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A Look back at 2020 with ChemLinked: Cosmetic Regulation Updates
Jan 15, 2021
The year 2020 saw many significant regulatory updates in the Asia-Pacific region. China finalized the overarching regulation-Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) after 30 years of waiting and introduced a series of supporting rules, indicating the overhaul of China's cosmetic regulatory framework. South Korea implemented the regulations on custom cosmetics and revised the requirements for functional cosmetics, restricted ingredients, colorants, etc. Japan, ASEAN and China Taiwan made significant changes on ingredient lists. And there were several regulatory updates in Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Australia.Global cosmetic stakeholders need to stay vigilant so as to cope with frequent regulatory changes, effectively address compliance challenges, and aim for great success while shouldering their social responsibilities. This report aims to provide an overview of revised and emerging cosmetic regulations in the Asia-Pacific region over the year and educate our clients on key regulatory points.Notes: clients purchase this report can watch the corresponding webinar for free. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the webinar access.
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2019 South Korea Cosmetic Regulatory Updates
Jan 15, 2020
ChemLinked has completed 5 annual reports this year. If you prefer to read all of them, you may purchase our package of annual reports with a very cost-effective fee (about 50% off).ChemLinked 2019 Annual ReportsFee2019 China Cosmetic Regulatory Updates$1592019 China Taiwan Cosmetic Regulatory Updates$1592019 South Korea Cosmetic Regulatory Updates$1592019 Asia Pacific Animal Testing Regulatory Updates$1292019 Cosmetic Ingredient Updates in China, Japan, South Korea and ASEAN$129Package$399 ($735)2019 was an eventful year in South Korea's cosmetic sector, during which we witnessed many essential regulatory updates. South Korea introduced new regulations and standards for custom cosmetics and organic cosmetics, expanded the scope of cosmetics, adjusted the compliance requirements for functional and children cosmetics, and much more. These updates will be analyzed in this report.
South Korea Cosmetic Regulatory Updates 2015
Jan 12, 2016
Compared to China’s policy of sweeping reforms to its cosmetic regulatory framework, South Korea adopts a more gradual approach through the implementation of smaller changes over an extended period of time via minor amendments to official acts, rules and standards. Generally the overarching cosmetic regulation in a country isn’t modified or supplemented frequently but in South Korea this is not the case. Almost every year the MFDS revises or supplements some clauses of the Cosmetic Act. As such 2015 was not an eventful year in terms of regulatory updates in South Korea. The most significant change was South Korea’s progress in eliminating mandatory animal testing requirements.
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