Good Manufacturing Practices Certification for Cosmetics (ISO 22716:2007)

Overview

UL’s accredited ISO 22716 certification guides an organization towards continual improvement and high quality, and complements an organization’s commitment to consistency in the cosmetic industry.

Definition

ISO 22716 offers a guideline on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for cosmetic products. These guidelines offer practical advice regarding human, technical and administrative factors affecting product quality. UL is ACLASS/ANAB Accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board to provide certifications to the ISO 22716 international standard globally.

Benefits

UL’s accredited ISO 22716 cosmetic certification service helps organizations mitigate risk and protect brand value, while providing confidence to brand managers, retailers and consumers.

Brand managers, retailers and vendors rely on UL’s audit report and certificate of conformance. UL’s ISO 22716 cosmetic certifications provide essential information that enables an organization to make informed decisions about how to improve quality, directly impacting brand credibility and product marketability.

Competing successfully in the global marketplace requires a commitment to continual improvement and conformance with international standards, which are intended to assure that an organization adheres to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines. ISO 22716 certification helps demonstrate an organization’s success in understanding and implementing international cosmetic guidelines.

Along with the ISO 22716 cosmetic certification, UL also offers a certification to the FDA’s 2008 Guide to Cosmetic GMP.


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PRODUCTS THIS SERVICE APPLIES TO

Cosmetics

APPLICABLE STANDARDS

ISO 22716:2007 Cosmetics — Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) — Guidelines on Good Manufacturing Practices

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