China has released a Measure of Supervision and Administration for Cosmetic Manufacturing and Operations as a supplement to the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulation for the cosmetics industry.
SAFEGUARDS | Cosmetics, Personal Care & HouseholdNO. 127/21
China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) issued Notice No. 46, namely a Measure of Supervision and Administration for Cosmetic Manufacturing and Operations. This newly released regulation consists of 7 chapters, totally 66 articles. Key updates include:
Optimization of the production license procedure, a notification and commitment system is implemented for the continuation of production license
Clarification of the classification principles of production license projects and highlighting the special production conditions for children's skin care products and cosmetics for eyes
Introduction of a requirement for enterprises to implement a quality and safety responsibility system, in terms of production management
Refinement of the label management requirements, and further clarification of the requirements for false publicity and illegal product claims used to promote cosmetics
Clarification of the obligations of beauty salons and hotels when using cosmetics in business services or providing cosmetics to consumers
Strengthening of the responsibilities and obligations of e-commerce platforms, centralized trading markets, trade fairs and other platforms. E-commerce platforms need to setup a department for quality management or recruit a person who has capabilities in cosmetic quality management and has knowledge of cosmetic safety and regulations. Inspections are highly recommended for e-commerce platforms
This new regulation will enter into force on January 1, 2022.
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