Animal testing for cosmetics has always been a controversial topic. Many countries restrict strictly on animal testing for cosmetics out of humanism and the access of alternatives. But it’s a legal requirement in China for imported cosmetics to test on animals due to the characteristics of botanical ingredients and late start of AAT validation, which hindered many cosmetic brands from entering this huge market.
During the webinar, Ms. Hedy He from ChemLinked will firstly analyze the regulations on animal testing in different countries, then share the latest developments of AAT validation in China obtained by REACH24H’s regulatory experts from NIFDC’s conference, finally provide several ways of entering Chinese cosmetic market circumventing animal testing with the analysis of specific cases.
1. Overview on Animal Testing for Cosmetics
1.1 Introduction to Animal Testing for Cosmetics
1.2 Developments in International Alternatives to Animal Testing for Cosmetics
2. Analysis of Regulations on Animal Testing for Cosmetics in Different Countries
2.1 Asian-Pacific Region
2.3 Other Countries
3. Status Quo of Animal Testing for Cosmetics in China
3.1 Regulations on Animal Testing for Cosmetics
3.2 Developments in Alternatives in China
3.3 Problems & Challenges
3.4 Future Trends
4. Ways of Entering Chinese Market Circumventing Animal Testing
4.1 Exporting Semi-finished Products
4.2 Establishment of a Domestic Manufacturing Base
Hedy He Cosmetic Regulatory Editor & Analyst from ChemLinked
Hedy He is the cosmetic regulatory editor and analyst from Chemlinked. Currently, she keeps tracking regulatory change news in Asia Pacific area and focuses on cosmetic ingredient requirements, registration/filing/notification procedures of China, Taiwan (district), Korea and Indonesia.