The highest compliance standards in the industry.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Savvi is an organization that strives to be an integral global corporate citizen. We believe it is our responsibility to conduct business conscientiously — particularly in terms of product safety, ethics, human rights, workplace practices and environmental issues — and to seek out partners who also share this philosophy.
Our approach to our business is founded on 3 tenets:
A MISSION to make the world a happier place one temporary tattoo at a time,
A VISION to provide unique and safe forms of expression through culture, creativity and innovation, and
A GOAL to be the most trusted, compliant and recognized global source of temporary tattoos.
Temporary tattoos represent the greatest bulk of our product offering. As a primary designer and manufacturer of skin-contact products, we have adopted standards for the safety, quality and integrity of all our products and processes.
Through our safety protocols, all our temporary tattoos are skin-safe, FDA-compliant and use cosmetic-grade inks. In addition, our inks are free of animal by-products in either testing or production. It is our belief Savvi provides the safest, most compliant temporary tattoos available in the market today.
To this end, the material composition of our products meets the legal guidelines of:
California Proposition 65, including safe levels of lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury, and phthalates.
The Consumer Product Safety Act of 2008 (CPSIA), Section 106 pursuant to ASTM F963-11-220.127.116.11(2)
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
Title 16 (CPSC) Section 1303
Section 1500.14 (a, b) Toxicological Risk Assessment
Title 21 (FDA) Sections 73, 74, 81, 82, 700-740
United States Pharmacopeial (USP) for Antimicrobial Effectiveness
USP <51>, <61>, <62>
Labeling of Hazardous Art Material Act (LHAMA) pursuant to ASTM D-4236
The Toxics In Packaging Prevention Act (TiPPA), for safe levels of lead, cadmium, chromium, and mercury.
Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse (TPCH) for safe levels of lead, cadmium, chromium and mercury.
FDA Cosmetic Label Review Guidelines
Some of Our Key Certifications:
ANSI 455-3 GMP for Cosmetics 2021
2013 FDA Cosmetic Guidelines
In addition to this extensive testing, both our products and processes undergo regular 3rd party testing and audits, either through accredited compliance organizations or our large retail customers.
SPECIAL NOTE: Compliance Enhancements Coming in 2024
In January 2023, the Food and Drug Administration announced that key provisions of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act (FDCA) will soon take effect. Currently referred to as the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulation Act of 2022 (MoCRA), these provisions are the most significant expansion of the FDCA since 1938. As a skin-contact product, our temporary tattoos are classified as a cosmetic product under the jurisdiction of this act. We are monitoring the activation of these provisions closely so that we can ensure our full compliance when the new regulations take effect at year’s end.
Our overall guiding principle is simple – act responsibly and ethically by focusing on a core group of values that define the scope of our social accountability. As we operate our own facility, we also apply these values to qualify, measure, and evaluate all of our vendor partners.
Wages, Benefits and Working Hours. We comply with all applicable wage, working hours, benefits, and overtime laws.
Discrimination. Our employment practices do not discriminate on the basis of age, nationality, race, religion, social or ethnic orientation, gender or disability. Furthermore, physical or verbal harassment or abuse is not tolerated.
Workplace Conditions. We provide a safe, healthy and secure workplace for all employees. Proper sanitation, lighting, ventilation and fire safety protection are provided.
Child and Forced Labor. We do not condone or use any form of forced labor, including indentured, prison, bonded or slave labor. Nor do we use any form of child labor. We comply with all minimum age provisions of local laws.
We believe that a commitment to the environment should be a core component of our business. To this end, we are committed to doing what we can to reduce the amount of waste our company generates that could have an adverse effect on our ecosystem. By actively managing our own environmental footprint— energy, water, and waste systems — we:
Abide by all local applicable environmental laws and regulations.
Recycle all of the scrap generated at our facility (pulpboard coasters, etc.).
Reuse most raw material cartons and packaging materials.
Participate in a company-wide recycling program to reclaim the everyday materials we use in our business (paper, bottles, aluminum).