Highlighting regulatory differences around the world for cosmetics manufacturing and marketing – examples from the US, Canada, Australia, China, Japan and South Korea
This article highlights the differences in regulation around the world with examples from the US, Canada, Australia, China, Japan and South Korea. One global formulation and pack is almost impossible, as countries have different definitions and categories of cosmetics, drugs and in-between and companies increasingly need to consider not only the ingredients regulated under the cosmetics legislation, but also chemical and environmental legislation too.
Author: Debra Redbourn, dR Cosmetic RegulationsPaper presented at the Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit 2014
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