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10 min read | Lucio Miranda
If your cosmetic products are not compliant with the FDA regulations, they easily risk being refused entry by the FDA
Here are some examples of recently rejected products
To give an idea of the most common violations that lead to the rejection of the product for export to the United States, below we’ll list some examples of cosmetics rejected in recent years:
FACE POWDER IN BULK manufactured by Italian company Tecnocosmesi S.p.A. was rejected on January 25, 2011 because it was classified as a new medicinal product and lacked the necessary documentation
EYELINER produced by German company Schwan Cosmetics Gmbh & Co. KG was rejected on January 4, 2011 because it contained colorants considered dangerous and because the label did not list all the ingredients.
SKIN CARE produced by Italian company Med Care Srl was rejected on January 3rd 2011 because the labeling was not suitable.
DAILY SCRUB manufactured by Canadian company Apollo Health And Beauty Care was rejected on January 24, 2011 as it contained substances harmful to health.
DETTOL CONC. DISINFECTANT manufactured by British company Reckitt Benkiser Ltd was rejected on January 31, 2011 as it did not meet the guidelines of Section 510 (j).
LIPSTICK produced by Italian company Laboratorio Phyto Technique Srl was rejected on August 30, 2011 because it contained colorants considered dangerous.
SHAMPOO AND HAIR CREAM produced by Italian company Faipa Cosmetics Srl was rejected on January 10, 2012 because it contained colorants considered dangerous.
DAILY BODY CREAM produced by Italian company D.A. Lab Srl was rejected on 11/29/2013 because it contained colorants considered dangerous.
EYELINER manufactured by Italian company Intercos Europe S.p.A. was rejected on 09/02/2015 as it contained ingredients considered hazardous.
A complete list of rejected products is available on the FDA website.
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