China is one of the biggest markets for the cosmetics companies and so one of the most attractive into the world but it is also one of the most secret.
At the end of June, the Chinese competent authorities published the long awaited Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (known as CSAR) which will come into force on 1st January 2021.
Since this publication, several drafts of measures to implement the CSAR’s requirements have been published for consultation.
As some requirements are still unclear, aboard the Chinese cosmetic market may still represent a big challenge for cosmetic companies.
The aim of this webinar is to clarify the Chinese requirements and to take you aware of the new steps to follow in order to put a cosmetic product on the Chinese market.
Cosmetics Regulatory Expert
Hélène graduated from the University of Nantes in "Development and Control of Health Products - Cosmetology Course". After holding various positions as a responsible and then regulatory affairs manager in laboratories and consulting firms, Hélène joined the EcoMundo teams in 2019 to provide her expertise on cosmetic regulation.
Cosmetics Business Manager
After more ten years as Head of export zone for one of the biggest French distributors in B to B of agri-food products, then as Sales Coordinator for a manufacturer and supplier of raw cosmetic materials, Nataliya joined the teams EcoMundo as Head of Cosmetics Market.