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Get the Inside Scoop: Key Points of NMPA Internal Training on China Cosmetic Registration and Notification Regulations

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Winnie Xu
Wednesday , 28th Apr 2021

Administrative Measures on Cosmetics Registration and Notification and its supporting rules have been released and will come into effect on May 1, 2021. Starting from May 1, the registration and notification of cosmetics shall comply with the requirements under the new regulatory framework. To help enterprises accurately understand the updated cosmetic registration and notification regulations, the National Medical Products Administration (hereafter referred to as NMPA) is going to organize an internal training program in late April. ChemLinked’s regulatory analyst, Ms. Winnie Xu, will participate in the training and bring back the first-hand regulatory information and news.

During this webinar, Ms. Winnie will share the key points of NMPA officials’ interpretation of the subsidiary regulations under Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulation (hereafter referred to as CSAR) and their responses on the most concerning issues. Detailed topics include "What kind of good manufacturing practices (normally abbreviated as GMP) certificate is recognized for exempting animal testing? Does NMPA accept foreign efficacy evaluation reports?", etc.


1. Cosmetic Regulations Release Plan

  • Current regulatory status

  • Regulations to be issued in the future

2. Noteworthy Points

  • What kind of GMP certificate is recognized for exempting animal testing?

  • Which alternative methods are under validation?

  • What are the requirements for safety assessment?

  • Does NMPA accept the efficacy evaluation reports issued by foreign institutions?

  • Which cosmetics efficacy evaluation documents need to be submitted?

  • Is there a list of prohibited words for cosmetic labeling and claims?

  • What is executive standard?

  • What requirements does the person in charge of quality and safety need to meet?

  • How to manage NCI whose usage exceeds the historical highest usage?

  • How to calculate the monitoring period if multiple enterprises registered/notified the same NCI?

  • Introduction of cosmetic registration and notification systems

  • How to manage hair growth, breast beauty, slimming, depilating and deodorant products?

  • Submission requirements for registration and notification documents

3. Key Timeline for Cosmetic Stakeholders

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  • ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
    Winnie Xu is an experienced cosmetic regulatory analyst in the ChemLinked team tasked with tracking, analyzing and interpreting the latest regulatory and market changes in China, Japan, and the rest of the Asia Pacific area. She has published a number of news and articles on cosmetic regulatory compliance and involved in various industry conferences. Areas of expertise: Cosmetic Pre-Market Approval Compliance, Cosmetic Ingredient Requirements, Animal Testing and CBEC.