Regularization of cosmetic products at ANVISA what you need to know?

Regularization of cosmetic products at ANVISA: what you need to know?

Understanding how to regularize cosmetics at ANVISA ensures that your company is successful in every regulatory process.

Stone Okamont can help you understand all stages of cosmetics registration with ANVISA, with agility and satisfactory results guaranteed by our team.


What you will see in this blog:

  • Where to start the cosmetics registration process;
  • Notification at ANVISA;
  • Registration of cosmetics at ANVISA;
  • Alteration and renewal;
  • Got any questions.

Where to start the cosmetics registration process.

Before registering cosmetics with ANVISA, it is essential to obtain its operating license, followed by its Operating Authorization (AFE).

Every company needs an Operating License issued by VISA (Local Sanitary Surveillance). This document is the guarantee that the establishment follows all the rules in the place of operation.

The Company Operating Authorization (AFE) is also required 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.

Stone Okamont uses the Zero Bureaucracy method to optimize processes and procedures for registering cosmetics with ANVISA, delivering accurate and satisfactory results in licensing your company.

Notification at ANVISA

To continue the process of notifying your product with ANVISA, it is necessary to know which Risk Degree the product falls under.

Grade I: in this classification we find products with basic or elementary properties.

Examples of products that qualify as grade I notification: nail polish, soap and shampoo (without indication of specific use).

Grade II: are cosmetics that have specific indications, whose characteristics require proof of safety and efficacy.

Examples of products that qualify as grade II notification: hydrogen peroxide, nail polish for children and armpit antiperspirant.

Registration of cosmetics at ANVISA

In the cosmetics registration phase, proof of efficacy and safety is required, in addition to specific analyzes that will vary according to each product. Some examples of products that need registration are: insect repellents, suntan lotions, hair straighteners and sunscreens.

Continuing with the registration process, it is necessary to deliver all documentation containing information relevant to the product, these will be grouped into documents known as a dossier;

Although it may seem complicated, the cosmetics registration procedure can be done quickly by experts in the field; thus, companies that choose to work with our team can be satisfied with the excellent results.

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