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To: Peter Coates
Leicestershire County Council, Trading Standards - East Midland Airport
County Hall, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8RA.

LABORATORY ANALYSIS CERTIFICATE
I, the undersigned, certify that on 8th July 2016 I received a sample for analysis as detailed below:
Date sample taken:

23rd June 2016

Reference number:

3041208310, PC/230616/2

Description etc:

1 x box teeth whitening, Crime/Incid no. PC/230616/2

I certify that the sample was analysed by me or under my direction and the results are as follows:Method
Units
Determinand

Result

Peroxide in cosmetics

CCOSPEROX

%w/w

:

0.06

Boron ^

ICP OES

mg/kg

:

15

% wt

:

< 0.05

Perborate ^
Key: '^' means subcontracted to MTD (Cardiff)

'<' means less than

My opinion and observations are:The packaging and labelling were marked with information which included:
Name or style:
Address:
Country of manufacture (non-EEA):
Best used before the end of:
Indication of useable life once opened:
Prescribed symbol for useable life:
Ingredient list:
Heading 'Ingredients':
Batch number:
Function:
Quantity:

Absent
Absent
Absent
Absent
Absent
Absent
Absent (Read in the leaflet inside NOTE: this was not in English)
Present
Present (TT201605-A)
Present
Present (3ml per syringe)

See images 1 - 6.
The Cosmetic Products Enforcement Regulations 2013, implementing EC Cosmetics Directive (1223/2009)
prescribe the safety requirements of cosmetics.
The product has also been analysed for peroxide and perborate. No perborate was detected.
The Regulations prescribe the safety requirements of cosmetics prescribes that hydrogen peroxide and other
Issue: 1
Lab ref: 45008

Page 1 of 4

Unless you request otherwise this specimen will be disposed of two months from the date of this report.

compounds or mixtures that release hydrogen peroxide, including carbamide peroxide and zinc peroxide
intended for oral products, including mouth rinse, tooth paste and tooth whitening or bleaching products are not
permitted to be present at 0.1% of hydrogen peroxide; either present or released.
0.06% peroxide was detected, which is below the maximum permitted level.

These regulations also include prescribed labelling requirements. Cosmetic products shall be made available on
the market only where the container and packaging of cosmetic products bear the following information in
indelible, easily legible and visible lettering:a) the name or registered name and the address (defined as within the EC) of the responsible person. Such
information may be abbreviated in so far as the abbreviation makes it possible to identify that person and his
address. If several addresses are indicated, the one where the responsible person makes readily available the
product information file shall be highlighted. The country of origin shall be specified for imported cosmetic
products;
b) the date of minimum durability(i) the date itself or details of where it appears on the packaging shall be preceded by the prescribed
symbol (sand glass timer) or the words: 'best used before the end of'.
(ii) clearly expressed and consist of either the month and year or the day, month and year, in that order.
(iii) supplemented, if necessary, by an indication of the conditions which must be satisfied to guarantee the
stated durability.
c) a list of ingredients. This information may be indicated on the packaging alone. The list shall be preceded by
the term 'ingredients'.
No business name or address, country of origin, durability nor list of ingredients were marked on the label.

I am of the opinion that the cosmetic complied with the Regulations and satisfied the safety requirements of the
tests applied, however, it does not comply with the labelling requirements.
.
I further certify that the sample had undergone no change which would affect my results, opinion or observations.
Certified by me this 1st August 2016
Signature:

Name:

John Robinson
B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Chem.A., C.Sci., C.Chem., FRSC, MIFST.
Public Analyst

Issue: 1
Lab ref: 45008

Page 2 of 4

Unless you request otherwise this specimen will be disposed of two months from the date of this report.

Photographic Appendix
Image 1

Image 2

Image 3

Image 4

Issue: 1
Lab ref: 45008

Page 3 of 4

Unless you request otherwise this specimen will be disposed of two months from the date of this report.

Image 5

Image 6

-o0o-

Issue: 1
Lab ref: 45008

Page 4 of 4

Unless you request otherwise this specimen will be disposed of one month from the date of this report.


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