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.
Catalogue of Standard Chinese Name of International Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI Chinese version 2010)
No. / INCI Name / Chinese Name / CAS No.
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