Description of EEC cosmetics packaging regulations

2022-08-26
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The European Economic Community (EEC) issued the EEC cosmetics regulation in 1976. Since then, it has been supplemented and modified many times. At present, the regulation includes 15 articles and 7 annexes. This is the regulation of EEC members on cosmetics in their common trade. Among them, the provisions on cosmetics packaging labels are very strict, requiring EEC Member States to take all necessary measures to ensure that the marks on cosmetics packaging, containers or labels sold on the market are obvious and easy to see, and include the following five items:

first of all, the flexible packaging manufacturers are basically unnecessary, indicating the names and addresses of producers and distributors or registered offices. Member states may require cosmetics produced outside the EEC to indicate the name of the country of origin. Secondly, the internal capacity of the container. Third, the minimum period of validity. The term of validity refers to that the product can continue to maintain its original efficacy within the specified period of time and under appropriate conditions, especially if it is not expected to help everyone and cause harmful effects on human body. It should be noted that it is best to use it before a certain date. If necessary, it is necessary to state the conditions that meet the warranty period. The date should say the month and year. Cosmetics with a validity period of more than 30 months do not need to indicate the validity period. Fourth, precautions during use. In particular, use conditions, scope and warnings should be printed on the label of the container. If it cannot be done due to practical reasons, it can be printed on the package or instructions. In this case, the container needs to be marked with brief words to instruct the consumer to refer to the instructions. Fifth, production batch number or identification mark. When it is impossible to mark because the package is too small, these contents can be placed on the retail package or outer package

member states need to take all necessary measures to prohibit the use of words, names, trademarks or images in graphics or other forms in labels, descriptions and advertisements to imply certain characteristics that cosmetics do not possess

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