As of 25 January 2017 manufacturers and importers of cosmetic products in the EAEU (the former Customs Union) will have to issue a conformity declaration pursuant to one of the prescribed schemes: 3d, 4d or 6d.
EEU (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan)
Technical Regulation on the Safety of Light Industry Products (TR CU 017/2011 or TR TS 017/2011)
Applicability and transitional period
Date of entry into force: 1 July 2012.
Official publication date: 15 December 2011.
Last amendment: Decision No. 235 of 20 November 2012 of the Eurasian Economic Commission Collegiate.
Technical Regulation on the Safety of Perfumery and Cosmetic Products, TR CU 009/2011 or TR TS 009/2011, adopted by the Customs Union Commission Decision No. 799 of 23 September 2011
Entry into force: 1 July 2012
Which products does the TR on the Safety of Perfumery and Cosmetics apply to?
The TR applies to cosmetics and perfumery released on the Customs Union market in consumer packaging.
Unofficial English translations of Customs Union Technical Regulations
Customs Union Technical Regulation on the Safety of Perfumery and Cosmetic Products No. 009/2011
The Technical Regulation includes:
The dates for the entry into force of the Customs Union Technical Regulations in Armenia are set by Decision No. 28 of the Eurasian Economic Commission Collegiate of 14 April 2015 sets out the transitional periods for entering into force of the Customs Union Technical Regulations in Armenia.
The creation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) resulted in the introduction of the new set of non-tariff regulations for certain products.
16 February 2015 is the commencement date for the public discussion of draft amendments to the list of standards the voluntary use of which ensures compliance with the Technical Regulation of the Customs Union on the Safety of Perfumery and Cosmetic Products (TR TS (TC) 009/2011).
Interstate standard GOST 32117-2013 “Perfumery and cosmetics. Information for consumers. General requirements” is in force since 1 January 2014.