所有在歐盟販售的化妝品都必須經過其安全性的評估，評估其與歐盟法規(Cosmetics Regulation 1223/2009)的合規性，該評估必須由歐盟境內合格的安全評估者執行。安全評估專家會在讓你沒有壓力幫您檢視各項合規程度，根據你的產品規格與實驗結果，我們會進行完整的安全評估，並完成你化妝品產品的安全報告(CPSR)，讓你的產品可以安全合法的販售。
並非所有的安全評估都是有品質的，也不是所有的評估都能確實符合歐盟化妝品規範，我們的評估專家有多年經驗且有藥物碩士學位，並擁有Vrije大學有關歐盟化妝品安全評估的證書及化妝品科學家協會(Society of Cosmetic Scientists)的畢業證書。因此您可以確定您的安全評估一定符合歐盟化妝品法規1223/2009的規範。
EU Cosmetic Safety Assessment
One of the legal requirements before placing a cosmetic product on the EU market is to have a safety assessment of the product. This means that there should be an evaluation by a qualified professional to guarantee the safety of the cosmetic product and its ingredients. As stated in Article 10.1 of Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009, the safety assessor should possess a diploma or other evidence of formal qualifications awarded on completion of a university course of theoretical and practical study in pharmacy, toxicology, medicine or a similar discipline, or a course recognized as equivalent by an EU Member State.
But how is the assessment of the safety of cosmetic products done? The safety assessment is made based on the cosmetic product safety information in Part A of the Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR). The safety assessor takes into account the product’s quantitative and qualitative composition, physical and chemical characteristics, stability, microbiological quality, packaging material, normal and reasonably foreseeable use, data on undesirable effects and the anticipated systemic exposure to individual ingredients in a final formulation. He/she uses an appropriate weight-of-evidence approach for reviewing data from all existing sources and takes particular consideration to the toxicological profile of the substances contained in the product.
The safety assessor makes a conclusion on the safety of the cosmetic product and provides an explanation of the scientific reasoning leading to the assessment conclusion. Where relevant, margins of safety, possible interactions of the substances contained and the impacts of the stability on the product’s safety shall be assessed and discussed. He/she also states whether there is a need to label any particular warnings and instructions of use in accordance with Article 19.1(d). For cosmetic products intended for use on children under the age of three (3) and for cosmetic products intended exclusively for use in external intimate hygiene, a specific assessment inter alia shall be accomplished.
The duly signed safety assessment and the proof of credentials of the safety assessor are then included in Part B of the CPSR which is compiled in the product’s Product Information File (PIF). Upon placing the product on the market, the safety assessment shall be kept up to date in view of additional relevant information generated.
I ordered a safety assessment for my shampoo at CE.way. I was very satisfied with their responsiveness. I gathered the documentation and they helped me gather all of the missing tests necessary for the safety assessment. The safety assessment itself was done very fast.