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Version 3.0 Guide to Cosmetics and Borderline Products Published

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  • Version 3.0 Guide to Cosmetics and Borderline Products Published

The cosmetic product, by definition, its sole, or main purpose, is to "clean", "perfume", "change appearance". It defines the external parts of the human body (epidermis, hair, hair, nails lips and external genital organs), or substances or mixtures designed to come into contact with the teeth or oral cavity, which can be corrected, "protecting" or "keeping in good condition".

Therefore, the products evaluated as cosmetic should not be referred to the effect of human medicinal products such as treating, diagnosing any disease, etc., they should not contain a health declaration.

Accordingly, the products that are not evaluated in the cosmetic class are:

Corticosteroid dandruff shampoos, shampoos containing minoxidil, slimming tablets, products prepared with cosmetic claims by swallowing, product groups used in botox and mesotherapy applications, shoes, room, car perfume and spray, pet shampoos, products used against head lice, products used in cellulite treatment, Products used in the treatment of skin diseases such as lip-filled products by inflammation, products to relieve joint pain with effects such as heating-cooling, products that treat acne, products applied to varicose veins, wound care treatment, eczema-fungus are not considered in the cosmetic class.

You can find more detailed information in the "Guide to Cosmetics and Border Products" 3.0.


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