Product labels not only help your products stand out on the shelves to attract potential customers, but they also communicate important information.
Cosmetic labelling requirements in Australia are not straightforward, with at least six different laws and regulations needing to be met.
And with your product labels being one of the most visible parts of your skincare business, get it wrong and it’s likely you will be asked by the regulator to fix them or even pay a fine.
It’s no secret that labelling is one of the biggest pain points for people starting out on their skincare business journey (and even those who’ve been in business a while).
There's a minefield of legal requirements and there can be up to 14 elements to include on your labels. Even if you think you already know everything about cosmetic labels and have got it covered, it can be easy to miss something.
For example, not including the correct address, using the incorrect measurement marking or not listing ingredients in the correct order (particularly if you use multi-component ingredients like extracts and preservatives).
It’s been impossible to find all the information you need to know about cosmetic labels in the one place – until now.
Cosmetics Labelling Essentials is an 18-page guide that contains everything you need to know about labelling your skincare, soap, bath and body products to sell in Australia.
I created this guide for both new and established skincare brand owners like yourself to better understand their compliance obligations around labels.
So you can feel less stressed and focus on the fun creative side of your business, not worrying about being compliant.
It’s written in an easy-to-understand FAQ style, answering these questions plus more:
It also contains an example of a compliant cosmetic label for you to refer to when designing your own labels.
If you’re new to the skincare industry, you’ve probably already spent hours trying to work out what needs to go on a label. Hours of searching for the relevant legislation, then trying to read and understand it. And you still aren’t sure you’ve interpreted it correctly.
Before you waste time, stress and money on creating your product labels, get this must-read guide to creating compliant cosmetic labels in Australia.
Even if you’ve been in business a while, you may still not feel totally confident your labels are 100% compliant.
This guide will give you peace of mind that you’ve included all the required information.
Because if you don’t have a compliant label, you could have to spend money on redesigning and reprinting labels, or spend time responding to a regulator's warning letter, or even possibly pay a fine.