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Cosmetic

The Cosmetics Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 is the European regulation that defines the requisites that all cosmetic products must meet and adhere to in order to assure a high level of human health protection.

As a matter of fact, the regulation establishes which substances may be used in cosmetic formulas, which ones cannot be used, which ones may only be used in certain amounts, the labelling provisions and how product safety must be assessed prior to marketing.

All companies that produce finished cosmetic products must assure their products are safe for human health and for the proper regulation of the internal market.

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Enrico Boscaro

Enrico Boscaro

Product Safety Area Manager

Eleonora Marche

Eleonora Marche

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Diana Mozzo

Diana Mozzo

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Matteo Colacicco

Matteo Colacicco

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Stefano Toniato

Stefano Toniato

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Simone Vergari

Simone Vergari

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Giovanni Talamini

Giovanni Talamini

Risk Assessment Area Manager

Gaia Vegezzi

Gaia Vegezzi

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Alessandro Manfio

Alessandro Manfio

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Alessia Gualla

Alessia Gualla

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

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