Halal cosmetics refers to beauty products made from and composed of ingredients permitted under Islam.
Although halal certification is the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to food, certification can also be made for cosmetic products, and it is a category that has recently become a high consumer demand.
The halal compliance of cosmetics is basically enforced throughout the entire supply chain, from the sourcing of ingredients (so that they do not contain any non-halal ingredients) to production and shipping/distribution.
Halal certification processes have a comprehensive assessment approach, starting from the source of raw materials, production processes and transportation/distribution. The other approach refers to the assessment of a finished product to ensure that the product does not contain pork derivatives. Throughout the supply chain, halal cosmetics should be protected from the possibility of cross-contamination with non-halal ingredients.
Halal cosmetic products contain halal ingredients and in a halal environment, by preventing contact with non-halal substances; Products manufactured under good manufacturing practices are called The sources of the raw materials to be used must be known and the raw materials must comply with halal standards.
Products with halal certification – the origin of each ingredient(s) and on the production chain of the product purchased and used – are considered halal when they guarantee adherence to religious prescriptions. Also, in some countries, Halal certification is a basic customs requirement for certain products to enter the country and for subsequent marketing.
The halal cosmetics certificate, on the one hand, enables companies exporting cosmetic products to reach the Islamic faith markets, where the purchasing power of personal care increases, on the other hand, contributes to the credibility of the Islamic society residing in our country.