[China Cosmetic Webinar Series 1] Sunscreens Regulations

Lemon Zhang
Wednesday , 29th Jun 2016
REACH24H Consulting Group China

In May 2014 ChemLinked Cosmetic Portal was born with the mission to help our clients to enter and stay in the Chinese and AP markets. We are now celebrating our 2-year anniversary. To celebrate our continued growth ChemLinked will host a webinar series dealing with the most important issues in China cosmetic market regulation.

The webinar series will deal with China cosmetic regulations and will cover four cosmetic categories: sunscreens, whitening products, baby cosmetics and oral care products. Every month, a different expert at Cosmetic Division of Reach24h Consulting Company, founder of ChemLinked will be invited to give a presentation.

As a professional team providing compliance services, the Cosmetic Division has extensive experience in CFDA cosmetic registration and has successfully completed numerous cases. In addition, the team consists of knowledgeable specialists with strong academic backgrounds, such as toxicology, chemistry, pharmacy and medicine. During the webinars, speakers will share their actual compliance experience and interpret the requirements from the aspects of product formulation, testing, labels, claim, etc.

The first webinar will take place at June 29th 2016. To promote the webinar and celebrate our success, access to the complete webinar series (4 webinars) can be purchased for the special price of just $99.99 or alternatively individual webinars can be purchased for just $36.99.

On June 1 China Food and Drug Administration promulgated and implemented a regulation named Requirements for Sunscreens Labeling, revising the labeling requirements relating to SPF and PFA. Lemon Zhang will interpret the changes, analyze the impacts on cosmetic companies and share some inside information. In addition, she will share her actual compliance experience and give practical advice to regulatory professionals.

  • Requirements for related products in China (BB&CC cream, primer, foundation and after-sun repair)

  • New labeling requirements

  • Comparison of restricted sunscreens in 2007 Hygienic Standard and Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics 2015

  • Testing items, duration & cost

  • Using an oversea UV testing reports



Lemon Zhang  Toxicological Specialist

Lemon Zhang focuses on the research of China’s cosmetic regulations and toxicology assessment. She has assisted a number of clients to obtain pre-market approvals from China Food and Drug Administration and also has extensive experience in cosmetic safety assessment and cosmetic ingredient assessment for substance with potential risk.