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Cosmetic packaging manufacturers share basic knowledge of cosmetics (1)
1. What is cosmetics? According to the "Regulations on Supervision and Administration of Cosmetics", cosmetics refer to daily chemical industrial products that are applied to the skin, hair, nails, lips and other human surfaces by rubbing, spraying or other similar methods for the purpose of cleaning, protecting, beautifying and modifying. . 2. How to judge whether a product belongs to cosmetics? Consumers can determine whether a product is a cosmetic product by definition. Cosmetics are first of all daily chemical industrial products, and at the same time they meet the restrictions on the purpose of use, method of use, and application site. Products whose use purposes exceed cleaning, protection, beautification and modification purposes, such as those declared to have medical effects; products whose use methods exceed rubbing, spraying or other similar methods, such as oral or injection products; those whose application sites exceed the surface of the human body, such as Deep into the dermis or under the skin; none of the above are cosmetics. Cosmetics are products of the daily chemical industry, so some beauty equipment and equipment are not cosmetics. Generally, consumers will see "Special Brand" and "Makeup Brand" on the packaging of cosmetics. This is the registration number after the cosmetics have been registered or filed. The "elimination number" is a disinfection product that has been reviewed and approved by the health department. "Machine name" is a medical device. The products of "Xiao Zihao" and "Xia Zihao" are not cosmetics. 3. Do toothpaste and soap belong to cosmetics? According to the "Regulations on Supervision and Administration of Cosmetics", toothpaste is managed with reference to the regulations on ordinary cosmetics in these regulations. After the toothpaste recorder has evaluated the efficacy in accordance with national standards and industry standards, they can claim that toothpaste has the effects of preventing caries, inhibiting dental plaque, resisting dentin sensitivity, and reducing gum problems. The specific management measures for toothpaste shall be drafted by the drug regulatory authority of the State Council, and submitted to the market regulatory authority of the State Council for review and promulgation. This regulation does not apply to soap, but this regulation applies to soaps that claim to have the effects of special cosmetics.
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