Cosmetic Legislation at a Glance Cosmetic products are defined as products that are exclusively or mainly intended to externally on the body of man or in his mouth for cleaning, protecting, maintaining a good state, to perfume, to the change in the appearance or used to be, the to affect body odor. As cosmetic products, are substances or preparations of substances that are intended to influence the body shapes. They are subject to EU-wide since 1976 of uniform legislation, the Cosmetics Directive. There are in addition to the definition, the safety requirements, labeling requirements regulated. In the annexes there are substance lists of banned and restricted substances authorized and positive lists of preservatives, UV filters and dyes. In Germany are subject to the cosmetic Cosmetics Regulation and the parent Food, Commodities and Feed Code (LFGB). There are also provisions to protect consumers against deception are regulated. Anyone who uses a cosmetic product has to can be sure that it achieves the effect that is offered. The cosmetic industry is responsible for ensuring that consumer expectations are met on the products. This includes protection against misleading or untrue statements. Only when a promised effect can be proven scientifically, it must be recruited. It is also important to note that all the products that are referred to as cosmetic products fall under this definition, regardless of sale or distribution, ie This definition applies equally to the cosmetics from the supermarket, the drug store, the pharmacy, the direct sales or the Internet. Repeatedly spoken in relation to cosmetic products cosmeceuticals. This is a conception of art that is obviously intended to summarize the terms "cosmetics" and "pharmaceuticals". There is such a product category in the legislation but it is not because the legislature clearly draws the line between cosmetic and medicinal products. But the fact is that knowledge of skin and hair gets bigger and our increasing knowledge covers more and more cosmetic products on a bioactive effect. Thus, even well-known standard cosmetics to cosmeceuticals, although it still meets the full definition of cosmetic products. Because there is no law against that cosmetic products may have physiological effects, so long as the predominant purpose of cosmetic nature, is not the physiological effects occur and no significant non-tolerable effects. Visit http://www.kosmetik-flatrate.com/Gesicht-Kosmetik/ today!
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