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China Non-compliant Cosmetic Data from January to March

  •   16 May 2019
  •    Ye Chen
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    • The main reasons for cosmetics being rejected at Chinese ports from January to March were lack of filing certificates and inconsistencies between certificates and inspected cosmetics.

    Import Failure from Jan. – Mar. 2019
    According to the data on non-compliant cosmetics from China General Administration of Customs (GAC), a total of 8 batches of cosmetics from 3 countries/regions (South Korea, Germany and Taiwan) were rejected from January to March 2019.

    These products range from cleansing products to skin care products. The major reason for the rejections is invalid certificates, including inconsistencies between the certificates supplied and the cosmetics inspected. Additional reasons were lack of filing certificate, incomplete certificates or relevant materials and unqualified labeling.

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

    Rejection TimeNumber of BatchesProduct CategoryCountries/Regions of OriginPort of EntryReasons for Non-compliance
    January [1]1Cleansing FoamSouth KoreaGuangzhouExcessive bacteria counts(Microbial contamination)
    1EssenceGermanyShenzhenInconsistencies between certificates and inspected cosmetics
    2Makeup-removal CottonTaiwanShenzhenLack of filing certificates
    February [2]1Makeup removerSouth KoreaShenzhenInconsistencies between certificates and inspected cosmetics
    1Children toothpasteGermanyShenzhenUnqualified labeling
    1EssenceSouth KoreaShanghaiIncomplete certificates or relevant materials
    March [3]1FragranceGermanyGuangzhouLack of filing certificates

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

    Detailed requirements for imported cosmetics filing can refer to CL News.

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    Ye Chen is a cosmetic editor in the ChemLinked team, whose major job is to interpret, track and analyze the latest cosmetic regulatory and marketing changes in China and the rest of the Asia Pacific area. Her main focus is in mainland China, Taiwan (district) and Australia.

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