What Certificates I Need to Sell Product in EU

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After the EU Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No1223/2009 was officially implemented on July 11, 2013, all cosmetics entering the EU market must provide a Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) before they can be marketed.

Appendix 1 of the regulations lists the content required to be included in the Cosmetics Safety Report (CPSR), which includes two main parts: the first part (PartA) includes component information, physical and chemical characteristics and stability, microbial content and preservative effectiveness requirements, packaging material information, normal and foreseeable use, product exposure information, individual component exposure information, component toxicology files, known side effects or serious side effects of the product and other product information. The second part (PartB) includes assessment conclusions, warning labels and instructions for use, assessment reasons and evaluator qualification information.

According to the definition of EU regulations, according to the definition of EU regulations, cosmetics are substances or mixtures used on any part of the human body (skin, hair, nails, lips) or teeth and oral mucosa.

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