Cosmetic claims such as 'free from' and 'hypoallergenic' have become increasingly common and sought after by consumers. As a result, the European Commission has published the Technical Document on Cosmetic Claims to give the industry best practice on the use of these claims.
Are you up to speed with the latest requirements on 'free from', 'not tested on animals' and 'hypoallergenic' claims?
At the CTPA seminar 'Cosmetic Claims, what you should know before marketing and advertising cosmetics' on 11 December, Olivia Santoni and Chris Flower, CTPA will provide an in-depth understanding of the Technical Document on Cosmetic Claims. This will include explanations on how 'free from', 'hypoallergenic' and also 'not tested on animals' claims can comply with the guidance from the EU Commission, whilst also giving an overview of the implementation of the Technical Document across EU Member States.
Book your place at the CTPA seminar 'Cosmetic Claims, what you should know before marketing and advertising cosmetics' to gain insight and expertise on cosmetic claims and how to comply with the requirements.