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NMPA adds Determination of Hormone Components in Cosmetics and Determination of Anti-infective Drug in Cosmetics into Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics (2015)

  •   29 Sep 2019
  •    Ye Chen
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    On 27th Sept, National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) amended the Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics (2015) by adding two testing methods: Determination of Hormone Components in Cosmetics and Determination of Anti-infective Drug in Cosmetics.
     
     
    The method for the determination of hormonal components in cosmetics is high performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. It is applicable to the qualitative and quantitative determination of 63 hormonal components in cosmetics such as cream emulsion, liquid water-based, liquid oil-based, gel, and facial mask cosmetics.
     
    The method for the determination of anti-infective drug in cosmetics is high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. It is applicable to the detection of 36 anti-infective drugs in cosmetics such as creams, lotions and liquids.

    Both documents have uploaded to our database, Determination1 and Determination2. If you’d like a translated version, please contact us by cosmetic@chemlinked.com

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