Cosmetic Compliance
Intelligence & Solutions

Understanding Cosmetic Regulations in Turkey

FREE
Burcu Seven
Thursday , 20th Oct 2022
CETİNKAYA
Background

Turkey holds a position as the bridge between Asia and Europe where there is a high demand for cosmetics. Despite the covid 19, Turkey's cosmetic market grows 10% each year. Turkey’s cosmetic supervision is special. It adopts a declaration system for cosmetic products based on the manufacturer’s own statements. It has a different definition of "manufacturer" whose scope also includes the "importer". However, still, the cosmetic industry includes particular procedures for certification requirements. 

In this webinar, ChemLinked invited Ms. Burcu Seven, an attorney from CETİNKAYA. She will give us an overview of cosmetic requirements in Turkey.

Contents

1. Cosmetic Market Overview

2. Regulatory Framework

Competent Authority

Main Regulations

3. Compliance requirements

Notification System

Product Tracking System («ÜTS»)

Packaging and Labelling

Informing the National Poison Information Center

Promotion and Advertisement of Cosmetic Products

Audit, inspection, surveillance of Cosmetic                  

Administrative Fines

Practicable Advice for Importers (Importing Manufacturers)

Schedule
Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language Speaker
2022-10-20 21:30 ~ 22:30 London: 14:30-15:30 New York: 9:30-10:30 English Burcu Seven
Speaker
  • Associate at CETINKAYA
    Burcu specializes in a number of areas of law, including compliance and business ethics, corporate and commercial, capital markets, competition law, and anti-bribery and anti-corruption. She focuses mainly on compliance monitoring, third-party risk management, internal investigations, and contract management, providing legal consultancy to clients who predominantly operate in the healthcare and life sciences, technology, e-commerce, and energy sectors. She advises local and international clients in regulatory compliance for their daily business needs and on issues related to export controls and economic sanctions.