New sunscreens labeling requirements were released by CFDA on June 1 but many requirements weren’t specified clearly. After consulting with CFDA, ChemLinked compiled the answers to some important questions.
Q: The new regulation stipulates that if the measured SPF = 2~50, the actual measured value shall be marked. If the value is 43, should cosmetics be labeled with SPF 43?
A: CFDA hasn’t yet figured out a reasonable labeling approach for SPF value but they will release a related notice ASAP. It is said that the labeled value may combine 95% confidence intervals and a multiple of 5. Due to the uncertainty companies can also label the SPF valu...
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