According to the data released by IResearch in 2021, the scale of China's efficacy skin care industry has reached 26.01 billion yuan in 2020. The industry scale will continue to increase with a compound annual growth rate of 29.4% in the next three years, and is expected to reach 58.97 billion yuan in 2023.
After the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations was issued, NMPA issued a series of new regulations on cosmetics to guarantee the efficacy of cosmetics from the source and urging enterprises to attach importance to research and development. Under the requirements of Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations (CSAR), cosmetic registrants and filers are responsible for the quality, safety and efficacy claims of cosmetics. Cosmetic claims should be made based on sufficient scientific basis. Cosmetics registrants and filers shall publish the literature, research data or abstracts of product efficacy evaluation materials on which efficacy claims are based on websites designated by the National Regulatory Authority (NRA), and accept public supervision. NRA shall formulate and publish Cosmetic Classification Rules and Classification Catalogues according to factors such as claims of efficacy, sites of action, dosage forms and users.
On April 9, 2021, NMPA issued the Cosmetics Classification Rules and Classification Catalogue and Standards for the Evaluation of Cosmetics Efficacy Claims, which stipulated legal basis for the testing of efficacy claims. The regulations have set a transitional period for products in different status to submit the efficacy, which means that cosmetics in China will be fully regulated.
In order to help enterprises have a better understanding of the regulatory requirements under the new regulations and more reasonably assess the efficacy claims for their products, Personal and Home Care Products Division in CIRS Group is to host a free webinar on Cosmetic Efficacy Evaluation Requirements under the New Regulations to introduce the requirements of cosmetic efficacy evaluation under the new regulations.
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- Introduction of cosmetic classification rules and classification catalogue
- Introduction of rules and regulations for cosmetic efficacy claims and evaluation
- Cosmetic efficacy evaluation methods and abstract requirements
- Case Studies
Senior Regulatory Consultant (NA region), Personal and Home Care Products Division
Mr. Riven Dai works in CIRS group for 5 years and is responsible for regulatory consulting and project management of cosmetics registration in China. He has helped thousands of NA& European cosmetics enter China market. He graduated from Penn State University with bachelor's degree in Material Science and Engineering and gained a master degree in Material Engineering from Purdue University
Senior Regulatory Consultant (EU region), Personal and Home Care Products Division
Ms. Brenda Lou works in CIRS group for 5 years and is responsible for regulatory consulting and project management of cosmetics registration in China. She has helped thousands of European cosmetics enter China market. She graduated from Newcastle University with Master Degree in Environmental Engineering.
Ms. Kyungmi Park, Cosmetics Regulatory Senior Consultant, Korea subsidiary of CIRS Group
Ms. Kyungmi Park has over ten years of experience in China-related business in Korea, including six years of experience in the field of cosmetic regulations. She is mainly responsible for consulting and project management of Chinese cosmetic regulations for Korean cosmetic companies. She has successfully helped more than a thousand Korean cosmetic products enter the Chinese market smoothly.
Ms Poppy Yan, Cosmetics Regulatory Consultant (Japan), Personal and Home Care Products Division
Ms Poppy Yan works in CIRS Group for more than 3 years and graduated from Beijing Institute of Fashion, majoring in light chemical engineering. She is mainly responsible for providing Chinese cosmetic regulation consulting services and registration filing project management services for Japanese cosmetic companies. She has provided compliance consulting services for more than 30 Japanese cosmetic companies. She has also provided training on cosmetic regulations for many Japanese companies.
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