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Cosmetics Regulations

Last updated: 18th May 2021

As of 1st January 2021 following the UK's exit from the European Union, Great Britain now has its own cosmetics regulation, Schedule 34 of The Product Safety and Metrology etc. (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, also known as the UK Cosmetics Regulations. Products sold in Northern Ireland must still comply with EU Regulation EC 1223/2009, in accordance with the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol to the UK/EU Withdrawal Agreement.

All products sold by Cult of Cuda comply with the UK Cosmetics Regulations. It is largely similar to the previous EU Regulations, but the major changes include:

  • UK-based responsible person - for Cult of Cuda this is Chris Hughes

  • Product labelling - to include address of responsible person

  • Country of origin - all products at Cult of Cuda are made in the UK, so this does not apply

  • Notification - each batch is submitted to the UK's new SCPN portal

Each product undergoes a Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) by a qualified chemist, as required by law, ensuring everything we sell is safe for use.

We follow Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and hold a Product Information File (PIF) for each batch produced. Your product will have a unique batch number that relates to each PIF. Our products are labelled with both INCI ingredient names and plain English for transparency.

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