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Zhejiang Details Provincial Implementation Regulations for Filing of First-Imported Non-Special Cosmetics

  •   16 Nov 2018
  •    Winnie Xu
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    Dear Sirs, I am quite confused between domestic responsible person and responsible person for am overseas company. Specially about the interpretation: "One oversea cosmetic manufacturer can appoint several responsible person but one product can only have one domestic responsible person." Thanks for clarification Best regards
    Monday, 8 April 2019
    Thanks for your question. The domestic responsible person and responsible person are the same concept. For registration of imported special use cosmetics, an overseas cosmetic manufacturer can only appoint one responsible agent in China. This responsible agent is only responsible for the registration of all products the company produced. While for filing management of imported non-special use cosmetics, an overseas cosmetic manufacturer can appoint more than one responsible person in China. Every domestic responsible person is responsible for importation, operation and safety of a single product of the company. Please refer to our Featured (https://cosmetic.chemlinked.com/pudong-filing) for more information of the domestic responsible person. Best regards
    Thursday, 18 April 2019