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Hand-held lasers and laser pointers are popular in Canada. First introduced in the 1960s, lasers are now used in many ways in our everyday lives. Unfortunately, many people who use them don't know about their potential dangers. High powered hand-held lasers are considered a danger to human health or safety.
All cosmetics sold in Canada must be safe to use and must not pose any health risk. They must meet the requirements of the Food and Drugs Act and the Cosmetic Regulations.
2007 Health Canada summary chart on labelling requirements for cosmetics in pressurized containers
The Guidance on the Classification of Products at the Cosmetic-Drug Interface clarifies how Health Canada interprets and applies the definitions of cosmetic and drug in the Food and Drugs Act so that products are regulated using the most appropriate regulatory regime.
The purpose of this Cyclical Enforcement (CE) project was to verify compliance of cosmetic products which are subject to the Cosmetic Regulations.
This guide is designed to assist in the preparation of labels that comply with Canadian regulatory requirements for cosmetics.
This booklet is designed to give owners and operating staff of laser hair removal devices essential information for laser safety.
This policy provides general information to any person – an individual or an organization that is involved in the import, export or transhipment of consumer products and cosmetics for commercial purposes.
This guide provides general information that may assist manufacturers, importers, distributors, wholesalers and retailers of consumer products or cosmetics on how to complete an effective voluntary recall of their products which are available in the Canadian marketplace.