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slugworth
13-07-2008, 11:05 AM
If I wanted to sell kits for bath bomb making and lip balms do these need to be certidied? also what cost would I be looking at to geta very plain lip balm certified and what exactly do the labs do to test them? Also any1 know any good sources for lip balm tins (100s or so)
Thanks

astleysoapco
24-09-2008, 09:25 PM
Hi

If you are selling a kit then no. No need to have them cert. But if you chnage the ingredients in any way (from what you have bought), then yes. Bassically, the ingredients are ok, if it is kept the same way you bought it. I am 99% sure without looking into the cosmetic regulations directory.

astleysoapco
24-09-2008, 09:51 PM
ohh sorry you wanted lip balm tins too. Yeah, erhh this will do the trick - jjpack.co.uk. If they dont do them in small amounts, then shout at them down the phone, at least thats what I did!!

Sheabutter Cottage
24-09-2008, 10:47 PM
jjpack.co.uk

http://www.jjpack.com

Sheabutter Cottage
24-09-2008, 10:51 PM
If I wanted to sell kits for bath bomb making and lip balms do these need to be certidied? also what cost would I be looking at to geta very plain lip balm certified and what exactly do the labs do to test them? Also any1 know any good sources for lip balm tins (100s or so)
Thanks

You can sell the kits without certification. You can however offer certified lip balm kits to your customers.
Cost of certification really depends on the assessor.

Thorne (http://www.thorne.co.uk) have some tins depending on the size you need.

astleysoapco
25-09-2008, 10:16 AM
i forgot to mention ebottles.co.uk

slugworth
05-10-2008, 09:18 AM
thanks :) id want to leave them as plain as possibly, vegan and no flavours for alergy sufferers, people could add what they know they are safe with

deedoo
05-10-2008, 10:08 AM
Remember though if you are selling kits and people want to go on to sell they will need to get products certified if they are adding things to your bases