Health Canada regulates cosmetics sold in Canada. Manufacturers selling cosmetic products in Canada must ensure that their product labels comply with the labeling requirements.
The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 27-member states located primarily in Europe. It represents one of the largest economic areas in the world, with a population of over 748 million people.
Japan, being one of the most affluent nations in Asia, has witnessed tremendous growth in its cosmetic market. It is the third-largest cosmetic market in the world.
Labeling is a vital aspect when it comes to marketing the cosmetic products as it helps consumers understand accurate details of the product. In Canada, cosmetics and personal care products are regulated by Health Canada (HC).