Detection of banned or restricted substances such

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Issuance of detection methods for banned substances or restricted substances such as acrylamide in cosmetics

notice on printing and distributing detection methods for banned substances or restricted substances such as acrylamide in cosmetics product development has a long way to go

food and Drug Administration [2010] No. 489

food and Drug Administration of all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government (Drug Administration), relevant units:

in order to further strengthen the safety supervision of cosmetics, specifications 1 All lens surfaces must be kept clean. The detection methods of prohibited substances or restricted substances in cosmetics have been drafted by our company (Exposure Draft). It is now open for comments. Please feed back the modification comments to our company before December 26th, 2010

contact: Lin Qingbin, Cao Rui

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attachment: 1. Detection method of acrylamide in cosmetics (Draft for comments)

2. Detection method of formaldehyde in cosmetics (Draft for comments)

3. Detection method of dihydroxymethylimidazolidinylurea in cosmetics (Draft for comments)

4 "Detection method of imidazolidinylurea in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

5, "detection method of Trichlorocarban in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

6, "detection method of phenoxyisopropanol in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

7, "detection method of quinine in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

8, "detection method of 6-methylcoumarin in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

9 "Detection method of preservative benzoic acid and its salts in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft)

10, "detection method of preservative benzyl alcohol shown by preliminary experiments in cosmetics" (Exposure Draft) and its very important

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