In the midst of worldwide economic downturn, how to deal with the regulatory barriers becomes a major point for enterprises. At the same time, government authorities around the world publish a series of regulations in succession. In order to help enterprises have an in-depth understanding of supervisory policies of cosmetics and their raw materials in the Europe Union, the United State and Asia-Pacific, and promote the communication on safety management for cosmetic products, China Association for Consumer Product Quality and Safety Promotion (CACPQSP) and Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service (CIRS) jointly host the 4th Summit Meeting on Cosmetic Regulations in Asia-Pacific on 21-22 June 2018.

The committee of this summit has invited experts from the United State and Europe Union to interpret the current status of cosmetic and its raw materials managements and help corporations know the latest regulatory updates and administrative information in these areas. Moreover, great changes happened to Chinese cosmetics regulations in 2017 such as the implementation situation of new record-keeping pilot system of imported non-special use cosmetics in Shanghai Pudong New Area. Therefore, we have invited the officials from relevant Chinese government authorities to give a comprehensive analysis on cosmetic supervisory policies and their influence on enterprises, so that corporations, both domestic and overseas, would have a deeper understanding of the latest Chinese regulations and management trend on cosmetics.


21-22 June 2018



SCRA 2018 Highlights
  • Implementation situation and conclusion on new record-keeping pilot system of imported non-special use cosmetics in Shanghai Pudong New Area;
  • Dynamic analysis and data analysis on cosmetic market within China;
  • Interpretation of supervision policy on cosmetics and their raw materials in the US, EU and Japan.;
  • Interpretation of technical review requirements on non-special use cosmetics record and special use cosmetic registration in Shanghai Pudong New Area.

Why Attend

  • The most up-to-date regulation: cover topics that matter the most to today’s market
  • The most professional speakers: obtain practical guidance from regulatory experts home and abroad
  • The great chance for networking: broaden your industry network by meeting key contacts

Who Shall Attend

  • Cosmetics Manufacturers and Traders
  • Cosmetics Ingredients Manufacturers
  • Associations in Cosmetic Industry
  • Chief Operating Officer or Chief Technical Officer
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist
  • Product Registration Specialist
  • Cosmetics Import/Export Manager


Simultaneous interpretation is available in Chinese and English. The agenda is updated on 27 March 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience due to the change of agenda.

20th June
You are encouraged to complete the check-in procedure on the afternoon of 20th June to receive delegate card/meeting materials for easy access and early review.
Day 1 Topics Speaker
8:15-8:45 Registration  
8:45-9:00 Welcome Mr. Rongqin Zhang, Chairman, CACPQSP
9:00-9:40 Management trend of Chinese cosmetics and cosmetic ingredient in 2018 Mr. Liubin Qi, Director, Department of Drug and Cosmetic Registration, CNDA, State Administration for Market Regulation
9:40-10:00 Panel Discussion  
10:00-10:20 Tea and Coffee  
10:20-11:00 Supervision of Chinese imported & exported cosmetics Mr. Yue Yu, Head of Food Safety Supervision Department, Hangzhou Customs
11:00-11:10 Panel Discussion  
11:10-11:50 Record-keeping requirements of imported non-special use cosmetics product in Zhejiang free trade area Ms. Juxiang Zheng, Division Chief, Zhejiang Food and Drug Administration
11:50-12:00 Panel Discussion  
12:00-13:00 Lunch  
13:00-13:40 Technical review requirements of imported non-special use cosmetic in free trade area Mr. Liang Xu, Director of Beijing Daily-Use Chemicals Institute
13:40-14:20 Technical review requirements of special use cosmetic in China Ms. Hongwei Zhang, Director, National Institute of Environmental Health Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
14:20-15:10 Evaluation method on cosmetic efficacy Ms Yimei Tan, Deputy Director of Skin and Cosmetic Laboratory, Shanghai Dermatology Hospital
15:10-15:30 Tea and Coffee  
15:30-16:10 Alternative method to evaluate the consistency of efficacy on cosmetic ingredients Mr. Shujun Cheng, Laboratory Chief, Guangdong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Technical Center
16:10-16:50 Panel Discussion  
  Day 1 Concluded  
Day 2    
9:00-9:40 Latest development of EU cosmetic regulation Mr. Gerald Renner, Director Technical Regulatory & International Affairs, Cosmetics Europe
9:40-10:20 Cosmetic management regulation in the US Ms. Sharon Blinkoff, Chair of Legal Committee, ICMAD
10:20-10:40 Tea and Coffee  
10:40-11:20 How do you manage to launch quasi-drug & cosmetics in Japan Dr. Masato Hatao, Director for Safety & Science, Japan Cosmetic Industry Association
11:20-11:50 Panel discussion  
11:50-13:00 Lunch  
13:00-13:40 Regulatory compliance on cosmetic raw materials in China Ms. Chloe Wang, Technical Manager of Cosmetics Regulatory Affairs from CIRS Technology Group
13:40-14:20 Management requirements on cosmetic raw materials in EU Mr. Gerald Renner, Director Technical Regulatory & International Affairs, Cosmetics Europe
14:20-15:00 Management requirements on cosmetic raw materials in the US Mr. Craig R. Weiss, Chair of Technical and Regulatory Committee, ICMAD
15:00-15:20 Tea and Coffee  
15:20-16:00 Introduction of IFS HPC standard Ms. Helga Barrios, Senior Technical Project Manager, IFS Management GmbH
16:00-16:30 Panel Discussion  
  Summit Concluded  



China Association for Consumer Products Quality and Safety Promotion (CACPQSP)

China Association for Consumer Products Quality and Safety Promotion (CACPQSP), established at the approval of Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People's Republic of China, is under the charge of State Administration for Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ). It is also a national non-profit organization with independent legal qualification, the basic objective of which is to strengthen social supervision, provide consultation service and build a bridge between central government and enterprises, thereby push the comprehensive quality of consumer products, ensure the consumption safety in China and enhance our profile at home and abroad.




Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service (CIRS)

Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service(CIRS) is an independent firm providing professional chemical regulatory consulting, certification and testing services to a variety of industries such as the chemical industry, consumer product industry, scientific research institutions and industry associations. We are dedicated to providing values chemical compliance services, tailored solutions and original information to help our clients gain competitive advantages by reducing business risks associated with regulatory affairs and removing barriers to entry.

With its headquarter based in Hangzhou of China and offices or laboratories located in Ireland, Beijing, Nanjing, Ningbo and Wenzhou, CIRS utilizes its technical expertise, various resources and global network to provide comprehensive compliance services such as chemical notification, GHS compliance services, pesticides and biocides registration, cosmetics and new cosmetic ingredient registration, chemical testing, regulatory update monitoring and training services.


Registration Fee

  For New Attendee (VAT inclusive) Previous Attendee (VAT inclusive)
Early-bird Rate(Before 1 May) 3400RMB/540USD/440EUR per delegate 3200RMB/510USD/420EUR per delegate
Standard Rate (After 1 May) 3600RMB/570USD/460EUR per delegate 3400RMB/540USD/440EUR per delegate

*Please note registration fee include two luncheons, and accommodation is borne by delegates.

How to register

Ms.Susan Shen

Tel:0086 571 8720 6574


Address:11/F Building 1, Dongguan Hi-Tech Park, 288 Qiuyi Road, Binjiang District, Hangzhou, China, 310052

Payment Approaches

1. Bank transfer


Bank information EN CN
Account Name Hangzhou REACH technology Group Co,.Ltd. 杭州瑞旭科技集团有限公司
Bank Name ICBC Hangzhou, Qianjiang Sub-branch 工商银行杭州钱江支行
Account No. 1202021419900146022
Row Number (Bulk Payment Number) 102331002149


Beneficiary Name Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service Ltd.
Beneficiary Address Singleton House, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Bank Name Bank of Ireland
Bank Address Wilton, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Sort Code 902805
Account # 90404884
IBAN IE15 BOFI 9028 0590 4048 84

Please contact Susan at before transfer.

2. Cash

We also accept cash as payment when you attend this event. Receipt will be given during the summit.

Venue& Travel

Dahua Boutique Hotel - Lakeview Meeting Room

The Dahua Hotel is located just a few steps away from the charming West Lake in central Hangzhou. The hotel featuring classic courtyard-style and once receiving Chairman Mao makes it more attractive.


No.171 Nanshan Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou



The closest Metro Station is Dingan Road Station/ Longxiangqiao Station. You can arrive at the station by M1 of Hangzhou Metro.

Nearby Destinations

- West Lake (0.5 km)

- Westlake Intime Shopping Mall (1.0 km)

- SouthernSong Imperial Street (1.4 km)

- Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport(HGH)(30KM)


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