Have you ever wondered whether your soap and cosmetics products labels comply with FDA law? Have you ever struggled to understand how to make cosmetics in accordance with the Good Manufacturing Practices recommended by FDA to protect your customers and produce safe products? Do you ever think you should label your products to comply with EU regulations so you can sell your products legally there in the future?
If your answer to any of these question is, “Yes,” then you'll want to know about my Indie Beauty Business Regulatory Boot Camp in Charlotte, North Carolina, on January 12, 2013. To get more details about this fantastic event, keep reading!
This all-day event is happening Saturday, January 12, 2013 at Indie Business Studio. Here are details!
“Indie Beauty Business Regulatory Boot Camp”
with Donna Maria and Lela Barker of Bella Lucce and Lucky Break Consulting
Saturday, January 12, 2013, 8am to 5pm
This event is open to all, and IBN members enjoy a significant discount. (If you’re not an IBN member yet and you’d like to join to take advantage of the discount and additional business building benefits, including affordable products liability insurance, click here.
This is Just a Smidgeon of What You'll Learn
– a brief history and review of FDA rules that apply
– detailed explanation of all cosmetics labeling requirements
– application of rules for back bar and sampling
– label text size requirements
– how FDA enforces labeling laws
– clarification of the “soap exemption”
– what to do when the law is unclear on a labeling point
– how to distinguish between soap, cosmetics and drugs
– explanation of how US and European Union laws interact
– dozens of product photos and sample labels providing practical application
– specifics for Incoming Quality Control processes – ensuring the integrity of ingredients as they arrive in your facility
– incorporating standard formulas and methods to ensure the predictability and quality of your products
– detailed overview on how to keep clear and professional manufacturing records
– how to choose effective and economical cleaning supplies and equipment
– how to create and follow a standard manual of procedure for your business
All soap and cosmetics companies must comply with the same regulations. The tiniest startup is expected to follow the same rules as the largest manufacturers. While any soap and cosmetics companies of all sizes will come away from this event with everything they need, the curriculum will be especially geared toward handmade entrepreneurs who are manufacturing in very small spaces as solepreneurs or with a very tiny staff. It's all about empowering you to run your business efficiently and with the peace of mind you need to advance with confidence.
There is *so* much more, and you can get all of the juice details and the registration link here here.
Do you have a question for Lela Barker? Whether you are attending in person or via audio feed, this is your chance to ask your question and we will add it to the list and be sure to get you an answer. Please use this form. If you do, it’s easier for us to weave your answer into the presentation. We want to make sure all of your questions are answered in the time we have. Questions posed in advance via this form will receive priority, and you must be a registered attendee. Make sure your question is included. Thank you!
See you in Charlotte on January 12!