Having proper and accurate labelling information on cosmetic products is of high importance for brands to ensure consumer safety.
In the U.S., cosmetic labelling is regulated by the U.S. Food & Drud Administration (FDA) under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and the Fair Packaging and Labelling Act (FPLA), making it essential for businesses selling beauty products to comply with regulatory requirements. However, with a wide range of products covering the term "cosmetic," it can be challenging to determine which regulations apply to your products.
With over a decade in consumer product research and testing, Jimmy Fung is an experienced expert in the cosmetics and pharmaceuticals industry. He is particularly well-versed in compliance with cosmetic regulations and adept at liaising with regulatory authorities in this area. He holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Chemistry.
Currently, Jimmy serves as the Assistant Technical Manager at QIMA, where he provides his expertise to cosmetic companies and retailers. He helps clients in achieving regulatory compliance in big markets including the United States and Australia. With his extensive expertise, Jimmy is equipped to help his clients navigate the complex landscape of international regulations and safeguard their businesses while prioritizing consumer safety.
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