the MOE released the draft Guideline on Recycling Symbols and Standards of Labeling Quality along with the draft of Structure of Packaging Material Grade that were set for consultation by the end of March 16, 2021 where symbols for packaging material grades were proposed.
The global regulatory landscape for cosmetic products is ever evolving with stringent, country specific laws and regulations coming in to place. This puts significant responsibility on the shoulders of regulatory personnel within cosmetic companies to stay on top of global regulatory updates and align their market strategy.
Skincare has always been magical and experimental. In recent years, all-natural herbal products have taken center stage, but as the times are changing, so are the trends. And the latest addition to the list is ‘super ingredients’. Thanks to the higher concentration of essential chemicals in these serums, they are deemed to be more effective […]
The beauty industry continues to turn to technology as brands look to deliver hyper-personalized experiences for consumers. With notable increases in collaboration between beauty brands and technology, the growing use of AI and AR will continue to transform the consumer experience, thereby creating new opportunities for greater personalization and tailor-made formulations.
CBD has found its way across diverse products right from chocolates, health food, supplements, oil, hybrid vegetables, beverages and other products; moving away from the recreational perception that marijuana has been carrying with it for decades. With the world opening up to CBD based products, cosmetic products are emerging with infused CBD oil as key […]
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) tracks the deceptive ‘Made in USA’ claims and enforces actions against companies making false claims. Recently FTC posted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would set up the Enforcement Policy Statement principles for all ‘Made in USA’ claims. The proposed rule applies not only to the labels but also to […]
Pandemic has been striking the world and several countries are facing shortages of disinfectants, sanitizers and other necessary products. Canada is one of those countries which is facing a shortage in hand sanitizers. Canada implemented measures to compensate the shortage in sanitizers. One of the measures is interim expedited licensing approach for production and commercialization […]
The Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) specifies new cosmetic ingredients will be managed based on the associated risks. Ingredients associated with high risk must be registered with the National Medical Products Association (NMPA) while low risk ingredients will be subject to notification management. Even though the low risk ingredients are subject to notification management, […]
The UK may have made its exit from EU on 31 January 2020, But 31 December 2020 is more important date for EU cosmetics and personal care industry. The cosmetic products are still under the EU Cosmetic Regulation until the end of this year. It indicates that all cosmetic and personal care products must comply […]
Fragrance Creators Ceo Issues Statement On Cosmetic Fragrance And Flavor Ingredient Right To Know Act Of 2020
This bill requires the cosmetic manufacturers to disclose to the Department of Public Health Division of Environmental and Occupational Disease Control information related to cosmetic products that contain fragrance or flavoring ingredient which is included on a ‘designated list’. The fragrance industry believes and supports a person’s right to know and understand information about fragrances […]