The most popular Zhejiang cosmetics must have a Ch

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Zhejiang: cosmetics must have Chinese labels on their packages the regulations for the implementation of the commodity inspection law implemented on December 1 stipulates that imported cosmetics must have Chinese labels. According to the relevant person from the Bureau of entry exit inspection and Quarantine of Zhejiang Province and the national standard that we participated in the formulation, as long as the cosmetics sold in Zhejiang through formal channels have passed the customs clearance inspection, the experimental data will be automatically processed according to the requirements of the experimental method, which can ensure that the current raw material prices continue to fluctuate and that the cosmetics packages have Chinese labels. Reminder: whether the Chinese label reflects quality and safety

the imported cosmetics market is flooded with parallel products with unknown identities, and consumers will be infringed by unqualified cosmetics if they are not careful. A relevant person from Zhejiang entry exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau told us that all imported cosmetics that have passed the customs inspection must have been labeled in Chinese as required. The new commodity inspection law has raised it to the form of laws and regulations, making the management more standardized. Chinese labels have also become an important symbol to prevent fake and shoddy products and distinguish good and bad quality

in addition, all regular imported cosmetics sold in China have corresponding Chinese labels, which generally indicate the product name, manufacturer, address, and other relevant information. In addition, the regular imported cosmetics must have the cosmetics batch number including the hygiene license and production license on the outer package. Some brands also have laser anti-counterfeiting signs with the words "China Inspection and Quarantine". In addition, as the regular imported food and cosmetics have high requirements for dealers, they will not flow into small street stores

regret: there is no Chinese label on the bottle.

on the first day of the implementation of the new regulations, I visited Hangzhou shopping malls and some cosmetics stores about the Chinese label of imported cosmetics. During the visit, it was found that the imported cosmetics counters in Yintai department store, Hangzhou building and other shopping malls have been basically implemented in accordance with the requirements, and the outer packaging boxes of imported cosmetics have been labeled

according to liuwengong, an imported cosmetics specialist of Yintai department store, who reported the report on the preparation of the civil aircraft materials industry development alliance, domestic cosmetics currently use English names, but both the bottle and the outer package are printed with Chinese labels. For Sino foreign joint venture cosmetics, in addition to the Chinese instructions printed on the package, the bottle body will also be labeled in Chinese. For imported cosmetics, although the Chinese label has been added to the outer package, the bottle body is generally not labeled

however, such a small defect is easy to cause problems and bring inconvenience to consumers. Some customers reported that at present, the shelf life or production date of many imported cosmetics are marked on the Chinese label on the outer package. The packaging box is easy to be lost after being used for a period of time. However, the bottle body is all in English and there is no warranty date. When the time is a little longer, you will be afraid to use it because it has expired. Therefore, they also hope that Chinese labels can be added to the bottle

worry: small cosmetic shops have become "leaky fish"

the beauty industry has become the fifth largest consumption hot spot in China after real estate, automobile, tourism and electronic communication. The strong consumption power of cosmetics has become an important channel for the beauty market to make profits. In recent years, a large number of well-known foreign brands have entered China's high-end shopping malls, such as the cosmetics counter on the first floor of Yintai department store, almost all of which are occupied by foreign well-known brands

as cosmetics are consumer goods with high tax rates, the prices of imported cosmetics through formal channels are often very high. It is understood that a Lancome day cream is sold at a unified price of 580 yuan/bottle in Hangzhou shopping mall, while the price of parallel products is only about 300 yuan. This price difference also provides a living space for the parallel market of imported cosmetics

in a small cosmetics store on TiYuChang Road, the sales price of foreign well-known brands of cosmetics gathered here is much lower than that of shopping malls. However, it was found that all imported cosmetics here were not labeled in Chinese. When asked why there was no Chinese label, the salesperson of the store said: "our products are all imported authentic goods, so there is no Chinese on them. But the instructions are in many languages, including Chinese, which consumers can refer to."

source: Zheshang

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