Busi­ness Brunch cos­me­tics 4.0


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Safe­ty of cos­me­tic products

Busi­ness Brunch cos­me­tics 4.0 on 28 April 2017 with Miri­am Schuh

With the coming into force of the Cos­me­tic Pro­ducts Regu­la­ti­on (EC Regu­la­ti­on 1223/2009), the requi­re­ments rela­ting to the safe­ty of cos­me­tic pro­ducts have been tigh­ten­ed fur­ther. Manu­fac­tu­r­ers must ensu­re that only safe pro­ducts are pla­ced on the mar­ket. The aim, in accordance with the objec­ti­ves of the Cos­me­tic Pro­ducts Regu­la­ti­on, is to achie­ve a high level of health pro­tec­tion. In the Cos­me­tic Pro­ducts Regu­la­ti­on, the sys­tem of noti­fi­ca­ti­on for for­mu­la­ti­ons which exists in Ger­ma­ny has been pre­scri­bed as a bin­ding requi­re­ment at EU level too, and the requi­re­ments rela­ting to safe­ty assess­ment have been sub­stan­tia­ted further.

Our topics will include 

  • defi­ni­ti­on of cos­me­tic pro­ducts as oppo­sed to other pro­duct groups, ‘bor­der­line products’
  • unde­si­ra­ble side effects, cosmetovigilance
  • pro­duct lia­bi­li­ty, pro­duct safe­ty, mar­ket surveillance
  • design of con­tracts with toll manu­fac­tu­r­ers and qua­li­ty assu­rance agreements
  • legal­ly water­tight adver­ti­sing for cos­me­tic pro­ducts, Health Claims Regulation
  • cur­rent jurisprudence

We look for­ward to dis­cus­sing the­se topics with you at our Busi­ness Brunch.


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