Since the promulgation of the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations (CSAR) on June 29, 2020, a series of supporting documents related to the registration and filing of new cosmetic ingredients, including the Measures for the Administration of Cosmetic Registration and Filing, Provisions on the Administration of New Cosmetic Ingredients Registration and Filing Data, and Technical Guidelines for Cosmetics Safety Assessment, have been introduced. Between May 1, 2021 and November 29, 2022, after the CSAR implemented, a total of 45 new cosmetic ingredients have passed the new cosmetic ingredient filing.
Under the Regulations Concerning the Hygiene Supervision over Cosmetics (now abolished), all new ingredients were subject to approval with the same standard. As a result of this, it is quite difficult to grasp the criteria for technical review and only a small number of new cosmetic ingredients have been approved - from 2004 to May 1, 2021, only 14 new cosmetic ingredients were approved for filing.
It can be seen that under the CSAR, the risk-based management mode has greatly accelerated the filing process for new ingredients with less risks. The set of a 3-year monitoring period also adjusts the regulatory model from “government taking full responsibility for cosmetics safety” to the registrants independently undertaking the safety monitoring obligations of new cosmetic ingredients, which also meets the needs of enterprises to protect technological innovation. This adjustment can also fulfill enterprises’ requirements on the protection of technical innovation.
CIRS Group is to host a free webinar on How to Register New Cosmetic Ingredients in China under CSAR on December 20-22. This free webinar mainly focuses on the latest regulatory requirements for new cosmetic ingredients in China as well as the pre- and post-filing requirements, to help related enterprises have a better understanding of the regulatory requirements under CSAR.
- Cosmetic ingredients supervision system under CSAR;
- Compliance requirements for registration and filing of new cosmetic ingredients;
- Post-compliance work for new cosmetic ingredients in China.
20 Dec 2022
22 Dec 2022
April Guo, General Manager, Personal and Home Care Division in CIRS China
As certified toxicologist of China Toxicology Society, Ms April Guo has more than ten years of product compliance experience in the daily chemical industry. Since the establishment of the Personal and Home Care Division of CIRS Group China, Ms April Guo has been leading the team to provide professional compliance services for world-renowned daily chemical enterprises. So far, the team has served more than ten thousand cosmetics enterprises at home and abroad and has obtained several new cosmetic ingredients filing numbers for enterprises under new regulations. Ms April Guo has maintained good cooperation with cosmetic associations and commerce bureaus in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Japan, South Korea and other countries, and has been invited to participate in international cosmetics regulation seminars around the world to train and exchange Chinese cosmetics regulations for international cosmetics enterprises.
Chloe Wang, Deputy General Manager of Technology, Personal and Home Care Division in CIRS China
As certified toxicologist of China Toxicology Society, Ms Chloe Wang has ten years of experience in the registration and filing of cosmetic products and new ingredients in the field of daily chemicals. She led the technical team to complete the registration and filing of more than ten thousand domestic and imported cosmetics from Europe, America, Japan and South Korea. In addition, several new cosmetic ingredient filing numbers have been obtained for cosmetic ingredients enterprises under the new regulations. With good command of cosmetics regulations in China, EU, USA, Japan, Korea, etc, she has been invited to international cosmetics technology seminars as a guest speaker for many times.
Poppy Yan, Cosmetic Regulatory Consultant, Personal and Home Care Division in CIRS China
With more than three years cosmetic compliance experience in the field of daily chemical products, Ms Poppy Yan is mainly responsible for providing domestic and foreign cosmetics and ingredients enterprises with consulting on Chinese cosmetics regulations and managing product registration and filing projects. She has successfully provided compliance consulting services to more than 60 domestic and foreign enterprises. At the same time, she also provides training on Chinese cosmetics regulations for many Japanese enterprises.
Kyungmi Park, Senior Cosmetics Consultant, CIRS Korea
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 providing consultation on Chinese cosmetic laws and regulations for Korean enterprises and the registered project management. She has successfully helped more than a thousand Korean cosmetic products enter the Chinese market smoothly.
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