Are there legal requirements to make cosmetics, such as applying for a permit to manufacture cosmetics in Australia or to make cosmetics in a non-commercial kitchen? Do you need to register with your local council to make cosmetics in the same way food requires a license, find out what you need to do & who you should contact
The manufacture & sale of cosmetic products is regulated by government bodies around the world. Each with their specific regulatory systems, governments share the common goal of ensuring that chemicals & cosmetic products are used in accordance with health & safety laws.
Finding out that your pregnant may prompt you to question the products you've previously used, and the ingredients are the first to be scutinised. What you apply topically is absorbed into your body so it's important to use healthy and safe ingredients that are ideal for sensitive skin.
Eating the right types of food can make a noticeable difference to the appearance of your skin, hair and nails. Getting enough sleep, relaxation, water and exercise will also help you maintain a healthy glow. This guide shows you what foods help to banish wrinkles and keep your skin supple, one bite at a time!
When you realise that your skin and body care products contain a significant array of harmful ingredients, it's time to seek out healthier products that are based on Natural & Organic ingredients. Here are the top 15 ingredients to look for.
Established 2010, Safe Cosmetics Australia pioneered the first toxic-free guidelines for cosmetic manufacturers. The list of chemicals to exclude & restrict took the precautionary approach towards chemicals, in having a preference for Natural & Organic ingredients.
Natural & Organic ingredients are biodegradable which is a priority when choosing products, to minimise the use of synthetic chemicals means making positive choices. Biodegradable products & recyclable packaging is the healthier solution for everyone, including animals & the environment.
Safe Cosmetics Australia is an independent campaign raising chemical awareness. Together, we are responsible for sustainable manufacturing, decisions are made every single day by governments, industry & consumers, accountability is up to all of us. Make Change Happen.