Labeling Requirements for Detergent Product Registration in Dubai

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The Detergent Regulations cover the placing, manufacturing, and making available in the market and utilization of the detergent products. Furthermore, detergents with a biocidal action are likewise regulated by the BPR (Biocidal Products Regulation) which incorporates disinfectants, antimicrobials, sanitizers, antibacterial, and any detergents with the biocidal activity. Detergent product registration in Dubai is mandatory. You must register your products before bringing them to the UAE market.

All the detergents in the UAE market should be packed and labeled according to the Regulations. Detergents that have biocidal active substances should likewise comply with the Biocidal Products Regulation. 

The responsibility for packaging and labeling of detergents products lies with:

  • All the producers/manufacturers as well as importers of detergent products,
  • Any individual who is changing the formation of the detergent, and 
  • Any individual who changes the packaging or labeling of the detergent product including distributors and retailers who sell “own name label” detergents. 

Detergent Product: A detergent is any product that is intended for cleaning and washing. Detergent products may be sold for industrial, institutional, or household purposes in many forms such as:

  • Paste,
  • Liquid,
  • Powder,
  • Bar,
  • Cake etc. 

The following are examples of the detergent product. 

  • Laundry washing powders, 
  • Kitchen sprays
  • Dishwasher products,  
  • Oven cleaners. 

A few detergents contain biocides.

Packaging and Labelling of Detergents Products 

The packaging and labeling of every detergent product should comply with the requirements of the Detergent Regulations. Where the detergent product has a biocidal function, the packaging should likewise contain labeling information as needed by the Biocidal Products Regulation. 

Moreover, where the detergent product is classified as dangerous, the detergent product should be hazard labeled as per the standards set out in the classification as well as labeling legislation. 

Requirements for packaging and labeling of detergent products

The following information should appear in the packaging of every detergent product that is sold to the public: 

  • Product name
  • Trade name
  • Name, contact details, and address of the party who is responsible for placing the product in the market
  • List of specific constituents
  • Names of any optical brighteners, preservations, perfumes, disinfectants, enzymes present in the product
  • Names of any allergenic scents. 
  • Website address where the ingredients list of the detergent product is given. rundown of elements of the cleanser item is given. 

If there are any changes made to a label should be informed to the authorities for approval.

Explicit prerequisites for the Labelling of Laundry Detergent Products offered to the overall population 

What are the labeling requirements for detergent products classified as hazardous?

All detergent products that are classified as hazardous should be hazard labeled 

The following information should be displayed on the package of hazard label:

  • Trade name of the mixture, 
  • content (weight or volume) 
  • Name, contact details, and address of the supplier, 
  • Hazard pictogram, 
  • Hazard statement,
  • Signal word, 
  • Precautionary statements

Ingredient Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets

All the detergent products that are classified as hazardous and those which are sold to the professional users should have a Safety Data Sheet that outlines the information of the hazard and safety for the product. 

For industrial or institutional detergents where SDS (Safety Data Sheet) is available and gives the same information as is required by the IDS (ingredient Data Sheet), this will meet in a place of the IDS (Ingredient Data Sheet).

Note: If the detergent product is sold to the public only or where a Safety Data Sheet is not required because the detergent product is not classified as hazardous, an IDS (Ingredient Data Sheet) should be available.

Speak to Our Product Registration Experts

Detergent products are high in demand in the United Arab Emirates. The process to register a detergent product includes a highly streamlined process. MSZ corporate services provider ensures that the detergent products meet all the requirements including the lab tests and assisting companies completing the complete process smoothly. Our expert consultants will guide you with product registration in Dubai also with the packaging and labeling requirements for the detergent product registration in Dubai. If you have any query or looking for detergent product registration in Dubai contact us at +971562181007 or mail at info@msz.ae

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