• According to various estimates the volume of Ukranian cosmetics market at the end of 2017
amounted to UAH 30.8 billion.
• According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, the number of national producers in the industry
increased by 75% comparing 2011 with 2018
• According to Euromonitor International the Ukrainian cosmetic market has potential for development
by 21% in the mass market sector and 7% in the premium sector.
• Production volumes of PRIVATE LABEL significantly increased in Ukraine.
The prohibition of animal testing of cosmetic products has been in force in the European Union and other countries for many years. Foreign companies can market their products on the basis of research results using alternative methods. After the implementation of the Technical Regulation on cosmetic, there will be a complete ban on testing cosmetics on animals in Ukraine.
In order to regulate cosmetic products in the EU, the European Parliament and the Council adopted Regulation (EU) No 1223/2009 on cosmetic products, which was put into effect on July 11, 2013, along with the repeal of Council Directive 76/768.
This Regulation is binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States of the EU.
Regulation (EU) No 1223/2009 includes: MORE…
On January 20, 2021, the Minutes of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted the Resolution “On Approval of Technical Regulation on Cosmetics”. Technical regulation on cosmetics that will regulate the cosmetics industry in Ukraine will come in force on August 3, 2022. This Technical Regulation is developed on the basis of Regulation (EU) №1223 / 2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 on cosmetic products.
You can get acquainted with the official document on our website or at the link: About the statement of the Technical regulation on cosmetic products
Antiperspirants and deodorants are among the most widely used cosmetic products.
Antiperspirants are specifically designed to prevent perspiration (the process of removing sweat from the sweat glands). Often, antiperspirants have aluminum compounds. The most active are chloride and aluminum chloride. Aluminum salts coagulate skin proteins, cause depression of the secretory of the sweat glands and thus reduce the local sweat allocation. Antiperspirants are applied only to certain areas of the body, so they do not affect the process of sweating the body as a whole.
Deodorants do not stop sweating, but kill bacteria and mask the smell. Eliminating the unpleasant smell of the body occurs due to slowing down the decomposition and oxidation of sweat. As deodorant components, various compounds with antimicrobial action are used.