Monday , May 27 2024

Ministry seeks stricter online cosmetics sales rules


The Ministry of Health has proposed new regulations to tighten the sale of cosmetics online to limit counterfeits and products of unknown origins.

The ministry suggests that the Ministry of Industry and Trade develop new rules obliging e-commerce and social media cosmetics sellers to disclose the origins and quality of their products.

The ministry highlights the current challenge in monitoring online cosmetics sales, noting the difficulty in locating sellers.

Under existing regulations, individuals are not required to register as a business when selling cosmetics via online platforms.

The health ministry believes that a more robust legal framework will not only ensure better control but also foster sustainable growth in the cosmetics sector on digital marketplaces.

Implementing these regulations may increase operational costs for businesses by approximately 2-3% per sale. To offset these additional expenses, businesses could contemplate adjusting their retail prices, it said.

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