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Official Clafification Confirms That “Cosmetics Health Supervision” Regulations Do Not Apply To Toothpaste Products

June 21, 2010: 10:51 PM EST

A February 5, 2010 ruling by the State Food and Drug Administration made subject to Cosmetic Health Supervision cosmetics (“skin care, beauty and grooming products”) that are “rubbed, sprayed or applied by similar methods to any part of the body surface to clean and remove odors”.  There was some confusion as to whether these rulings applied to oral care products, but after consulting with the National Food and Drug Administration, the China Oral Care Products Industry Association issued a statement confirming that toothpaste products are exempt (see Ministry of Health Buiietin No. 14 of 2004).

China Oral Care Products Industry Association, "关于依据《化妆品卫生监督条例》制定的规章和规范性文件均不适用于牙膏产品的说明", China Oral Care Products Industry Association, June 21, 2010
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