CSPR Cosmetic Product Safety Reports

CosmicAuria have developed  two CSPR categories for our products.                                

Read more information below and then click the buttons below to find out more     



1) CSPR for Nail polish making  and 2) CSPR for Top and Base coats 

1) CSPR for nail polish is the CosmicAuria ultimate nail polish Cosmetic report. This is the most comphensive and extensive CSPR available to UK and EU indies!! This covers all our 4 nail polish suspension bases, all 16 of our liquid pigments, a large variety of glitter variants & ingredients, many mica varieties, lots of other effect pigments and many many more products to come to the CosmicAuria shop.  You are able to create unlimited variants of polishes as long as the ingredients conform to the ones on the CSPR***

Find out more about this CSPR on its above link. Product FAQ can be found on its above link

2) CSPR will cover our best selling Ultra Shine Topcoat, Vitamin Intensive Power grip base coat and our Matte attack top coat.  Some of you love our topcoat and base coat and would just like CSPR's for them***

Find out more about this CSPR on its above link

*** These will be updated as we expand our ranges. The CSPR are valid forever & only subject to change with any future legislation changes in the EU cosmetic laws.


What is a CSPR (Cosmetic Safety Product Report)

As part of the law, it is a legal requirement for you (The nail polish maker/ manufacter) to hold a safety assessment (CPSR) for the products you are retailing within the EU. This must be completed by a suitable compliant qualified safety assessor chemist.

The safety assessor takes account of:

a) The general toxicological profile of each raw material used

b) The chemical structure of each material

c) The level of exposure of each material

d) The specific exposure characteristics of the areas on which the cosmetic product will be applied

e) The specific exposure characteristics of the class of individuals for whom the cosmetic product is intended.

All of the ingredients have a history of use in cosmetic and toiletry products.

The Ingredients are assessed to check for the following:

a) that they are not prohibited under the Cosmetics Regulation

b) that they are not restricted when used beyond the allowed authorized conditions

c) hold toxicological data that is incompatible with the intended concentration and use

d) that have insufficient toxicological data or safety in use experience

e) that are not properly characterized with regard to purity and analytical composition are excluded

In addition to a safety assessment,  correct labelling must be present on your product creations and you must hold a PIF ( Product Information File) we will include a PIF template after purchase with completed CSPR's

How to register a product on the CPNP Portal by Colin

Colin has given us permission to share his video to help small cosmetic makers upload their cosmetic products to the CPNP Portal.

Colin is a cosmetic chemist and can provide safety assessments for cosmetics.

Find him on  http://colinsbeautypages.co.uk