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Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC2015)
Aug 10, 2017
This Inventory was issued by China Food and Drug Administration in 2015, which includes all ingredients that have been used in cosmetic products produced and sold in China. CFDA does not conduct safety evaluation on ingredients included in this Inventory. When using ingredients listed in this Inventory, cosmetic manufacturers should comply with requirements in the relevent regulations and standards and conduct safety risk assessment on ingredients, who should also be responsible for the quality and safety of products.
Cosmetic Safety Standard (2016 Version)
May 10, 2016
This regulation, pursuant to Article 8 of the Cosmetics Law, is to ensure the management of manufacture (import) and safety management by defining standards of negative ingredients, restrictive ingredients used in cosmetics and by determining the matters related to cosmetic safety management standards in market. This regulation shall be applied all the cosmetics of manufacture, import or distribution.Please note that this affiliated translation is not included in ChemLinked paid membership benefits.
Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics 2015
Jan 01, 2016
At the end of 2015, CFDA (now NMPA) finally announced that Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics 2015 has been reviewed and passed by Cosmetic Standards Expert Committee. Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics 2015 has been taken into implementation since December 1st, 2016.The main revisions of the new Cosmetic Safety and Technical Standard are:Making clear explanations of certain terms;Detailing cosmetic safety technical universal requirements:The limit of lead is adjusted from 40mg/kg to 10mg/kg. The limit of arsenic is adjusted from 10mg/kg to 2mg/kg. The limit of cadmium is newly set as 5mg/kg. The limit of dioxane is 30mg/kg. No asbestos should be tested out.Revising lists of cosmetic prohibited and restricted ingredients and lists of cosmetic permitted ingredients:Currently, there are 1388 kinds of prohibited ingredients, 47 kinds of restricted ingredients, 51 kinds of permitted preservatives, 27 kinds of permitted sun screeners, 157 kinds of colorants and 75 kinds of hair tints in Cosmetic Safety Technical Standard 2015.And revising physical-chemical inspection methods:60 kinds of testing methods for prohibited and restricted ingredients in cosmetics are newly added.All testing methods are standardized and classified for more convenient reference.Few mistakes in the previous Hygienic Standard for Cosmetics have been corrected.If you only wish to read certain parts of it, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us which parts you prefer buying and we will send you a corresponding quotation of the chosen parts.*Please note that this translation, provided by our affiliated company, is not included in ChemLinked paid membership benefits.
Catalogue of Standard Chinese Name of International Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI Chinese version 2010)
Feb 03, 2015
To strengthen the supervision and management to cosmetic ingredients and further standardize the Chinese names of cosmetic ingredients, the CFDA recently issued the Catalogue of Standard Chinese Name of International Cosmetic Ingredient (2010), namely INCI Chinese version. The Catalogue was completed on the basis of the Catalogue of Standard Chinese Name of International Cosmetic Ingredient (2007 Edition) issued by the Ministry of Health and the translation to the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook Twelfth Edition (2008) published in 2008 by Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association (CTFA) of the US, namely Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) now. In the Catalogue, there are 15649 ingredients sorted in alphabetical order according to the English names in INCI, the corresponding translated Chinese names and CAS numbers. It should be noted that the Catalogue is very different from the Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredient in China (IECIC), because CFDA just translated INCI rather than conducted safety assessment on all ingredients listed in it, so that not all cosmetic ingredients included in the Catalogue can be directly used to make cosmetics in China.
Guidelines for the Risk Assessment of Cosmetic Raw Materials (Draft)
Aug 15, 2012
A Commission from the Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China to produce 'Guidelines for Risk Assessment of Cosmetic Raw Materials (draft)' was undertaken by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2008. After compilation of the Guidelines, the CDC allowed consultation until 30th April, 2011. Now the draft version of the Guidelines has been released and has been translated by REACH24H.Released in Mandarin Chinese, there are a total of 5 chapters, including the scope, terms and definitions, data required for risk assessment, risk assessment procedure of cosmetic raw materials and risk assessment report of cosmetic raw materials. The Guideline stipulates the China cosmetic raw material risk assessment terms, general principles, technology and requirements. The Guideline also applies to China cosmetic raw materials and finished cosmetics products that create impurities during progress by raw material or in the production process.
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Guidance on Application and Review of New Cosmetic Raw Materials
Nov 29, 2010
China's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) recently clarified the registration of new cosmetic ingredients with a new Guidance document in which the data requirements for registration of certain types of new cosmetic raw materials were detailed.Highlights:Data requirements greatly reduced in 6 specific circumstancesRead-across and QSAR applicable
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