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Regulatory Compliance Strategy for Cosmetic Ingredients Entering China Market

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Cinny Hu, Ivy Sun
Thursday , 16th Jun 2022

China is the world's largest market and factory for cosmetic products, which makes China the most active country for cosmetic ingredients trading. 2021 witnessed several big changes in cosmetic-related regulations in China. In particular, the Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances (MEE Order No. 12) became effective from January 1, 2021, and on the same day the overarching cosmetics regulation, the Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) entered into force.

This webinar will introduce the compliance strategies for cosmetic ingredients entering China under these two regulations, e.g., new chemical registration, new cosmetic ingredients (NCI) registration and notification, existing ingredient code application on the CFDA portal, etc.


Session 1: China's Cosmetic Ingredient Compliance under MEE Order No.12

  • Introduction of MEE Order No.12-China REACH

  • How to Cope with MEE Order No.12 for Cosmetic Industry

  • Common Concerns from Cosmetic Industry

  • Compliance Suggestions from REACH24H

Session 2: China's Cosmetic Ingredient Compliance under CSAR

A. China's New Cosmetic Ingredient Registration and Notification

  • Classified Management & NCI Application Procedures

  • Obligations During the Monitoring Period

B. China's Cosmetic Ingredient Submission Code Application

  • Application Procedures

  • Dossier Requirements

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  • Regulatory Specialist
    Ms. Cinny Hu is an expert in China cosmetic legislation. She has assisted numerous companies worldwide with regulatory compliance and preparation for China New Ingredient Notification / Registration, and Ingredient Submission Code Application. At present, most new ingredients have entered the stage of technical review, and multiple existing cosmetic ingredients have received their submission code successfully.
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Ms. Ivy Sun is a consultant from Industrial Chemicals Division in REACH24H and responsible for chemical registration in China, China Taiwan, Japan and the other Asia Pacific countries and regions. With abundant knowledge about chemical regulations and enriched practical experience, she has assisted many corporations domestic and abroad to cope with regulatory affairs by offering most cost-effective solutions.