The recent announcement by the Thai Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding the addition of Tetrahydropyranyloxy Phenol, also known as Deoxyarbutin, to the list of prohibited substances for cosmetics is a significant step towards ensuring consumer safety and health in Thailand’s cosmetic industry. Tetrahydropyranyloxy Phenol, an ingredient commonly found in skin-lightening products, has been under… [read more]
Registering injectable products as cosmetics: is it legal? On September 22, 2023, FDA published an article on the official page https://oryor.com regarding a raid carried out together with the central investigative police and the public health office. The purpose of the control was to verify the use of cosmetics packaged in vials/ampoule containers used improperly… [read more]
Siam Trade Development will represent Thailand Cosmetic Regulatory in a Webinar/training program organized jointly by Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of Singapore (CTFAS) and Cosmetics Advancement Committee of China Healthcare Association (CACHCA), with support of other Chinese associations or government organizations.
Thai FDA classified tampons as cosmetic products long time ago, but two days ago a news was reported by almost all Thai media: government allegedly decided to classify tampons as cosmetics, subordinating them to the Thai FDA license and imposing a 30% cosmetic tax. This raised an angry reaction on social media. This is a… [read more]
Cosmetic Regulation in Thailand: the live event has been attended by 261 registrants from several Countries. Yesterday, July 15th, a webinar on Cosmetic Regulation in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore has been live broadcasted on the site Chemlinked. Our Managing Director, Diego Sala, has been recruited as Specialist for Thailand and gave our point of view on… [read more]