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Free Webinar: Latest Requirements for Comprehensive Cosmetic Safety Assessment in China (June 21)

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On April 30, 2024, National Institutes for Food and Drug Control released a series of regulatory documents related to the safety assessment of cosmetics. Among them, the "Guidelines for Submission of Cosmetic Safety Assessment Materials" classify the circumstances under which cosmetic safety assessment materials should be submitted based on risk management principles. Additionally, the guidelines establish key points for self-inspection of cosmetic safety assessment reports to guide enterprises in conducting product safety assessments.

Previously, the National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) issued the "Technical Guidelines for Cosmetic Safety Assessment (2021 Edition)" (Announcement No. 51 of 2021), which indicated that before May 1, 2024, registrants and filers of cosmetics could submit a simplified version of the product safety assessment report in accordance with the requirements of the Technical Guidelines. According to regulatory provisions, a simplified safety assessment report was used during the transition period. However, starting from May this year, enterprises are required to provide a comprehensive safety assessment report.

On April 22, 2024, NMPA issued Announcement No. 50 titled "Measures to Optimize the Management of Cosmetic Safety Assessments." This announcement clearly states that simplified safety assessment reports can be submitted until May 1, 2025, with the intention of avoiding redundant investment in R&D documentation by enterprises.

With the introduction of supporting national policies and optimization measures, the system for comprehensive safety assessment reports is effectively implemented within the cosmetics industry starting May 1, 2024. In response to this, CIRS Group will host an free webinar in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean, focusing on the Latest Requirements for Comprehensive Cosmetic Safety Assessments in China. This webinar is free of charge and will introduce enterprises to the latest regulatory requirements for comprehensive safety assessments of cosmetics in China, assisting them in successfully submitting comprehensive safety assessment reports.

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Mel Tao

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Kyungmi Park

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Danica Zheng

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Mel Tao, Senior Regulatory Technical Advisor, Personal and Home Care Division of CIRS Group China

Ms. Mel Tao works in CIRS group for more than 8 years and is responsible for registration and filing work of imported and domestic cosmetics. She has handed thousands of cosmetics to get approval in China especially including baby care cosmetics and different types of special use cosmetics. She graduated from China University of Metrology with a B.D in Material Science and Engineering.


Wenbo Zhang, Regulatory Consultant of Cosmetics, Personal and Home Care Division of CIRS Group China

Ms Wenbo Zhang has three year-experience in cosmetics regulatory compliance. She is responsible for providing global cosmetics regulatory consultation and product registration project management for domestic and foreign cosmetics and ingredient enterprises. Such as Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, Europe, America, Australia, etc. She has successfully provided regulatory consulting services to over 80 domestic and foreign enterprises. She also provides training on Chinese cosmetics regulations for multiple Japanese companies.


Kyungmi Park, Senior Cosmetics Regulatory Consultant, CIRS Group 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.


Danica Zheng, Regulatory Consultant of Cosmetics, Personal and Home Care Division of CIRS Group China

Ms Danica Zheng has three year-experience in cosmetics regulatory compliance. She is mainly responsible for regulatory consulting and project management of cosmetics registration and filing in China for international cosmetic enterprises. Moreover, she provides product filing services for international famous brands such as Blistex, THOM BROWNE, Stenders, Fragonard, etc..


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