With Indonesia's growing middle class and increasingly prosperous consumers, the country’s cosmetic sector has performed well up until 2018. According to Indonesia's BPOM (National Agency of Drug and Food Control) 33,823 registered cosmetic products were sold in the country as of September 2017. Indonesia' s cosmetic industry growth was recorded at a remarkable 12% with a total sales value of IDR 19 trillion (~US$1.3 billion). On top of that, cosmetic product exports have also increased by almost 3.6% for the last five years...
Detailing Standards of Cosmetics Labeling, Claim and Advertisement in Indonesia
- 25 Sep 2018
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Principal Consultant at Cekindo
Expertise: Regulatory Affairs, Product Registration (cosmetics, food supplement, food and beverage, medical devices, household products) and Halal Certification
Bio: Nurmia Dwi Agustina oversees activities related to Market Entry Strategies, Legal Incorporation, Licenses, and Compliance of Indonesian entities. Nurmia emphasizes on building long-term partnerships with Cekindo’s clients and providing them with tailor-made solutions.