Regulatory compliance from SME to multinational


The CBRS analyses key challenges for cosmetics companies of all sizes

The first day of the two-day Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit (CBRS) began with a keynote from Sue Wemyss, Regulatory Affairs Regional Director EMEA, The Estée Lauder Companies, who provided a “broad-brush overview of all aspects one would consider as a regulatory professional” working for a global cosmetics company, asking “how can we manage the challenges of compliance worldwide?”

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Primary areas for consideration when placing products on markets in different regions, advised Wemyss, include definitions, ingredients, claims, packaging, ‘cosmetovigilance’ and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).


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