Products Registration in Dubai Municipality

Dubai has changed dramatically over the last three decades, becoming a major business centre with a more dynamic and diversified economy. Dubai offers a unique business environment that sets it apart from other places. UAE government wish to establish a modern assessment, so product registration in Dubai is compulsory before lunching any of products in Dubai market.

In order to register a product in Dubai, a number of steps need to follow and to register the product in Dubai , a list of documents need to produce from country of origin and these documents must be attested from UAE embassy.

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Products Registration in Dubai

What Is Product Registration?

The basic purpose of registration is consumer safety, this process permits the CPSS (Consumer Products Safety Section) to fold adequate information to evaluate the safety of products. It is compulsory to highlight that no cosmetic product will be manufactured, imported, exported, advertised, sold or distributed in Dubai without registration in accordance with Dubai Municipality regulation.

Why Product Registration is mandatory in UAE?

To ensure the compliance of cosmetics, personal care products, and perfumes to the conditions and specifications of the endorsed standards, and thus allowing importers, producers and traders of cosmetics, personal care products, and perfumes to avoid the rejection of their shipments that arrive to Dubai’s ports or avoid withdrawal of their products from the domestic market

The Registration Regulation in UAE.

The Dubai Government standardizes the manufacture, sale and importation of cosmetic products by requiring that all cosmetic products to be registered prior to placing in Dubai market; as well as by regulating the individuals to get a proper license in Dubai related to cosmetics products.

Validity of Product Registration in Dubai

The registration of a cosmetic product is valid for 5 years as an extension for renewal to be reviewed.

Cosmetic & Personal Care Products Registration.

Are any substances or /products/pharmaceuticals intended to be placed in contact with the various external parts of the human body (epidermis, hair system, nails, lips and external genital organs) or with the teeth and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity with an intention of exclusively or mainly to clean, perfume, change appearance, correct body odors, protect and / or keep these parts in good condition.

Functions for Cosmetics Products

Following are the basic function of Cosmetic products.

  • To clean
  • To perfume
  • To change the appearance
  • To protect
  • To keep in good condition
  • To correct body odors

Food Products Registration.

Dubai has become the international hub of trade in the Middle East, especially with regards to the trading of food with substantial quantities imported and exported through its ports each year. Such high volume of trade could not be controlled without establishing proper food control procedures enforced by and active, efficient & effective food control authority. This authority aims at guaranteeing the safety and quality of imported & re-exported food, while ensuring simple & prompt procedures and transactions to facilitate food trade.

Organic Products Registration.

What is Organic Means?

Simply stated, organic produce and other ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products do not take antibiotics or growth hormones.

Registration and issuance of Conformity certificate for Organic Products by matching the UAE Assessment Scheme (ECAS) According to the technical requirements of the Ministerial resolution No. 84 for the year 2012