Analysis of Non-entry importing cosmetics (Jan. to Apr. ) in China

After implementing the new “Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR)” in China, will it be more difficult for imported cosmetics to import customs clearance? 

The Cosmetic.News brings you a summary and analysis of the reasons why cosmetics were not allowed to enter the country from January to April 2021. 

According to the official website of the General Administration of Customs, a total of 31 batches of imported cosmetics were not allowed to enter the country this year due to unqualified labels and other reasons. 

These products are produced in France, Thailand, South Korea, Israel, Japan, etc. The reasons for entry are shown in the figure below:

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