Are Selfnamed products registered at CPNP and have PIF documentation?

Created by Support Selfnamed, Modified on Mon, 18 Mar 2024 at 02:13 PM by Support Selfnamed

Understanding CPNP for EU and UK Markets


The Cosmetic Products Notification Portal (CPNP) is an online notification system for cosmetic products within the European Union. For products sold in the EU, registration with the CPNP is a legal requirement to ensure consumer safety and regulatory compliance.

 

Selfnamed’s Compliance Responsibility


As your partner in skincare and beauty entrepreneurship, Selfnamed takes on the role of the responsible person for CPNP compliance. This means:

  • EU and UK Compliance: Selfnamed is the designated responsible person for product compliance in both the EU and the UK regions.

  • Product Information File (PIF): We maintain a comprehensive PIF for each product, a critical component for CPNP registration.

  • CPNP Registration: We ensure all Selfnamed products are pre-registered on CPNP for our clients.

Benefits for Selfnamed Clients

  • Hassle-Free Compliance: You can focus on your brand without worrying about the complexities of CPNP registration.

  • Market Access: Our compliance allows you to freely market your products across the EU and UK.

  • Consumer Safety: Rest assured that all products meet the required safety standards.

Your Role as a Brand Owner

  • Labeling and Marketing: Ensure your product labels and marketing materials are consistent with CPNP registration information.

  • Stay Informed: While Selfnamed handles compliance, staying informed about regulatory changes benefits your brand.

Support and Assistance


For any questions regarding CPNP compliance or if you require additional support, the Selfnamed team is here to help. Contact us through our support channels for assistance.

Our commitment to compliance provides peace of mind, allowing you to confidently build and grow your skincare business across the EU and UK.

 

! Please, note not to alter the product name - you can add your brand name and some name for the line, e.g., "Fresh Burst", but the main product name should stay the same as indicated on the webpage and packaging. This is due to certification and registration.

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