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Do I need any license or approvals for cosmetics brand?

Query: I have read your blog on how to start a cosmetics brands I have one doubt As I want to start my cosmetics brand and get products manufactured by some third party manufacturer . Do I need any license or approvals for same ?.kindly let me know Response: For only marketing and selling of cosmetic brands , you will not be required to have a drug license. If we talk about approval, then before manufacturing of your products, the manufacturer will take product approval from the drug department if needed. That's the manufacturer's responsibility. Hope this information is helpful to you...

List of categories of cosmetics

  1. Face care products other than face mask
  2. Face mask
  3. Eye contour products
  4. Lip care products
  5. Hand care products
  6. Foot care products
  7. Body care products
  8. External intimate care products
  9. Chemical exfoliation products
  10. Mechanical exfoliation products
  11. Skin lightening products
  12. Other skin care products
  13. Soap products
  14. Bath / shower products
  15. Make-up remover products
  16. External Intimate hygiene products
  17. Other skin cleansing products
  18. Chemical depilatories
  19. Physical epilation products
  20. Other body hair removal products
  21. Bleach for body hair
  22. Products with antiperspirant activity
  23. Products without antiperspirant activity
  24. Shaving products
  25. Pre- / after-shaving products
  26. Other shaving and pre- / after- shaving products
  27. Foundation
  28. Concealer
  29. Other face make-up products
  30. Mascara
  31. Eye shadow
  32. Eye pencil
  33. Eye liner
  34. Other eye make-up products
  35. Lip stick
  36. Lipstick sealer
  37. Other lip make-up products
  38. Body or face paint , including "carneval make-up"
  39. Other make-up products
  40. Hydro alcoholic perfumes
  41. Non hydro alcoholic perfumes
  42. Before and after sun products Sun protection products
  43. Self-tanning products
  44. Other sun and self-tanning products
  45. Other skin products
  46. Hair conditioner
  47. Scalp and hair roots care products
  48. Anti hair loss products
  49. Other hair and scalp care and cleansing products
  50. Antidandruff products
  51. Oxidative hair colour products
  52. Non-oxidative hair colour products
  53. Hair bleaching and dye remover products
  54. Other hair colouring products
  55. Products for temporary hair
  56. styling Permanent wave products
  57. Hair relaxer / straightener products
  58. Other hair styling products
  59. Hair sun protection products
  60. Other hair and scalp products
  61. Nail varnish / Nail make-up
  62. Nail varnish remover
  63. Nail varnish thinner
  64. Nail bleach
  65. Other nail varnish and remover products
  66. Nail care products
  67. Nail hardener
  68. Other nail care / nail hardener products
  69. Nail glue remover
  70. Cuticle remover / softener
  71. Nail sculpting products
  72. Other nail and cuticle products
  73. Toothpaste
  74. Tooth cleansing powder / salt
  75. Other tooth care products
  76. Mouth wash
  77. Breath spray
  78. Other mouth wash / breath spray products
  79. Tooth whiteners
  80. Other oral hygiene products

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