Cosmetics consumption in Brazil occupies the 3rd position in the world ranking and has a trend of growth of 7.2% in sales, according to the Brazilian Association of the Personal Hygiene, Perfumery and Cosmetics Industry (Abihpec). However, for the commercialization of cosmetic products, it is necessary to register or notify ANVISA.
Understanding how this process develops ensures your company is successful in preparing all the necessary documentation for the registration of cosmetics.
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ANVISA classifies as cosmetic any product that has the purpose of embellishing. If your product is intended for treatments or supplements, it does not fall into the category of cosmetics.
Before registering, the company needs to regulate its situation.
Every company needs the Operating License issued by VISA (Local Sanitary Surveillance). This document is the guarantee that the establishment follows all the norms at the place of performance.
It is also necessary the Operation Permits (AFE) to allow the manufacture and distribution of products.
As ANVISA groups cosmetics in the same area of perfumes and hygiene products, when obtaining an AFE for cosmetics it is also possible to act in these two other categories.
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Obtaining the Certification of Good Practices is necessary for the regulation of products with Class of Risk III and IV.
Cosmetics are classified as Class I and II, that is, ANVISA does not require certification.
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To regulate a cosmetic it is necessary to know which Class of Risk the product belongs to, being:
For Grade I products, only notification is required for ANVISA.
For Grade II products, registration is required.
The following cosmetics are classified as Class II:
Sunscreen and suntan lotion;
There is no difference between artisanal or industrial when regulating your product.
ANVISA does not differ the means of production, applying the same rules regardless of origin.
Understanding all of the processes and applications of product regulation can be confusing to people who are not accustomed to this procedure.
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We have experience in the regulatory path and language used by ANVISA, making regulation processes simplified and objective.
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