Health Canada, the Canadian federal department of public health, which is in charge of assessing the safety of drugs and of many consumer goods - including cosmetic products - recently published a Guide to Cosmetic Ingredient Labelling.

The guide is intended to help clarify the ingredient labelling requirement, in particular the nuances of the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI), and how it is adapted to Canada. This guide includes tables to clarify common questions, ingredient label examples, and tips to verify proper INCI labelling.

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Guide to Cosmetic Ingredient Labelling