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At CIRS we pride ourselves on holding regular training events to provide our clients, partners, and members of the regulatory sector with the most up-to-date knowledge and developments in the ever-expanding field of international regulations. In the autumn edition of our global cosmetic webinar series, we will be focusing on the key regulatory issues affecting the cosmetic industry we will be comparing the requirements in the EU, UK, China, and South Korea.
On September 22, 2023, the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) issued a final opinion on methyl salicylate to assess its safety and use in cosmetics. In the SCCS/1633/21 Opinion, the Committee concluded that Methyl Salicylate (CAS No.119-36-8) in toothpaste is safe for children under six years of age when used up to the maximum concentration of 2.52%.
Cosmetorium 2023, a pivotal event in the European cosmetic industry's calendar, is fast approaching, and we are pleased to announce Julie Harrington, a senior regulatory consultant from CIRS Europe, is one of the featured presenters.
We have collected the latest FAQs on ordinary cosmetics filing from the Beijing Cosmetics Review and Inspection Center and translated them into English for your reference.
At the November 21, Global Cosmetics Regulatory Summit 2023, hosted by Chemical Watch, industry professionals will have the opportunity to gain insights from Bryan Zhou, deputy general manager of CIRS Europe. He will be addressing a crucial subject that impacts the global cosmetics industry – China's cosmetic ingredient submission process.
On November 15, CIRS Europe will provide members of Chemical Watch with a specialized training session focused on cosmetics regulations in China and South Korea, covering both cosmetic ingredients and finished products.
On August 2, 2023, the Indonesian Food and Drug Administration (Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, BPOM) published Regulation No. 17 of 2023 on the Product Information File (PIF) guidelines for cosmetics, which came into effect from the date of publication. Parties that obtain product notification codes before August 2, must update PIF within six months. The PIF should be prepared by cosmetic manufacturers and importers and should be submitted to the BPOM before products obtain market authorization.
We have collected the latest FAQs on ordinary cosmetics filing from the Guangzhou Administration for Market Regulation and translated them into English for your reference.
CIRS Group is to hold a free webinar to the interprete the "Registration and Listing of Cosmetic Product Facilities and Products: Guidance for Industry" on September 6-7, 2023. This webinar will introduce the latest developments in US cosmetics regulations to enterprises exporting cosmetic products to the United States and assisting enterprises in preparing for regulatory compliance as soon as possible.
On July 20, 2023, the United Kingdom issued the Cosmetic Products (Restriction of Chemical Substances) Regulations 2023 (No. 836 of 2023), to revise the requirements for the use of Methyl-N-methylanthranilate (CAS No. 85-91-6), HAA, and HAA (nano) (CAS No. 919803-06-8). This regulation applies to England, Wales, and Scotland.