Regulations                                          Regulations concerning the hygiene supervision over cosmetics (1990) – main regulation; Detailed Rules for the Implementation of the Regulation on the Hygiene Supervision over Cosmetics (2005); Hygienic Standard for Cosmetics (2007)The Measures for the Administration of Hygiene License for Cosmetics (revised in 2010);Guideline for Risk Evaluation of Substances with Possibility of Safety Risk in Cosmetics (2010); Standard Chinese Names of International Cosmetics Ingredients Inventory (2010); Cosmetics Technical Requirement Standard (2011); Guidelines for the Registration and Evaluation of New Cosmetic Ingredient (2011); AQSIQ Order No. 143 of 2011 – The Administrative Measures on the Inspection, Quarantine and Supervision of Chinese Imported & Exported Cosmetics (2011) Requirements of Ingredients in Cosmetics The Hygienic Standard for Cosmetics published by the Ministry of Health in 2007 has banned over 1200 chemicals in cosmetics and restricted the use of 73 chemicals, 56 preservatives, 156 colorants, 28 sun block agents and 93 dyes in cosmetics. Before companies apply for hygiene license or record-keeping certificate, companies shall make sure their formula meets this hygienic standard. Companies shall also check if there is any new ingredient in their product. A new ingredient that is not currently listed on the Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC)Read More →

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