The Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations (CSAR, State Order No. 727) were issued on June 29, 2020, and officially implemented on January 1, 2021. This is the first time in 30 years that the cosmetics Hygiene Supervision Regulations have been completely revised. Then a series of secondary regulations have been launched, to regulate cosmetics in all aspects, including cosmetics classification, labeling, efficacy claims, production and operation, quality management, registration and filing, adverse reaction monitoring, safety information of used cosmetics raw materials, and registration and filing of new cosmetics raw materials. In this wave of regulation upgrading, cosmetic enterprises are facing great challenges.
According to the statistics from National Bureau of Statistics, retail sales of cosmetics totaled 21.4 billion yuan in April, down 22.3% year on year. From January to April, the total retail sales of cosmetics reached 116.8 billion yuan, down 3.6% year-on-year, the first time in this year that the cumulative total of cosmetics retail sales declined. According to data released by the General Administration of Customs, from January to April 2022, the accumulated imports of cosmetics and toiletry products was 35200.2 tons, down 22.9% year-on-year; The import value was 13.19 billion yuan, down 9.28% year-on-year. According to the statistics of special cosmetics registration data from January to May 2022, affected by the epidemic and the transition of cosmetic regulations, 675 cosmetics have been approved for registration as of May 26, 2022, down 76.5% compared with that in the first half of 2021.
CIRS Group is to host a free webinar on Requirements for Registration and Review of Cosmetics under CSAR on July 8 and 12, 2022. In this webinar, experts from CIRS Group will introduce the registration and filing requirements of cosmetics under the new regulations and share the latest case studies, to help enterprises cope with the requirements of the new regulations smoothly and make full preparations for their products.
- Requirements for filing and review of ordinary cosmetics
- Requirements for registration and review of special use cosmetics
- Case Studies
Ms. Chloe Wang, Deputy General Manager of Technology, Personal and Home Care Products Division
Ms. Chloe Wang has 10 years of experience in cosmetics products and new ingredients registration. She leads the technical team to help the enterprise to complete the registration and filing of more than ten thousand imported and domestic cosmetics from Europe, America, Japan, and South Korea. At the same time, I was responsible for the application of new cosmetics raw materials. Familiar with cosmetics regulations in China, EU, USA, Korea, etc. She has been a guest speaker at many domestic and foreign conferences.
Ms. 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 a Master's 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 and registration filing project management for Japanese cosmetic companies. She has provided compliance consulting for more than 30 Japanese cosmetic companies. She has also provided training on cosmetic regulations for many Japanese companies.
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