Be sure your cosmetic products comply with U.S. and FDA regulations.
FDA Cosmetic Regulations Companies
Proper manufacturing and labeling are important aspects of putting a cosmetic product on the market. FDA regulates cosmetic labeling laws under the authority of both the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA). By law you must identify the manufacturer or distributor on the cosmetic label and have a way to reach them. Cosmetic ingredients must be listed on your label in the order they appear in your formula. The ingredients must be identified by their botanical name. The department of weights and measures requires the actual weight of the cosmetic product in both standard and metric to be displayed on the label. These FDA cosmetic laws and their related FDA cosmetic regulations are intended to protect consumers from health hazards and deceptive practices and to help consumers make informed decisions regarding product purchase.
Hoover Slovacek LLP
FDA and FTC lawyer with a national practice for cosmetics and fragrances advertising and compliance issues,including product claim substantiation, brand and labeling review, monograph compliance for OTC products, law suits and investigations. He has experience on matters before the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Also, he has taught advertising and marketing law in law school.
Expert on Cosmetic and Personal Care Regulations including
ingredient and labeling issues for US and World Distribution, support for
GMP compliance and technical assistance for finished products and