Bloom Regulatory has an extensive knowledge in cosmetics regulatory affairs and a deep understanding of the cosmetics industry. We offer regulatory support to businesses of all size and help companies to put in place a sustainable and efficient regulatory management model.
All cosmetic products placed on the EU Market intended for sale or to be given away for free in the course of a commercial activity must comply with the Regulation EC 1223/2009 on cosmetic products.
Bloom Regulatory offers compliance services and support on the EU Cosmetics Regulation as well as other EU regulations that are affecting the cosmetics sector to ensure that your products are compliant. Our regulatory services include as well UK specific regulatory support (UK interpretation of EU Regulations, enforcement, claims support and borderline assessment).
Bloom Regulatory also offers advice on BREXIT and international cosmetics legislation to ensure that you can grow your business globally.
Cosmetics companies are facing increasing rules and regulations globally. Internal systems established to react to urgent problems on a timely basis are neither cost or time effective and could become a major business risk as regulatory pressure will continue to be a challenge in the future. These models need to be revisited in order to optimise cost and speed up time-to-market.
Bloom Regulatory helps companies to put in place a robust, proactive and sustainable regulatory management for the future via extensive experience of the cosmetics sector using a 4 steps approach.