Cosmetic Compliance
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A Definitive Guide to EU Cosmetic Ingredient Compliance

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Jarius Ji
Tuesday , 19th Dec 2023

In the EU, the oversight of cosmetic ingredients is firmly rooted in a robust regulatory framework aimed at prioritizing consumer safety. Governed by Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 (Cosmetics Regulation), the use of cosmetic ingredients shall comply with conditions outlined in ingredient annexes, and undergo safety assessments to confirm their safety. Additionally, special attention is given to certain ingredients, with corresponding requirements established to ensure thorough consumer protection.

To assist global stakeholders in navigating the EU's proactive approach to regulating cosmetic ingredients, ChemLinked has organized this webinar. It will commence with an overview of the EU's cosmetics regulatory framework, and then delve into the general requirements for cosmetic ingredients. Furthermore, the webinar will explore the compliance in specific cosmetic ingredients, such as CMR substances, endocrine disruptors, and fragrance allergens. 


  • Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;

  • The presentation deck and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;

  • The webinar will be held on zoom. 


Part I Regulatory background

Part II General requirements for cosmetic ingredients

  • Use conditions

  • Safety assessment

  • Animal testing

  • labelling

Part III Compliance in specific cosmetic ingredients

  • CMR substances

  • Endocrine disruptors

  • Fragrance allergens

  • Nanomaterials

  • Microplastics

  • Formaldehyde releasers

*The final outline may be subjected to subtle revision.

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  • ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
    Jarius is a cosmetic regulatory analyst in the ChemLinked team. She focuses on tracking and interpreting the latest cosmetic regulatory changes in China, Singapore, Philippines, and the rest of the Asia Pacific area.