of the transition period? Can it be extended?

The transition period starts on 1st February 2020, and will end on 31st December 2020, unless a decision to extend it is taken by mutual EU-UK agreement before 1 July 2020. Such an extension can only be decided once, for a period of 1 or 2 years.

There are unknown facts around the full impact Brexit will have on cosmetics regulation and compliance, but regulatory knowledge and harmonisation across the European Union must still be prioritised. During this year 2020 all kind of negotiations will take place, as the impact this would have on the cosmetics industry, particularly regulation and compliance, is not yet fully clear.

What will happen if the responsible person for the cosmetics products is based in the United Kingdom?

As we already know, as from the withdrawal date, authorised representatives that are established in the United Kingdom will not be recognised as authorised representatives for the purposes of legislation applicable to the EU on health products. Accordingly, manufacturers must take the appropriate measures to guarantee that, as from the withdrawal date, their authorised representatives are established in the EU-27.

What about goods placed on the market?

The Withdrawal Agreement provides that goods lawfully placed on the market in the EU or the United Kingdom before the end of the transition period may continue to freely circulate in and between these two markets, until they reach their end-users, without any need for product modifications or re-labelling.

This means that goods that will still be in the distribution chain at the end of the transition period can reach their end-users in the EU or the United Kingdom without having to comply with any additional product requirements. Such goods may also be put into service (where provided in the applicable provisions of Union law), and will be subject to continued oversight by the market surveillance authorities of the Member States and the United Kingdom.

What repercussions will Brexit have on the CPNP notifications for cosmetics products?

Whether or not a Brexit agreement is approved, the new EU-27 responsible entity will need to file notification of the product with the CPNP before introducing the cosmetics product into the EU-27 market after the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.

For cosmetics products manufactured in the United Kingdom, the notification will need to state that they are imported from the United Kingdom.

What repercussions will Brexit have on cosmetics PIF?

Whether or not a Brexit agreement is approved, the data files on cosmetics products will need to be available at the address of the EU-27 responsible entity and will need to be drawn up under the necessary terms in the language of the Member State in question after the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.

What repercussions will the withdrawal have on cosmetics product labelling?

Whether or not a Brexit agreement is approved, cosmetics product labelling must include the name and address of the responsible entity.

Following the withdrawal, any cosmetics products manufactured in the United Kingdom and marketed in Europe will be considered as cosmetics products imported into the EU-27 from a third country. The country of origin will therefore need to be indicated on the labelling.

Keep calm, but be prepared.

The transition period starting on 1st February 2020 will give the companies a period to adapt and find the best solution for its businesses, looking forward to the terms of the final agreement.

Please note – during the implementation period, while the UK will be officially out of the EU, EU law will still be applicable in the UK. In practice, this means that companies will continue to operate during the implementation period itself as they have in the past; however, companies are recommended to use this time to prepare for what is to come.

This means that in the short term (at the end of the implementation period) UK law will be constituted of retained EU law, therefore a ‘replica’ of EU law, with some differences in some mechanisms that depend on the outcome of the negotiations.

All information we catch up about Brexit and UK Cosmetic Legislation will be shared, just be aware!

More information: Cosmetic Regulation POST – BREXIT, Everything you need to know

Cosmeservice will attend salon look, the international image and beauty fair

Over the past few years sales of skin care products have skyrocketed, showing the good health of the cosmetic sector. This is why Salón look fair is becoming a sector benchmark.

The consumption increase demands more than ever to pay attention to the safety of these products.

Cosmeservice at Salón Look

If you are interested in selling your products in Europe and you are going to attend Salón look we can have a meeting! We have huge expertise and experience with European Regulation, if you want to see your cosmetic products at European shelves, we can make it possible.

Among the different activities that are going to be carried out, Cosmeservice’s priority is to hold meetings with our current clients in order to deal with all the projects we have in progress, as well as looking for new business possibilities, placing the accent on attracting new possible clients.

Salón Look, the International event of Image and Integral Aesthetics

For this reason, the importance of events like this, to put cosmetic professionals in connection is of vital importance, and at this time of the year is approaching one of the important dates indicated in the calendar to discuss, share and generate synergies with customers and sector colleagues, we talk about Salón Look 2019, a prestigious event dedicated to beauty, image and integral aesthetics in Spain, where Cosmeservice will be present as a visitor.

The leading professional event in the sector of Hairdressing and Aesthetics in Spain and one of the reference events worldwide, will be held from 18 to 20 October 2019 at IFEMA-Feria in Madrid. On Salón Look website you will find everything related to access, tickets and invitations.

The next edition of Salón Look will offer, once again, the widest range of novelties and trends in the beauty sector in the Iberian Peninsula, bringing together the proposals of more than 400 exhibitors and 1,300 national and international brands, while confirming the firm commitment of the show to the sector.

In Ifema, the hall will occupy pavilions 2, 12 and 14.

The Color Cosmetics (Nails and Makeup) wil be located in pavilion 2, Aesthetics, Micropigmentation and Natural Cosmetics sector will be located in pavilion 12 and all the offer of Hairdressing will be grouped in pavilion 14, including also the sectors of Furniture and Barbering.

In addition, there will be activities specific areas for carrying them out. Likewise, the Hair Look Catwalk will be located in pavilion 14.1.

For Cosmeservice, Salon Look is an unavoidable date, the prestigious event has become a key meeting point for the cosmetics sector, and will therefore be the perfect showcase for closer relations and the creation of new ones in the cosmetics sector.

See you at the international beauty and image show!



European Regulation 655/2013 regulates the cosmetic marketing claims. On July 3, 2017, Annexes III and IV were incorporated into this document, the new elements of which will be applicable as of July 1, 2019.

Thus, from this date this Regulation becomes more restrictive, especially as it affects the claims “free from”, that is, those who claim that the product does not contain certain substances such as dyes, parabens, silicones, etc.

Cosmeservice, expert in Safety and European Cosmetic Regulation, offers a free webinar to explain in detail the EU Reg 655/2013 and offer examples of what is allowed and what is not so you can be sure that your labeling complies with the new guidelines of the regulation.

Date: June 12, 2019

Time: 09:00 am GMT +2

Language: English

Registration link:

Cosmeservice, has in its portfolio of services, marketing claims review so that you avoid any type of risk of non-compliance with regulation.