For the import of cosmetics and personal care, the FDA administration has a law of control and security to protect consumers and the environment.
In the case of cosmetics and personal care, the FDA administration ahas a law of control and security that all exporting companies must comply if they want to introduce their cosmetic products in the U.S.A.
The Law of Personal Care Products of Security was developed to strengthen the authority of the FDA with the aim of regulating the ingredients used in the preparation of personal care products. This regulation provides federal standards for the cosmetic and personal care industry.
Types of cosmetics and personal care products
Among the products that are included in this definition are the skin moisturizers, perfumes, lipsticks, nail polish, makeup for eyes and face cleaning shampoos, permanents for hair , the dyes for hair and deodorant, as well as any substance intended for use as a component of a cosmetic product.
To regulate cosmetic products, once placed on the market, the FDA has the authority to recall the cosmetic or hygiene and personal care products that could endanger the safety of users and consumers, as well as all those who do not comply with the EPA norms and to also require labeling of products that include ingredients that are harmful to children. This can affect the admission or withdrawal of imported products or the issuance of warnings to the managers of the company.
Advice on regulatory compliance and regulations
In addition, this law of safety of cosmetic products requires businesses to provide your contact information to consumers in addition to complying with the FDA rules through the correct record in this federal agency and share information about the ingredients used in the preparation of this type of personal care products.
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