Cosmetics

In choosing your suppliers and ingredients, in developing your formulations, in deciding on your product positioning and claims, and in rolling out your sales and distribution, it is important to understand the requirements of the EU Cosmetics Regulation.

Fully compliant in 5 steps

Independent of the stage your products are in we ensure full compliance through a clear and easy 5 step approach. We start with a free Pre-Scan of your portfolio to be clear on the possibilities, lead-times and the needed resources. Appointing TRC as your Responsible Person will ensure continued services, safety and compliance once your products are EU market ready.

Prescan

Contact us and have your portfolio pre-assessed for free! We will look into your needs, your product formulations, your product label and marketing materials, and discuss your product dossiers.

Dossier building

We will jointly create a fully compliant EU PIF. TRC will provide clear instructions, templates and checklists for your R&D, manufacturing, QC and procurement departments to ensure that all required data, documents and test reports are timely and correctly included in the PIF.

Regulatory check and safety assesment

Our expert team of toxicologists, chemists and experienced safety assessors will perform the regulatory check and the safety assessment in-house. Once completed, the Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) and the regulatory content briefs for your labels and claims will be issued.

Label and claim review

We will deliver the regulatory content briefs for your labels and claims including the INCI ingredients listing, and will review your artwork design and marketing materials to avoid cumbersome post launch relabeling and/or costly reworks.

Product notification in CPNP

Notification of your products via the EU CPNP is the last short step towards EU market readiness. We will notify your products as your Responsible Person or assist you to notify under your own company name.

Your product is now EU market ready!

EU Responsible Person (RP)

Each cosmetic product on the EU market has to be safeguarded and guaranteed by the so called “Responsible Person” (RP). A EU legal entity must ensure continued compliance with all requirements and have all information at its disposal.

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Co-Founder & CMO
US-based luxury organic beauty brand

“It was a very informative conference*. The content was relevant and the format was visually appealing, easy to follow and understand. The conference offered a one to one forum with the presenters. This was a great opportunity for me to have in depth discussions with them. Thanks to the conference I have a better understanding of regulations and its application in my daily work.”

* 1st International Congress on Food Supplements Safety and Compliance - Vienna 2018 - Congress Chair, Zoran Gavric of TRC

Regulatory Affairs Specialist Food and non-Food Products
Global beauty and health company

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Regulatory affairs coordinator
India-based Ayurvedic beauty brand

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Research Centre Director
Global fragrance and beauty company

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EU-based leading food supplements for special purposes brand