Chapter I of the focus integrates all the important ingredient-related regulatory changes in the Asia-Pacific region from January to August 2018, such as China Taiwan restricted ingredients, preservatives, Japanese hair dye, Quasi drug ingredient requirement changes, and the restriction and prohibition of microbeads in various countries. Chapter II includes regulations or drafts related to ingredients released from January to August 2018, including two animal testing alternatives and two cosmetic testing methods in China, as well as guidelines for testing of cosmetic microbial limit in Korea. Quickly grasp all the latest ingredient requirements for cosmetics in the Asia Pacific in ChemLinked Focus!
Chapter I Regulatory Changes of Cosmetic Raw Materials in Asia-Pacific Regions
Limitation of Cadmium and Barium in Cosmetics
Revised Requirements of Additives Used in Permanent Wave Products and Additives Used in Hair Dyes
ASEAN Amends and Supplements Cosmetic Directive
Ban on Plastic Microbeads
Chapter II Ingredients-Related Drafts/Regulations Released
Two Cosmetic Testing Methods
Guidelines for Testing of Cosmetic Microbial Limit
Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC2015)
Catalogue of Standard Chinese Name of International Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI Chinese version 2010)
Introduction of the Lists of Regulated Cosmetic Ingredients in China
Japan: Revision to Standards of Quasi Drug Ingredients 2006
Taiwan: List of Ingredients Prohibited in Cosmetics
Taiwan: List of Ingredients Restricted in Cosmetics
Taiwan: Standard for Usage and Limitation Requirements of Preservatives in Cosmetics
Japan: Positive List of Additives in Permanent Wave Products
Japan: Positive List of Additives in Hair Dyes
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