Counterfeit cosmetics banned by Chinese regulators

The authorities in China have introduced a ban on a cosmetic product that after an investigation appears to be a counterfeit.

The product – labelled as Ruiguo Tea Seed Baby Camellia Seed Plant Extract Tea Cream – is claimed to be made by Guangzhou Meiyi Cosmetics, although that company says it has never produced or sold such a product. The case was investigated by the Guangdong Provincial Drug Administration.

The National Medical Products Administration (NMPS) has ordered provincial drug regulators to  order any businesses selling the counterfeit product to immediately withdraw it from sale, and to investigate the source of the cosmetic.

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