Demand for certified cruelty-free cosmetics has soared in recent years, and with more than 200 Leaping Bunny applications in the process with Cruelty Free International this will only continue, says its head of certification services.
With retail beauty sales in China on the rise, it’s no wonder European brands want in. But with a constantly changing regulatory environment, market entry is full of challenges industry needs to address.
Navigating the European Union’s regulatory landscape on cannabidiol (CBD) in beauty is not straightforward, but industry must understand regulations in place as inspections are set to increase, says an expert.
Everyday it seems there’s a new beauty product on the market claiming to be all-natural, clean, green, or otherwise remarkably sustainable. Here, in an effort to better understand the future of the industry, Cosmetics Design shares insights from emerging...
Special Edition Newsletter: Sustainability Local Sourcing
Cosmetics companies making ‘free from’ claims on finished products must closely follow guidance on required criteria for substantiation, carefully considering honesty, fairness and safety, an expert says.
MAKING SENSE OF ‘FREE FROM’ COSMETIC CLAIMS GUIDANCE: PART I
There are unknown facts around the full impact Brexit will have on cosmetics regulation and compliance, but regulatory knowledge and harmonisation across the European Union must still be prioritised, says the president of Cosmetics Consultants Europe...
With summer in full swing and sunscreen products flying off shelves, this guest article sheds light on what cosmetic companies need to know on sun protection product regulations – very different across the globe.