Cosmetic Compliance
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CSAR Series: Understanding Dossiers Requirements for New Cosmetic Ingredient Registration and Notification

Alex Chen, Joanna Ru, Mike Sohn, Wennie Wei
Thursday , 17th Sep 2020

On August 28, 2020, China National Institutes for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) released the draft Instructions for New Cosmetic Ingredient Registration and Notification Dossiers for public consultation. The draft regulates the dossiers categories required for new cosmetic ingredient registration and notification and the requirements for each document and related testing. The draft also mentions that international alternatives can be acceptable under certain conditions.

In the English session, Joanna Ru will interpret the requirements for dossiers required for new cosmetic ingredient registration and notification, toxicological testing (including alternatives-related requirements), efficacy and stability testing, and other worthy-noting key points.

*To have a better chance of your questions being addressed, you're welcome to email us the questions before the webinar.

  1. Background

  2. A general interpretation

  3. Toxicological testing requirements

  4. Efficacy and stability testing requirements

  5. Other new requirements and key points

 *The final outline may be subject to revision.

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  • Key Account Manager
    Graduated from Central South University, Mr. Alex Chen is proficient in trade with Japan and Cosmetic and food regulations. As an elite manager of REACH24H, Alex has provided service for MT Cosmetic,TOFU-MORITAYA, Yakult, Marubeni, Kewpie, Kobayashi and other famous Japanese enterprises. More than 8 years' work experience has made Alex a master in international cosmetic, food, trade and related products.
  • Senior Cosmetic Regulatory Consultant at REACH24H
    Joanna has a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Ottawa and more than 3 years of experience supporting major cosmetic companies’ regulatory compliance efforts. She mainly focuses on researching Chinese cosmetic regulations, including the finished cosmetic products and new cosmetic ingredients, has assisted loads of clients to obtain pre-market approvals and complete import filing for their cosmetic products, such as La Prairie, REVLON and EOS. Also, she was invited to give presentations on various events and platforms, such as ICMAD, Cosmetic Compliance, as well as ChemLinked. In addition, she is sophisticated in global cosmetic regulations, including ASEAN, Korea and Japan, which provides a professional regulatory information for various cosmetic companies. Joanna’ s global regulatory expertise and strong business acumen afford her a strategic vision to navigate the regulatory and compliance challenges that often accompany new technologies and growth into new markets.
  • General Manager at REACH24H KOREA
    Mike is a South Korea market access expert with comprehensive knowledge of South Korea trade policy, laws and regulations in Cosmetic/ Chemical/ Food sectors. He had been a researcher in Korea Cosmetic Industry Institute (KCII), an overseas marketer in Won Tech, an RA at Daewoong Pharmaceuticals and worked at Histogenetics. He has been invited as the key speaker for more than 50 times all over the globe. He is acknowledged as a PR Agent of K-Beauty.
  • Cosmetic Regulatory Specialist
    Wennie Wei focuses on the research of Chinese and EU regulations and has extensive experience in cosmetic safety assessment. Currently, she is focusing on helping clients obtain pre-market approval for cosmetics and new ingredients in China. She has provided customized regulatory consulting services for several of the world's top cosmetic products and ingredient customers.