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Meeting the Challenges in Safety Regulations for Cosmetics

The cosmetics industry is becoming increasingly regulated. This is underpinned by EU Regulation that came into play in July 2013: Regulation (EC) No. 344/2013, thus amending the previous, less stringent Regulation (EC) No.2013/2009Under this amendment, manufacturers,

distributors, and retailers are required to report

serious undesirable effects (SUE) on cosmetic products

to the appropriate authorities globally.


In the USA, MoCRA FDA Cosmetics Registration,

implemented in December 2023, will aim to ensure

the safety of cosmetic products consumed by customers daily. 

A key part of ensuring cosmetic safety is conducting cosmetovigilance. Cosmetovigilance can be defined as the collection, evaluation, and monitoring of spontaneous reports of undesirable events observed during or after the use of a cosmetic product.

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Your Partner in Cosmetovigilance

As your global partner, our cosmetovigilance experts can help solving your safety surveillance and regulatory submissions needs:

Cosmetovigilance systems setup

Medical literature monitoring of suspected undesirable effects (SUE)

Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR)

Responsible person (RP) services

Training and Support

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Literature Monitoring for Cosmetovigilance

Monitoring the scientific literature for adverse events is a critical component for cosmetovigilance and regulatory submissions of cosmetics.

The biologit's MLM-AI platform is a validated and compliant SaaS solution for cosmetics companies of all size, with a flexible workflow, unified scientific literature database and unique AI productivity to help ensure your products are compliant and audit ready.

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