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The global personal care products industry is currently valued at USD 13.2 billion approximately and is expected to grow furthermore in the coming years. With the increase in numbers, the United States Senate has proposed a Personal Care Products Safety Act, a bill, to strengthen the regulations of ingredients of personal care products and protect consumer health.
According to the Indonesian Law no. 33/2014, Cosmetics or Food Supplement manufacturers in Indonesia are required to obtain a halal certificate before their distribution in the country. The halal product regulations were supposed to come into effect from October 2019.
Animal testing has always attracted a lot of attention from the industry because of its controversial nature. From the last decade, Cruelty Free International (CFI) has been encouraging companies across the world to stop the testing of cosmetics on animals to create a harmonized, cruelty free global market.
The Korean beauty market is valued at USD 13 billion, making it one of the top 10 beauty markets in the world and offering a pool of business opportunities for manufacturers. Most of the brands are successful in South Korea because rather than sticking to the classic brands, consumers prefer trying new products to suit their daily skin care routine.
When it comes to personal care and cosmetic products, cosmetic manufacturers must adhere to the safety and efficacy Regulations to make sure their products are safe for consumption.
The demand for cosmetics and personal care products is rising exponentially across the world. Because of this rise in demand, trends related to the products, like vegan and organic, are prevailing now more than ever. One such trend is Halal products.
With each year, Life Sciences industry is transforming in unpredictable ways, of course it is to better the end-user’s safety. The industry is progressing with technological advancements and the health authorities are equally striving to upgrade the existing Regulatory frameworks to align with market requirements.
Demand for cosmetics is consistently growing, worldwide. All thanks to the online product sale, increased beauty consciousness and younger generation’s lifestyle standards.
The life sciences industry is ever-changing and evolving. It’s the same in the year 2018. A lot of mandatory changes have been made to the regulations, and a lot of guidance documents have been released pertaining to the best Regulatory practices of consumer healthcare, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, which are expected to impact the industry in a positive way.
The global cosmetics production is one of the fastest growing industry globally, with a market size of USD 532.43 billion (in 2017). It is one of the few industries which is not much affected by the ups and downs of the global economic conditions. Even though the overall sale of the products is affected, the industry manages to maintain a steady sales volume.
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