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Taiwan Implements Cosmetic Hygiene and Safety Act

  •   2 Jul 2019
  •    Hedy He
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    Taiwan’s newly implemented overarching Cosmetic regulation “Cosmetic Hygiene and Safety Act” makes significant changes to administration of Taiwan’s cosmetic sector including:

    • Modification of cosmetic definition to align with international best practices.
    • Establish product notification system and product information filing system.
    • The registration of specific purpose cosmetics.
    • Implement GMP for the production of cosmetics.
    • Specify cosmetic enterprises' obligations.
    • Abolish criminal liability and increase fines.
    • Abolish pre-market approval of advertisements...

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