The expected impact of the European Union Green Deal will reduce the EU ingredients portfolio for cosmetics and chemicals with a complicated new process that requires a deep understanding of EU law. Anticipating potential formula changes will be challenging. Even if some ingredients are not prohibited or restricted, hazard classifications may trigger consumer concerns. Join PCPC on December 4 for a webinar on updates to the EU Green Deal and member state initiatives, including practical insights and tips that focus on the future EU ingredient management process.
This third webinar will summarize the management process, provide information on monitoring ingredient classification and status, and address commercial considerations. This webinar provides an excellent opportunity to understand how to navigate this future landscape, develop manufacturing and commercial strategies, and ensure that products are compliant and suitable for the EU market.
About the Speakers
Bloom Regulatory Ltd was created in 2019 to provide regulatory support to companies offering cosmetics via a new global approach to regulatory consultancy.
Marie A. Kennedy, Ph.D., Regulatory & Policy Specialist Advisor. Marie Kenndy, Ph.D., is a commercially focused Regulatory Affairs/Compliance and European/International Affairs specialist. She has accrued 30+ years’ experience in industry, trade association and university settings in four countries. She has experience of working with global brand leaders, regulators, and initiatives in the field of cosmetics, home and personal care (HPC), the chemical industry and BREXIT.
Amanda Ison, Director Regulatory Affairs. Amanda Ison has 25 years of experience in the cosmetics industry during which time she has provided support and advice to cosmetic companies, including on the European/UK Cosmetics Regulation and related topics and legislative frameworks. Ison liaised closely with the government on the implementation of a UK regulatory framework for cosmetics post-Brexit and, in collaboration with the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, has delivered regional and national training to Trading Standards Officers on ‘what compliance looks like’.
Olivia Santoni, CEO. Olivia Santoni has an extensive knowledge of the cosmetics industry globally and over 20 years of practical experience. She studied business law and healthcare product law before specializing in regulatory affairs. She started her regulatory career working as a medical device regulatory inspector at the French Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des Produits de Santé (ANSM). She then worked at the international department of the French cosmetics trade association (FEBEA) before moving to the UK and joining the UK Cosmetics Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA).