Fragrance Regulations & Compliance


FÁMMY FÆY’s fragrances are formulated from the United Kingdom. With 40 years’ experience in perfume industry,  our perfumer ensures that his career working in fragrance compounding and worked up through the ranks into quality control and development through to his current position as perfumer will produce fragrances that comply with fragrance regulations and compliance.


Fragrance regulations are a critical part of what we do and we take this responsibility very seriously. Fragrance regulations and compliance is an important aspect of the fragrance industry as their products meet all applicable national, regional, and international standards for safety, purity, and labeling. Companies must also comply with the various laws and regulations that govern the use, sale, and distribution of fragrances. This includes laws on labeling, ingredient disclosure, and product safety. Fragrance regulations and compliance also includes making sure that fragrances comply with environmental laws. This includes laws related to the manufacture, packaging, and disposal of fragrances. It also includes laws related to the use of fragrances in public places, such as schools and hospitals. Companies must also comply with laws related to the use of fragrances in the workplace.

Our fragrance manufacturer has now been certified as ISO9001 Compliant.

Our fragrance manufacturer is a member of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) and British Society of Perfumers, and comply with all fragrance regulations. They produce and handle all fragrance components in accordance with the IFRA Code of Practice. They are aware that customers rely on their assistance with compliance with rules and labeling. With their in-depth understanding of worldwide CLP labeling and allergen information, they assist their customers.


Acquired Halal certificate from Halal Food Council of Europe (HFCE).


Allergen Declaration to comply the 7th Amendment to the Cosmetic Directives of the European Union (EU).


Participated in Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora & Fauna.


Classification, labeling, and packaging of chemicals and mixtures: European Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008.


REACH stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals and is a regulation of the European Union (EC) No. 1907/2006.


The primary regulatory framework for completed cosmetic products when they are placed on the EU market is Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009.


The prerequisites for putting detergents on the market are covered under Regulation 648/2004 on Detergents.


Approved by ECHA – European Chemicals Agency.


Approved by HSE – UK Health and Safety Executive.

Need help to Understand?

It is important to be aware of all of the regulations and guidelines when selling buying fragrance products so consult our professional and attentive staff about the ideal aroma for your upcoming choice of perfumes. Our expertise in the field, as well as our familiarity with perfumery, allergens, and industry rules, enable us to advise you on your alternatives and recommend the fragrances that are most appropriate for you.