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Most countries have specific marking requirements for cosmetic products so that consumers can get all necessary information at the point of sale. Common information required for product labeling includes the following, subject to specific country regulations:
It is worth mentioning that, in most countries, most of the information (other than the ingredient list) is required for both the outer packaging and inner container.
Nomenclature of cosmetic ingredients may also vary among countries. The US mainly adopts names from the Personal Care Products Council (PCPC, and previously CTFA) Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary, with a few exceptions. The EU has established an inventory of ingredients based on the International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI) system. Canada on the other hand accepts the INCI system of ingredient labeling, while certain ingredients should either follow the EU Trival name (e.g., Aqua) or the English and French names (e.g., Water/Eau).
Here is the little question about the cosmetics ingredient list.
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