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Competent advice inCosmetics Law

Do you have any questions regarding cosmetic law?

We will be pleased to advise you on all questions concerning the development, marketability, delimitation, manufacture, labelling, advertising and distribution of cosmetic products!
  • Product development
  • Examination of marketability
  • Differentiation from other products
  • Production and contract manufacturing
  • Delimitation of responsibility
  • Examination of advertising statements
  • Import and export
  • Safety assessment and monitoring

Contact persons

Dr. Fabienne Diekmann

Tel.: +49 (40) 33443690

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Hannah Deussen

Tel.: +49 (40) 33443690

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If you have any questions about this or a similar topic, please contact us using the form below or via email:

info@diekmann-rechtsawaelte.de

Of course you can also contact us at
+49 (40) 33443690 by telephone.

All fields of activity

Cosmetics law

Cosmetic products are subject to extensive legal frameworks and regular changes in terms of their composition, manufacture, labelling, advertising, sale and monitoring. This is partly due to consumer safety. In addition, there are often issues regarding the differentiation of the product from, for example, medicinal products, due to confusion about composition.

We can support you in

  • developing a cosmetic product - from the raw material to the cosmetic product itself,
  • assessing the marketability of the composition,
  • differentiating your product from other products, such as medicines or biocides (e.g. compliance with pharmacological limit values),
  • manufacturing, including definition of responsibility (contracts),
  • product designation,
  • labelling cosmetic products and their components (e.g. fragrances),
  • reviewing advertising and permissible claims,
  • designing contracts with sales partners and channels,
  • creating safety assessments for all cosmetic products,
  • creating product documentation and product dossiers,
  • reviewing the permissibility of product information going beyond basic use and
  • reviewing possible extended product information.