Products used for wiping, dumping, spraying or spraying, or penetrating into or otherwise acting on the human body... For the purpose of cleaning, beautifying, enhancing attraction or changing appearance.
Moisturizing lotion, perfume, lipstick, nail polish, eye and face makeup, shampoo, perm, hair coloring, toothpaste, deodorant and any substance intended to be used as part of cosmetics.
Some products may be both cosmetics and OTC drugs.
Voluntary registration scheme for cosmetics (vcrp)
a) Enterprise registration
b) Product registration
If a cosmetic manufacturer files a product formula with vcrp, FDA can inform the company whether it inadvertently uses unapproved coloring additives or other prohibited or restricted ingredients. In this way, manufacturers can try to correct the product formula before selling such products in the United States, so as to avoid the risk of seizure and denial of entry into the United States due to the use of prohibited ingredients.
Required information - Product Registration
a) Product name
c) The online or offline address of the product can be purchased in the United States
d) Composition (composition name, CAS number, content percentage)
a) Account Application
b) Enterprise registration and timely reply to FDA questions
c) Product registration and timely response to FDA questions
d) Obtain enterprise registration number
e) Obtain product registration number CPIs#
a) Business registration takes about 2 weeks
b) The product is registered for about 4 weeks. If the product does not meet the FDA definition of cosmetics, the FDA will reject the application and do not assign a CPIs number