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Cosmetic Regulation in the EU
The European Union Cosmetics Directive defines a cosmetic as “any substance or preparation intended to be placed in contact with the various external parts of the human body (epidermis, hair system, nails, lips and external genital organs) or with the teeth and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity with a view exclusively or mainly to cleaning them, perfuming them, changing their appearance and/or correcting body odours and/or protecting them or keeping them in good condition.
“The European Union requires that cosmetic products placed on the EU market be safe; that is, they “must not cause damage to human health when applied under normal or reasonably foreseeable conditions of use.” As in the U.S., manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that cosmetic products comply with the law before they are marketed. The manufacturer or importer of cosmetics is responsible for demonstrating that the product is safe for its intended use.
Regulations are enforced at the national level, and each country in the EU has an authoritative body that is responsible for upholding compliance.
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Assessment and preparation of the required documentation to obtain the Parapharmacy National Codes, for further presentation to the General Council of Official Colleges of Pharmacists
Single identification of the product: What will be possible with the new UDI system for Medical Devices?
In April 2013, the European Commission issued a recommendation concerning a common framework for a single identification system for medical devices in the EU. This was intended to lay the foundations for the EU's future identification and traceability infrastructure, in line with the latest developments worldwide.
Since then, the European Commission has promoted, through the publication of Article 26 of Regulation (EU) 2017/745 on Medical Devices, and Article 23 of Regulation (EU) 2017/746 on Medical Devices for In-Vitro Diagnostics, two essential initiatives aimed at providing coverage to the UDI system:
- The creation of the Medical Devices database Eudamed (whose name is an acronym for European Database on Medical Devices).
- The creation of the European Medical Device Nomenclature (EMDN) body, which provides support and facilitates the creation of the Eudamed database.
UDI: Identification that is primarily aimed at the safety of EU consumers
In short, the new Unique Device Identifier system – UDI will facilitate the traceability of medical devices. In parallel, post-market activities relating to product safety will also be stronger and will allow better monitoring by the competent authorities.
In addition, the European Commission, using EMDN, has created a FAQ document relating to the Unique Device Identifier – UDI. Read her now!
Unique Device Identifier (UDI) in Medical Devices
Click at the link to visit the European Commission’s Unique Device Identifier – UDI website, where you will find all the information about the European Medical Device Nomenclature (EMDN) initiative and Eudamed, the new European Medical Device'sDatabase.
This web portal, created by the European Commission, is a space that will allow you to know, at first hand, all the official information from the health authorities in the euro area and all the new developments in relation to the new Unique Device Identifier - UDI and its implementation process.