The new European Union (‟EU”) cosmetics regulation entered into force on 11 July 2013. Many, in the cosmetics industry, are still confused over the exact wording of the regulation, which nonetheless implies tightening safety controls and information on cosmetic products. This topic was debated during the 2013 Cosmetic compliance summit, in London, on 15 October 2013.
The Cosmetic compliance summit was Europe’s first two day event dedicated entirely to the EU cosmetic regulation and its implications. This summit gave brand owners, cosmetic designers and formulators, as well as cosmetics manufacturing companies, a chance to network, share best practices, discuss obstacles and overcome some of the biggest challenges the cosmetics industry faces today.
Key industry professionals met in London at the Cosmetic compliance summit to discuss the surrounding issues, on 15 and 16 October 2013.
Annabelle Gauberti, founding and managing partner of Crefovi, an expert on the law of luxury goods, spoke on Wednesday 16 October 2013, at the Cosmetic compliance summit, about the legal aspects of the EU Cosmetic products regulation and about how to become legally compliant with this EU regulation.
You can watch her presentation here:
While there is ample information in the industry surrounding the cosmetic products regulation, from a manufacturer and safety perspective, there is less available discussing the legal implications this regulation throws up. Hear from a leading legal professional on the key areas you need to be focusing on from a legal point of view, in this webcast recorded during the 2013 Cosmetic compliance summit in London, on 15 October 2013.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the implications, as well as pros and cons, of the new Cosmetic products regulation.