Safety Assessment of Cosmetics

Skin Care Beauty, a particularly sensitive region of the eye, naso-labial regions, neck and chest, is an inexhaustible motive creative designers cosmetic formulations. Contemporary substrate, active molecules, ease of application, appealing packaging, the overwhelming smell ... and so we introduced into the world of everyday challenges and spells "eternal beauty and youth." Almost perfect .... However, you should know ...

Since July 2013, the territory of the European Union in force Regulation 1223/2009, which is binding for all manufacturers, importers and distributors of cosmetics in the European Union. The core objective of this Regulation is the safety of cosmetic products for human use, that is, the safety of all its ingredients, which must be confirmed through numerous in vitro testove.Takođe means that the product complies with the Good Manufacturing Practices. The procedure is carried out through professional expertise Safety Assessor, the person in charge of finding and collecting the material and objective facts that provide evidence that a cosmetic product for that purpose under normal and reasonably foreseeable conditions of use and expected, is safe for human consumption. Based sakupljenin official proof of raw materials, with adequate budgets for each individual raw material from the product, then the proof of the stability of the finished product, proof of the safety and compatibility of the primary packaging, the evidence for claims about efficiency, Safety Assessor prepares a report containing an opinion on the safety of cosmetic products . This report is an essential part of the documentation you must have the person responsible for placing cosmetic products on the EU market.
Thus, only with a safe and effective cosmetic product, our skin gets adequate care.