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How to label your AW Aromatics White Label Products?

Creating your own line of cosmetic or other chemical products through AW Aromatics White Label is an exciting venture. As you prepare to launch your brand, one crucial aspect to consider is product labeling. Effective and compliant labeling not only helps attract customers but also ensures transparency and safety. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of labeling your AW Aromatics White Label cosmetic products.

Labeling Cosmetic Products

A cosmetic product is any substance or preparation that is used to enhance or alter the appearance of the body, particularly the face, skin, hair, or nails. These products are typically applied topically and include a wide range of items such as makeup, skincare products, hair care products, fragrances, and personal care products.

Common examples of cosmetic products include foundation, lipstick, eyeshadow, mascara, moisturizers, cleansers, shampoos, conditioners, perfumes, and deodorants. These products are typically available in various forms, such as creams, lotions, powders, gels, sprays, and sticks, to cater to different preferences and application methods. It's important to note that cosmetic products are different from pharmaceutical products, as they are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical conditions. Instead, they are primarily used for cosmetic purposes to enhance one's appearance and personal grooming.

Example of Cosmetic Product Label

Before designing your labels, it's crucial to familiarize yourself with the legal requirements for cosmetic product labeling in your target market. Laws and regulations may vary between countries or regions. Ensure your labels comply with the guidelines set forth by regulatory bodies such as the EU/UK Cosmetics Regulation (in the European Union), or local regulatory authorities.

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Labeling Non Cosmetic Products or Other Chemicals

Non Cosmetics would be other items such as fragracnce and essential oils. Non cosmetics that could be hazardous or not. They could also be raw materials or mixtures.

Labeling non-cosmetic products such as fragrance oils, essential oils, and candles is important for providing essential information to consumers and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

Here are some general guidelines for labeling these products for UK and EU:

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Always check the specific labeling regulations and requirements of your country or region, as they can vary. It is essential to comply with all applicable regulations to ensure the safety and transparency of your products.

1. Product Identity
Name of the products and scent
2. Name, Address and Telephone Number of Manufacturer/Distributor/Reseller - 

This can be our company or yours if you obtain our CLP documents (usually downloadable from each product page) and be willing to provide these anyone who'd like to see them. Could be any selling platforms such are amazon, ebay or etsy etc.
3. CLP Information if relevant (Signal Word such as "❗️Warning", "⚠️ Danger", Hazard Statements, Pictograms) 
This is usually available on each product page to download. CLP labels are intended to be easily understandable and consistent across different hazardous substances and mixtures, helping users and consumers make informed decisions about handling, storage, and disposal of chemicals.

4. UFI Number if a hazardous Mixture
The UFI is part of the harmonized poison center notification requirements in the EU. The purpose of the UFI number is to provide a specific reference to a particular mixture, making it easier for poison centers to identify the exact formulation in case of emergencies or incidents involving hazardous substances. It helps ensure that the appropriate advice and guidance can be provided promptly. Provided on each single product page to download.

5. Nominal Quantity
It is important for the nominal quantity or volume of the fragrance oil to be stated on the bottle. The nominal quantity refers to the amount or volume of the product contained in the bottle. This information is typically provided in standard units such as milliliters (ml) or fluid ounces (fl oz).