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China NMPA to Launch Cosmetic Adverse Reaction Monitoring System on October 1 China NMPA will launch the upgraded new version of the National Cosmetic Adverse Reaction Monitoring System on Oct. 1, 2022. Where cosmetic registrants, notifiers, entrusted production enterprises, operators, or medical institutions find or learn any cosmetic adverse reaction, they shall submit a report through the system.
Indonesia Consults on the Draft Regulation for Perfume Refill This regulation stipulates the requirements for perfume refill, including factory design, manufacturing facility, ingredients, packaging materials, environmental sanitation, storage conditions, document, labeling, supervision and inspection, as well as non-compliance penalties.
EU to Extend the Individual Labelling Requirement for 56 Newly Identified Fragrance Allergens in Cosmetics On September 15, 2022, the EU introduced 56 newly identified fragrance allergens in cosmetics in a draft Commission Regulation notified to the WTO. Subject to the individual labelling requirement, these fragrance allergens shall be indicated in the list of ingredients when their concentration exceeds 0.001% in leave-on products or 0.01% in rinse-off products;
[Updated] China Cosmetic and New Cosmetic Ingredient Notification: The Current Situation China implemented a notification system for general cosmetics and low-risk new cosmetic ingredients. ChemLinked summarized the current situation of cosmetic and new cosmetic ingredient notification.
[Updated] EU to Amend Cosmetic Ingredient Use Requirements: 14 Newly Prohibited Ingredients and 2 Newly Restricted Ingredients The EU introduced amendments to the Annexes of Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 on Cosmetic Products respectively on February 1, 2022 and February 3, 2022. The amendments including: - Adding 14 prohibited ingredients - Deleting 1 prohibited ingredient - Adding 2 restricted ingredients - Amending 1 permitted preservative
China to Further Strengthen the Governance of Excessive Packaging for Commodities On September 8, 2022, China's State Council released a notice, announcing to further strengthen the governance of excessive packages for commodities.
Hedy He ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Jarius Ji ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Lorraine T.S. Li ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst (focusing on South Korea regulatory compliance)
Winnie Xu ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Nov 2022
in-cosmetics Asia 2022 BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand
Aug 2022
Jul 2022
In-cosmetics Korea 2022 COEX, Seoul, South Korea