Handmade Pre-Assessed Toiletries

If you are looking for a simple solution to produce some toiletry products that you can market and sell immediately then the Soap Kitchen has the perfect range of products to get you started.

Pre-asses-bottles

It’s important to note that before any cosmetic or toiletry product can be sold legally in the UK or EU a Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) must be obtained. For more information www.thesoapkitchen.co.uk/acatalog/Safety-Assessment-Advice.html

Note: You will need to register on the Soap Kitchen website before you can access some of the links mentioned in this article
www.thesoapkitchen.co.uk/acatalog/register-here.html

Step by Step Guide to Pre Assessed Toiletries

This is the simplest and easiest method to get products that you can market and are ready to sell immediately.

Manufactured at the Soap Kitchen where a valid CPSR for all the wholesale products is held, so there is no need to purchase you own so this helps to keep the cost down. You can see the full range of ready to market products in our Wholesale Brochure.

Step 1 – Choose your product

There is a wide range of toiletry products to choose from. Available by the bottle either labelled with the Soap Kitchen branded labels or alternatively unlabelled, allowing you to label and brand them yourself.  You can also buy in bulk in litres and kilos depending on the product that you can down pack yourself.

Step 2 – Choose your container

The Soap Kitchen has a wide and extensive range of bottles and containers and various closures for each that you can choose from at you can make the products look very individual to you and your brand.

Step 3 – Label and brand

As well as our own brand labels you have the option to label and brand them yourself. We provide a range of pre-designed labels that can include your logo, company name and details. There is more information on label quality here.

You need to include that your products was manufactured for you by us on your label. This can simply say ‘Made for (your company name) at (postcode of manufacturer)’.

Step 4 – Keep records

You are also required to ensure you hold a form of traceability documentation attached to the batch number on your product so that it can be traced back to the valid CPSR.

Step 5 – Be legal

If you are selling any of our cosmetic products under your own name and brand you are obligated to notify the products under your company name on the Cosmetic Product Notification Portal (CPNP).

More Information on how we can help

You can read about the other methods the Soap Kitchen can help you market and see products here.

Cosmetic Product Notification Portal

The Cosmetic Products Notification Portal (CPNP) is a free of charge online notification system created for the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 on cosmetic products. When a product has been notified in the CPNP, there is no need for any further notification at national level within the EU.

Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 (Article 13) requires that the responsible persons and, under certain circumstances, the distributors of cosmetic products submit some information about the products they place or make available on the European market through the CPNP.

The CPNP is making this information available electronically to:

  • Competent Authorities (for the purposes of market surveillance, market analysis, evaluation and consumer information)
  • Poison Centres or similar bodies established by EU countries (for the purposes of medical treatment).

The CPNP is accessible to:

  • Competent Authorities
  • European Poison Centres
  • Cosmetic products responsible persons
  • Distributors of cosmetic products.

Product Information File (PIF)

It is YOUR responsibility to prepare a Product Information File containing copies of MSDS, allergen lists and other required information to keep record of at your place of business. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure your product/s are always manufactured in a clean and safe environment. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure your labelling is correctly executed, which should include the full ingredient listing in correct INCI terminology for each variation of your product/s, together with suitable batch coding and contact information to you as the manufacturer.

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