Effective in July: Get Ready for Changes to Taiwan’s Cosmetic Regulations

Jun. 27th, 2024

Jarius Ji


On July 1, 2019, Taiwan brought the Cosmetic Hygiene and Safety Act, its overarching cosmetic regulation, into force. This regulation replaced the previous Statute for Control of Cosmetic Hygiene, changing cosmetic categories from general and medicated cosmetics to general and specific purpose cosmetics. Additionally, the updated regulatory framework introduced a new administrative system with compliance requirements for both general and specific purpose cosmetics.

As per the Cosmetic Hygiene and Safety Act, the category of specific purpose cosmetics will be discontinued as of July 1, 2024. Consequently, Taiwan’s cosmetic regulations will undergo changes pertaining to ingredient lists, pre-market notification, PIF, GMP, and product labeling.

To help global stakeholders navigate the forthcoming changes, ChemLinked has organized this webinar. It will provide an overview of Taiwan’s cosmetics regulatory landscape, followed by a detailed examination of the modifications set to take effect in July 2024.


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1. Regulatory Background

1.1 Regulatory Framework

1.2 Competent Authority

1.3 Cosmetics Definition and Classification

2. Upcoming Changes to Cosmetic Regulations

2.1 Cosmetics Classification

2.2 Cosmetic Ingredient Lists

2.3 Notification


2.5 Labelling

*The final outline may be subjected to subtle revision


Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language
2024-06-27 22:00 ~ 23:00 London: 15:00-16:00 New York: 10:00-11:00 English


Jarius Ji

ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst

Jarius is a cosmetic regulatory analyst in the ChemLinked team. She focuses on tracking and interpreting the latest cosmetic regulatory changes in China, Singapore, the Philippines, and the rest of the Asia Pacific area.

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