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    A Look At Our 7 Cosmetic Labeling Requirements White Paper

    [fa icon="clock-o"] 5/29/18 12:12 PM [fa icon="user"] Michelle Feldman [fa icon="folder-open'] Product Labels, Digital Labels, Labels, Special Shaped Labels

    SixB Labels can offer many years of experience in the production of Cosmetic Labels.  Part of the expertise we have acquired in our years in the label printing industry lies in making clients aware of necessary labeling regulations in order to help them comply with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Guidelines, while simplifying the intricacies of clients’ Cosmetic Labels.  To further meet our goal of Simplifying Labeling for our clients, we have composed a white paper on the Food and Drug Administration's current requirements for cosmetic labeling.  

    In the United States, the packaging and labeling of cosmetic products has been regulated since 1938, when Congress passed the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act and the Fair Packaging and Labeling (FP&L) Act.  The goal of these Acts was to protect consumers from cosmetics that contained harmful substances; bore labels that were false, misleading, or lacked required information; or sold in containers made or filled in a deceptive manner.  In this white paper, we offer you an overview of Cosmetic Labeling requirements.


    Cosmetic Labels Current Requirements & Examples 

    • Principal Display Panel (PDP)
    • Ingredients, Allergen Statements and Manufacturer Information
    • English Language Statements
    • Text Type Size/Ingredients/Net Contents/Warning Statement
    • Business ID
    • Warning Statements Examples
    For more details on Cosmetic Labeling Guidelines, download the white paper today! 


    Michelle Feldman

    Written by Michelle Feldman

    Marketing Associate at SixB Labels

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