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Free Webinar: Latest Changes of Korean Cosmetic Regulations

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According to a report by the International Trade Administration (U.S.), South Korea is one of the top 10 beauty markets in the world, accounting for nearly 2.8% of the global cosmetics market. The South Korean cosmetics market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 4.3% during 2015-2019, with a market size of 11.32 trillion won in 2019 and 10.27 trillion won in 2020 due to the epidemic. This year, Ministry of Food and Drug Safety revised Cosmetics Act such as banning the sale of "cosmetic products that imitate food ", revising the requirements for customized cosmetics, optimizing the requirements for solid soap, and adding administrative regulations, etc. The cosmetics team of CIRS Group Korea has combined years of experience in dealing with regulations to help companies enter the Korean market smoothly by introducing the latest changes in Korean cosmetic regulations in the following areas.

Main Contents

  • Introduction of Korean cosmetics market
  • The latest requirements of Korean cosmetic regulations
  • Definition and classification of cosmetics in Korea
  • How to place cosmetics in Korea market
  • Cosmetics registration process, testing and dossier requirements
  • Cosmetic labeling requirements
  • Cosmetic efficacy claims and evaluation requirements

Time and Schedule

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14 Dec, 2021



Hong Cui





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Hong Cui, Cosmetic Regulatory Consultant in CIRS Korea

Ms Hong Cui has been working in CIRS Group Korea for more than five years on cosmetics-related affairs. She is mainly responsible for regulatory consultation and project management of Korean cosmetic regulations. She has successfully helped more than a hundred imported cosmetic products to enter the Korean market.

Suah SUNG, Cosmetic Regulatory Senior Consultant in CIRS Korea

Ms Suah SUNG has been engaging in the product certification related work for more than seven years. She is mainly responsible for regulatory consultation, certification and project management of Korean cosmetic regulations. She has successfully helped more than a hundred imported cosmetic products to enter the Korean market.


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