China’s proposed labelling measures would post a challenge for international cosmetics firms


International cosmetics companies selling into China will face challenges relating to efficacy claims, phrasing and filing if they are to comply with stricter guidelines on labelling and packaging under the draft Measures on the Management of Cosmetics Labelling, according to Shanghai-based regulatory compliance company Knudsen & CRC.

If approved, the draft measures will help support the implementation of the country’s overarching cosmetic regulation – the Cosmetic Supervision Administration Regulation (CSAR) – which is set to come into force on 1 January.

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Chemical Watch, 10 November 2020