Cosmetics Commonly Used Terms And Definitions

Cosmetic raw materials: the ingredients used in cosmetic formulations.

New cosmetic raw materials: for the first time used in the manufacturing of cosmetics, natural or artificial ingredients.

Disabling components: the substances used shall not be used as cosmetic ingredients.

Restricted components: the conditions under which the material used as a cosmetic ingredient.

Preservatives: to inhibit the growth of microorganisms in cosmetics in cosmetics of substances for the purpose.

Sunscreen: use the absorption, reflection and scattering of light, brought to protect the skin from UV-specific injury or protect the product itself and added substances in cosmetics.

Colouring agents: use the principle of absorption or reflection of visible light, for cosmetic or their effects at rendering color cosmetics in the substances, but excluding hair dyes in table 7 of chapter III.

Conditioner: change hair color and added substances in cosmetics.

Washing cosmetics: body surface (skin, hair, nails, lips, and so on) cleaned after using cosmetics.

Presence of cosmetics: cosmetics other than washing products.

Eye makeup: claims for the skin around the eye, parts of the eyelash cosmetics.

Lip makeup: claims of cosmetics for lips.

Cosmetics: claims for body skin (not including craniofacial) cosmetics.

Cosmetics for skin: claims of cosmetics for skin.

Children's cosmetics: claim applies to cosmetics for children.

Professional use: in a special place used by professionally trained personnel to operate.

Packaging materials: direct contact with cosmetics or cosmetic packaging container material.

Security risk material from cosmetic raw materials, packaging materials, production, transport and storage in the process or to exposure to body substances that may pose a potential hazard to human health.