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40 Batches of Cosmetics Rejected by China Customs in July and August 2019

  •   30 Oct 2019
  •    Winnie Xu
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    Takehome: 
    The main reasons for imported cosmetics being rejected by GAC during customs inspection at Chinese ports from July to August were product expiry date issues, incomplete certificates or failure to submit relevant materials.

    As revealed by China General Administration of Custom’s latest data on non-compliant cosmetics, a total of 40 batches of substandard cosmetics imported from 5 countries failed customs inspection in July and August this year.

    The cosmetics rejected range from semi-finished products, samples and finished products. Reasons for rejections were primarily associated with exceeding the shelf life. Additional reasons were incomplete certificates or relevant materials and excessive bacteria count.

    The table below details the information of rejected cosmetics each month:

    Rejection TimeNumber of BatchesProduct CategoryCountry of OriginReasons for Non-compliance
    July [1]5Skincare cosmetic kit, facial maskKoreaFailure to submit the required certificates or relevant materials
    1Hand washAustralia
    2Shampoo (sample for trial), hair condition (sample for trial)Italy
    24Shaving gel, cologne, shower gel, deodorant, bath cream, moisturizer, foaming hand wash, hand wash, essential oil, sunscreenAmericaExceed the shelf life
    August [2]7Soap, handmade soapMalaysiaFailure to submit the required certificates or relevant materials
    1Fermented organic solution (semi-finished products)KoreaExcessive bacteria count

    Note: All the non-compliant cosmetic products have been either returned or destroyed at the port.

    For detailed customs inspection requirements of imported cosmetics, please refer to CL Expert Article: China Officials Clarify Customs Supervision Items on Imported Cosmetics.

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