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For products with a lifespan longer than 30 months, cosmetic products must show a "period after opening" time.That is, the time in months when the product will remain in good condition after the consumer has used the product for the first time.
Warnings and safety instructions must be provided on the outer pack and on instruction leaflets contained inside hair colourants.Sunscreen labelling SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.It is an indication of the amount of protection a product provides against UVB light.SPF is an industry initiative that has standardised the way a product’s UVB protection is indicated throughout Europe and much of the rest of the world.An SPF indicates the ability of a sun protection product to filter out UVB rays.Some of the information will be shown by use of a symbol.
Most symbols that are used on cosmetics and personal care labelling are the same across the EU so that they are easy to understand and with the added advantage that they do not require translation for every market.
To find out more about allergy: Facts about Allergy from Children and toothpaste: fluoride-based toothpastes Children’s toothpaste is labelled with a recommended quantity and instructions for use.
Swallowing a small amount of toothpaste when brushing is safe.
Examples are aerosols, which are effectively sealed, perfumes, which have a high alochol content, or single use packs.
This symbol denotes that additional important information is available with the product.
The "e" mark must be shown if the product is filled according to the "average fill system" which is defined in weights & measures legislation.