Unregistered creams and lotions on the market harmful to the skin – Consumer Affairs Authority
The Consumer Affairs Authority says that many creams as well as liquids offered under imported and unregistered brands are harmful to the skin.
The authority points out that complaints have been received from the public in this regard.
The Consumer Affairs Authority (GAA) has issued a gazette notification stating the maximum limits to which lead coatings should contain lead, arsenic, mercury and candida.
The gazette notification should include the name of the product, name of the manufacturer, address, name and address of the importer, country of manufacture, brand, weight / volume, category or code or wholesale identification number.
In addition, the wrap should include the date of manufacture, expiration date, maximum retail price, raw material list, instructions for use, warnings if necessary, and warning statements.
The Consumer Affairs Authority has also launched a shop awareness program in this regard.