Regulatory compliance from SME to multinational

Published: 3-Jul-2015

The CBRS analyses key challenges for cosmetics companies of all sizes

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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?”

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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