Many doubts arise when a trading company intends to import a product with restrictive administrative treatment. A great example is when it comes to labelling imported cosmetics.
If you intend to import cosmetics and still don't know which is the most appropriate labeling or which legislation to follow, this post is for you.
But first we must make it clear that product labelling is only one of several requirements that must be met in order to be successful in the cosmetics import operation.
Among other requirements, we mention the company's need to be duly qualified in the Foreign Trade systems, to have the operation authorization and sanitary license with Anvisa and to have the products notified or registered also with Anvisa (as the case may be). And, of course, to respect the sanitary norms for import and commercialization of products.
The correct labeling of cosmetics and other products with the consent of Anvisa is based on the Resolution of the Board of Directors - RDC No. 07 of 2015 and its amendments. The importer must study the provisions, obligations, procedures and particularities according to his product, but the general mandatory labeling must contain thirteen items:
We hope you have taken some of your doubts with these tips, but if you still have a lot of doubts and need expert advice on importing products with the consent of Anvisa, count on our highly qualified team of analysts to make your international business viable.
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