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Cosmetic Regulations (C.R.C., c. 869)

 

 


Regulations Respecting Cosmetics (C.R.C., c. 869)

Enabling Statute: Food and Drugs Act

Regulation current to January 25th, 2011

Attention: See coming into force provision and notes, where applicable.

Cosmetic Regulations

C.R.C., c. 869

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Cosmetic Regulations

REGULATIONS RESPECTING COSMETICS

SHORT TITLE

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Cosmetic Regulations.

INTERPRETATION

2. (1) In these Regulations,

“Act” means the Food and Drugs Act; (Loi)

“Assistant Deputy Minister” [Repealed, SOR/2004-244, s. 1]

“botanical” means an ingredient that is directly derived from a plant and that has not been chemically modified before it is used in the preparation of a cosmetic; (substance végétale)

“child-resistant container” has the same meaning as in section 2 of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001; (contenant protège-enfants)

“flame projection” means the ability of the pressurized contents of an aerosol container to ignite and the length of that ignition, when tested in accordance with official method DO-30, Determination of Flame Projection, dated October 15, 1981; (projection de flamme)

“flashback” means that part of the flame projection that extends from its point of ignition back to the aerosol container when tested in accordance with official method DO-30, Determination of Flame Projection, dated October 15, 1981; (retour de flamme)

“ICI Dictionary” means the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook, 10th edition (2004), published in Washington, D.C., U.S.A., by The Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association Inc., as amended from time to time; (dictionnaire ICI)

“INCI name” means the International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient name assigned to an ingredient in the ICI Dictionary; (appellation INCI)

“ingredient” means any substance that is one of the components of a cosmetic and includes colouring agents, botanicals, fragrance and flavour, but does not include substances that are used in the preparation of the cosmetic but that are not present in the final product as a result of the chemical process; (ingrédient)

“inner label” means a label on or affixed to the immediate container of a cosmetic; (étiquette intérieure)

“manufacturer” means a person, a partnership or an unincorporated association that sells, or manufactures and sells, a cosmetic under its own name or under a trade-mark, design, trade name or other name or mark owned or controlled by it; (fabricant)

“official method” means a method of analysis or examination designated as such by the Minister for use in the administration of the Act and these Regulations; (méthode officielle)

“ornamental container” means a container that, except on the bottom, does not have any promotional or advertising material on it other than a trade-mark or common name, and that appears to be a decorative ornament because of a design that is on its surface or because of its shape or texture, and is sold as a decorative ornament in addition to being sold as the container of a cosmetic; (contenant décoratif)

“outer label” means a label on or affixed to the outside package of a cosmetic; (étiquette extérieure)

“practitioner” means a person who is registered and licensed under the laws of a province to practise the profession of medicine in that province; (praticien)

“prescription” means a direction given by a practitioner; (ordonnance)

“principal display panel” has the same meaning as in the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations; (espace principal)

“security package” means a package having a security feature that provides reasonable assurance to consumers that the package has not been opened prior to purchase. (emballage de sécurité)

(2) Where a cosmetic has more than one name, a reference in these Regulations to the cosmetic by any of its names is deemed to be a reference to the cosmetic by all of its names.

SOR/81-615, s. 1; SOR/85-142, s. 1; SOR/92-16, s. 1; SOR/94-559, s. 1; SOR/2001-272, s. 1; SOR/2004-244, s. 1.

INSPECTORS

3. (1) An inspector shall perform the functions and duties and carry out the responsibilities in respect of cosmetics prescribed by the Act and these Regulations.

(2) An inspector may, for the proper administration of the Act or these Regulations, take photographs of

(a) any cosmetic;

(b) any place where, on reasonable grounds, he believes any cosmetic is manufactured, prepared, preserved, packaged or stored;

(c) anything that, on reasonable grounds, he believes is used or capable of being used for the manufacture, preparation, preservation, packaging or storing of any cosmetic; and

(d) any labelling or advertising material relating to a cosmetic.

4. [Repealed, SOR/2004-244, s. 2]

IMPORTATION INTO CANADA

5. Subject to section 9, no person shall import into Canada for sale a cosmetic the sale of which in Canada would constitute a violation of the Act or these Regulations.

6. An inspector may examine and take samples of any cosmetic sought to be imported into Canada.

7. Where an inspector examines or takes a sample of a cosmetic pursuant to section 6, he may submit the cosmetic or sample to an analyst for analysis or examination.

8. Where an inspector, on examination of a cosmetic or sample thereof or on receipt of a report of an analyst of the result of an analysis or examination of the cosmetic or sample, is of the opinion that the sale of the cosmetic in Canada would constitute a violation of the Act or these Regulations, the inspector shall so notify in writing the collector of customs concerned and the importer.

9. (1) Where a person seeks to import a cosmetic into Canada for sale and the sale would constitute a violation of the Act or these Regulations, that person may, if the sale of the cosmetic would be lawful in Canada after relabelling or modification of the cosmetic, import the cosmetic into Canada on condition that

(a) he gives to an inspector notice of the proposed importation; and

(b) the cosmetic will be relabelled or modified under the supervision of an inspector in such a manner as to enable the sale of the cosmetic to be lawful in Canada.

(2) No person shall sell a cosmetic that has been imported into Canada under subsection (1) unless the cosmetic is relabelled or modified in accordance with the Act and these Regulations within three months after its importation.

SOR/2004-244, s. 3.

10. [Repealed, SOR/2004-244, s. 4]

SAMPLING

11. When an inspector takes a sample of a cosmetic under subsection 23(1) of the Act, the inspector shall inform the owner of the cosmetic or the person from whom the sample is taken that the inspector proposes to submit the sample or a part of it to an analyst for analysis or examination and

(a) where, in the opinion of the inspector, division of the procured quantity would not interfere with analysis or examination, he shall

(i) divide the quantity into three parts,

(ii) identify the three parts as the owner’s portion, the sample and the duplicate sample and where only one part bears the label, identify that part as the sample,

(iii) seal each part in such a manner that it cannot be opened without breaking the seal, and

(iv) deliver the part identified as the owner’s portion to the owner or the person from whom the sample was obtained and forward the sample and the duplicate sample to an analyst for analysis or examination; or

(b) where, in the opinion of the inspector, division of the procured quantity would interfere with analysis or examination, he shall

(i) identify the entire quantity as the sample,

(ii) seal the sample in such a manner that it cannot be opened without breaking the seal, and

(iii) forward the sample to an analyst for analysis or examination.

SOR/2004-244, s. 5.

SALES

12. No person shall sell a cosmetic if any label or advertisement of the cosmetic contains any symbol or statement that implies that the cosmetic has been compounded in accordance with a prescription.

13. No person shall sell a cosmetic recommended for removing stains from the teeth that has a measure of acidity greater than that represented by a pH of 4.

14. (1) No person shall sell a cosmetic for use in the area of the eye that contains any coal tar dye, coal tar dye base or coal tar dye intermediate.

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1) and section 15.1, “area of the eye” means the area bounded by the supraorbital and infraorbital ridges and includes the eyebrows, the skin underlying the eyebrows, the eyelids, the eyelashes, the conjunctival sac of the eye, the eyeball and the soft tissue that lies below the eye and within the infraorbital ridge.

SOR/89-228, s. 1.

15. No manufacturer or importer shall sell a cosmetic that contains

(a) chloroform as an ingredient; or

(b) an estrogenic substance.

SOR/78-506, s. 1; SOR/85-928, s. 1; SOR/92-663, s. 1.

15.1 No manufacturer or importer shall sell a cosmetic that contains mercury or a salt or derivative thereof unless

(a) the cosmetic is intended for use in the area of the eye;

(b) the mercury or its salt or derivative thereof is used in the cosmetic as a preservative; and

(c) the manufacturer or importer

(i) has in his possession evidence demonstrating that the only satisfactory way to maintain the sterility or stability of the cosmetic is to use mercury or a salt or derivative thereof as a preservative, and

(ii) at the Minister’s request, provides the Minister with the evidence described in subparagraph (i).

SOR/89-228, s. 2; SOR/93-243, s. 2; SOR/2004-244, s. 6.

15.2 No person shall sell a cosmetic described in section 28.2 or 28.3 unless it is packaged in a child-resistant container.

SOR/94-559, s. 2; SOR/2004-244, s. 7.

16. No person shall sell a cosmetic unless it is labelled in accordance with these Regulations.

LABELLING

General

SOR/2004-244, s. 8.

17. No reference, direct or indirect, to the Act or these Regulations shall be made on any label or in any advertisement of a cosmetic unless the reference is a specific requirement of the Act or these Regulations.

18. The information required by these Regulations to be provided on the label of a cosmetic must

(a) be shown both in English and in French, except for the INCI name; and

(b) be clearly legible and remain so throughout the useful life of the cosmetic, or in the case of a refillable container, throughout its useful life, under normal conditions of sale and use.

SOR/2004-244, s. 9.

19. If a cosmetic has only one label, that label must contain all the information required by these Regulations to be shown on both the inner and outer labels.

SOR/2004-244, s. 9.

20. Subject to these Regulations, the inner label of a cosmetic shall show

(a) the name of the manufacturer and the address of their principal place of business; and

(b) the identity of the cosmetic in terms of its common or generic name or in terms of its function, unless the identity is obvious.

SOR/2004-244, s. 10.

21. (1) No manufacturer shall make any claim on a label of or in an advertisement for a cosmetic respecting either of the following, unless the manufacturer has evidence that validates the claim:

(a) the ability of the cosmetic or any of its ingredients to influence the chemistry of the skin, hair or teeth; or

(b) the formulation, manufacture or performance of the cosmetic that would imply that the user of the cosmetic will not suffer injury to their health.

(2) The manufacturer shall, on request, provide the Minister with the evidence referred to in subsection (1).

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

List of Ingredients

21.1 Sections 21.2 to 21.5 do not apply to any product whose ingredient labelling is regulated under the Food and Drug Regulations or the Natural Health Products Regulations.

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

21.2 (1) Subject to subsection (4), a list of ingredients must appear on the outer label of a cosmetic, with each ingredient listed only by its INCI name.

(2) In the case of makeup and nail polish and enamel sold in a range of colour shades, all colouring agents used in the range may be listed if they are preceded by the symbol “+/–” or “±” or the phrase “may contain/peut contenir”.

(3) Botanicals must be listed by specifying at least the genus and species portions of the INCI name.

(4) An ingredient that is included in the schedule may be listed either by its EU trivial name set out in column 1 of the schedule or by the appropriate English and French equivalents set out in columns 2 and 3.

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

21.3 An ingredient that has no INCI name must be listed by its chemical name.

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

21.4 (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), ingredients must be listed in descending order of predominance, in their concentration by weight.

(2) Ingredients that are present at a concentration of 1% or less and all colouring agents, regardless of their concentration, may be listed in random order after the ingredients that are present at a concentration of more than 1%.

(3) In the case of fragrance and flavour, the words “parfum” and “aroma”, respectively, may be inserted at the end of the list of ingredients to indicate that such ingredients have been added to the cosmetic to produce or to mask a particular odour or flavour.

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

21.5 (1) Despite subsection 21.2(1), in the case of a cosmetic whose immediate container or outside package is so small that the label cannot comply with the requirements of paragraph 18(b), the list of ingredients may appear on a tag, tape or card affixed to the container or package.

(2) Despite subsection 21.2(1), in the case of a cosmetic in an ornamental container that has no outside package, the list of ingredients may appear on a tag, tape or card affixed to the container.

(3) Despite subsection 21.2(1), in the case of a cosmetic that has no outside package and whose size, shape or texture, or that of its immediate container, makes it impractical for a tag, tape or card to be affixed to the container, the list of ingredients may instead appear in a leaflet that must accompany the cosmetic at the point of sale.

SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

Particular Requirements for Certain Cosmetics

22. A hair dye that contains paraphenylenediamine or other coal tar dye base or coal tar intermediate must

(a) carry the following warning on both the inner and outer labels:

“CAUTION: This product contains ingredients that may cause skin irritation on certain individuals and a preliminary test according to accompanying directions should first be made. This product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows. To do so may cause blindness.

MISE EN GARDE : Ce produit contient des ingrédients qui peuvent causer de l’irritation cutanée chez certaines personnes; il faut donc d’abord effectuer une épreuve préliminaire selon les directives ci-jointes. Ce produit ne doit pas servir à teindre les sourcils ni les cils; en ce faisant, on pourrait provoquer la cécité.”; and

(b) be accompanied by instructions to the following effect:

(i) the preparation may cause serious inflammation of the skin in some persons, and a preliminary test should always be made to determine whether special sensitivity exists, and

(ii) to make the test, a small area of skin behind the ear or on the inner surface of the forearm should be cleansed, using either soap and water or alcohol, and a small quantity of the hair dye as prepared for use should be applied to the area and allowed to dry. After 24 hours, the area should be washed gently with soap and water. If no irritation or inflammation is apparent, it may be assumed that no hypersensitivity to the dye exists. The test should be made before each application. The hair dye should never be used for dyeing eyebrows or eyelashes, as severe inflammation of the eye or even blindness may result.

SOR/89-228, s. 3; SOR/2004-244, s. 11.

22.1 The outer label of a cosmetic, where that cosmetic contains mercury or a salt or derivative thereof as a preservative, shall indicate the name of the preservative and its concentration in the cosmetic.

SOR/89-228, s. 4.

23. A deodorant that is intended for use in the genital area and that is sold in a pressurized container shall carry the following information on both its inner and outer labels:

“Directions: For external use only. Use sparingly and not more than once daily. Spray external skin surface while holding nozzle at least eight inches from the skin”

“Mode d’emploi: Pour usage externe seulement. Employer modérément, pas plus d’une fois par jour. Vaporiser sur la surface externe de la peau en tenant le bec à une distance d’au moins huit pouces”

“Caution: Do not apply internally or to broken, irritated or itching skin. Do not use when wearing a sanitary napkin. Discontinue use immediately if a rash or irritation develops. Consult a physician if the rash or irritation persists or if there is any unusual odour or discharge at any time”

“Mise en garde: Ne pas appliquer sur une surface interne ou sur une surface éraflée, irritée ou en proie à la démangeaison. Ne pas utiliser avec des serviettes hygiéniques. Cesser immédiatement l’emploi en cas d’éruption ou d’irritation. Consulter un médecin si l’éruption ou l’irritation persiste ou en cas d’odeur ou de sécrétion inhabituelle”

24. (1) The label of a cosmetic that presents an avoidable hazard must include directions for safe use.

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), “avoidable hazard” means a threat of injury to the health of the user of a cosmetic that can be

(a) predicted from the cosmetic’s composition, the toxicology of its ingredients and the site of its application;

(b) reasonably anticipated during normal use; and

(c) eliminated by specified limitations on the usage of the cosmetic.

SOR/89-228, s. 5; SOR/2004-244, s. 12; SOR/2007-150, s. 1(E).

PRESSURIZED CONTAINERS

SOR/2004-244, s. 13.

25. (1) Subject to subsection (3) and section 27, in the case of a cosmetic packaged in a disposable metal container designed to release pressurized contents by use of a manually operated valve that forms an integral part of the container, the principal display panel of the inner and outer labels of the cosmetic shall display, in accordance with sections 15 to 18 of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, the following information:

(a) the hazard symbol set out in column II of item 10 of Schedule II to those Regulations, accompanied by the signal word “CAUTION / ATTENTION”; and

(b) the primary hazard statement “CONTAINER MAY EXPLODE IF HEATED. / CE CONTENANT PEUT EXPLOSER S’IL EST CHAUFFÉ.”.

(2) Subject to subsection (3) and section 27, one panel of the inner and outer labels of a cosmetic referred to in subsection (1) shall display, in the size required by paragraph 19(1)(b) of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, the following additional hazard statement:

“Contents under pressure. Do not place in hot water or near radiators, stoves or other sources of heat. Do not puncture or incinerate container or store at temperatures over 50°C.

Contenu sous pression. Ne pas mettre dans l’eau chaude ni près des radiateurs, poêles ou autres sources de chaleur. Ne pas percer le contenant, ni le jeter au feu, ni le conserver à des températures dépassant 50°C.”

(3) If the Minister determines, at the request of the manufacturer, that the materials used in the construction of a container described in subsection (1) or the incorporation in such a container of a safety device has eliminated the hazards presented by the container, subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to the cosmetic packaged in that container.

(4) and (5) [Repealed, SOR/81-615, s. 2]

SOR/81-615, s. 2; SOR/85-928, s. 2; SOR/92-16, s. 2; SOR/2001-272, s. 2; SOR/2004-244, s. 14.

26. (1) Subject to section 27, if a cosmetic is packaged in a container described in subsection 25(1) and has a flame projection of a length set out in column I of any of items 1 to 3 of the table to this subsection or has a flashback as set out in column I of item 4 of that table, as determined by official method DO-30, Determination of Flame Projection, dated October 15, 1981, the principal display panel of the inner label of and outer label for the cosmetic shall display, in accordance with sections 15 to 18 of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, the following information:

(a) the hazard symbol set out in column II;

(b) the signal word set out in column III; and

(c) the primary hazard statement set out in column IV.

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/81-615, S. 3; SOR/92-16, S. 3

(2) In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), one panel of the inner and outer labels of a cosmetic referred to in that subsection shall display, in the size required by paragraph 19(1)(b) of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, the following additional hazard statements:

“Do not use in presence of open flame or spark.

Ne pas utiliser en présence d’une flamme nue ou d’étincelles.”

SOR/81-615, s. 3; SOR/82-430, s. 1; SOR/85-928, s. 3; SOR/92-16, s. 3; SOR/2001-272, s. 3; SOR/2004-244, s. 15.

27. (1) When the labelled net quantity of a cosmetic described in subsection 25(1) or 26(1) is less than 30 mL or 30 g, the hazard symbol must be of such a size that it is capable of being circumscribed by a circle with a diameter of at least 6 mm.

(2) When the labelled net quantity of a cosmetic described in subsection 25(1) or 26(1) is not greater than 60 mL or 60 g, the inner label may show only the information described in paragraph 25(1)(a) or paragraphs 26(1)(a) and (b), as the case may be.

(3) When the labelled net quantity of a cosmetic described in subsection 25(1) or 26(1) is greater than 60 mL or 60 g but not greater than 120 mL or 120 g, the inner label may show only the information described in subsection 25(1) or 26(1), as the case may be.

(4) When a cosmetic described in subsection (2) or (3) is sold in an outside package, the outer label may show only the information described in subsection 25(2) and, if applicable, subsection 26(2).

SOR/81-615, s. 3; SOR/92-16, s. 4; SOR/2004-244, s. 16.

28. [Repealed, SOR/93-243, s. 2]

SECURITY PACKAGING

28.1 (1) Subject to subsection (2) no person shall sell a mouthwash for human use unless it is contained in a security package.

(2) Subsection (1) applies only to mouthwash that is available to the public in an open self-selection area or that is distributed as a sample.

(3) Unless the security feature of a security package is self-evident and is an integral part of the immediate container, the inner label of the security package must carry a statement or illustration that draws attention to the security feature of the package and, if the security feature is part of an outside package, the outer label must also carry the statement or illustration.

SOR/85-142, s. 2; SOR/89-228, s. 6; SOR/2004-244, s. 17(E).

28.2 The principal display panel of the inner and outer labels of a cosmetic, other than one in a container described in subsection 25(1), that contains 5 mL or more of methyl alcohol must display all of the following information:

(a) the hazard symbol set out in column II of item 1 of Schedule II to the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, in accordance with paragraphs 16(a) and (b) of those Regulations; and

(b) for each of the particulars set out in column I of items 1 to 5 of the table to section 46 of the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, as they read on September 30, 2001, the signal word and statements set out in columns III and IV of those items, which must be located on the labels in accordance with paragraphs 15(2)(a) to (c) of those Regulations and printed in accordance with paragraphs 17(a) and (b), 18(a) and (b) and 19(1)(a) and (b) and subsection 19(2) of those Regulations.

SOR/94-559, s. 3; SOR/2001-272, s. 4; SOR/2004-244, s. 18.

28.3 The inner and outer labels of a cosmetic in liquid form that contains 600 mg or more of sodium bromate (NaBrO3) or 50 mg or more of potassium bromate (KBrO3 ) must carry a statement to the effect that the product contains sodium bromate or potassium bromate, as the case may be, is poisonous, is to be kept out of the reach of children and, in the case of accidental ingestion, a Poison Control Centre or physician is to be contacted immediately.

SOR/94-559, s. 3; SOR/2004-244, s. 19.

28.4 [Repealed, SOR/2004-244, s. 19]

EVIDENCE OF SAFETY OF COSMETICS

29. (1) The Minister may request in writing that a manufacturer submit to the Minister, on or before a specified day, evidence to establish the safety of a cosmetic under the recommended or the normal conditions of use.

(2) A manufacturer who does not submit the evidence requested under subsection (1) shall cease to sell the cosmetic after the day specified in the request.

(3) If the Minister determines that the evidence submitted by a manufacturer under subsection (1) is not sufficient, the Minister must notify the manufacturer in writing to that effect, and the manufacturer must cease to sell the cosmetic until the manufacturer

(a) has submitted further evidence to the Minister; and

(b) has been notified in writing by the Minister that the further evidence is sufficient.

SOR/2004-244, s. 20; SOR/2007-150, s. 2.

NOTIFICATION

30. (1) Every manufacturer and importer shall provide the Minister with the following documents, at the latest 10 days after the manufacturer or importer first sells a cosmetic:

(a) a notification on a form obtained from the Minister and signed by the manufacturer or importer, as the case may be, or a person authorized on their behalf, advising whether they intend to continue sales of the cosmetic in Canada and including the information specified in subsection (2); and

(b) if the labels and inserts used in conjunction with the cosmetic require the information set out in any of sections 22 to 24, a copy or facsimile of the labels and inserts

(2) The following is the information required for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a):

(a) the name and address of the manufacturer that appears on the label of the cosmetic in accordance with section 20;

(b) the name under which the cosmetic is sold;

(c) the function of the cosmetic;

(d) a list of the cosmetic’s ingredients and, for each ingredient, either its exact concentration or the concentration range that includes the concentration of that ingredient, the latter of which may only be indicated by setting out either the applicable concentration range set out in column 1 of the table to this section or the number in column 2 that corresponds to the applicable concentration range set out in column 1;

(e) the form of the cosmetic;

(f) the name and address in Canada of the manufacturer, importer or distributor;

(g) if the cosmetic was not manufactured or formulated by the person whose name appears on the label, the name and address of the person who manufactured or formulated it; and

(h) the name and title of the person who signed the notification referred to in paragraph (1)(a).

TABLE

Column 1

Column 2

Item

Concentration range

Corresponding number

1.

More than 30 % up to 100 %

1

2.

More than 10 % but not more than 30 %

2

3.

More than 3 % but not more than 10 %

3

4.

More than 1 % but not more than 3 %

4

5.

More than 0.3 % but not more than 1 %

5

6.

More than 0.1 % but not more than 0.3 %

6

7.

More than 0 % but not more than 0.1 %

7

SOR/2004-244, s. 21; SOR/2007-150, s. 3.

31. A manufacturer or importer who has provided the Minister with a notification under section 30 shall

(a) provide the Minister with a revised notification, together with any applicable revised document or information, within 10 days after the document or information becomes inaccurate; and

(b) promptly provide the Minister with any additional information respecting the notification that the Minister may request.

SOR/2004-244, s. 22.

32. [Repealed, SOR/2004-244, s. 22]

SCHEDULE

(Subsection 21.2(4))

EU TRIVIAL NAMES AND THEIR ENGLISH AND FRENCH EQUIVALENTS

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Item

EU Trivial Name

English Equivalent

French Equivalent

1.

Acetum

Vinegar

Vinaigre

2.

Adeps Bovis

Tallow

Suif

3.

Adeps Suillus

Lard

Saindoux

4.

Aqua

Water

Eau

5.

Bassia Latifolia

Illipe Butter

Beurre d’illipe

6.

Beta Vulgaris

Beet Root Extract

Extrait de racine de betterave

7.

Bombyx

Silk Worm Extract

Extrait de ver à soie

8.

Brevoortia

Menhaden Oil

Huile de menhaden

9.

Bubulum

Neatsfoot Oil

Huile de pied de bœuf

10.

Butyris Lac

Buttermilk Powder

Babeurre en poudre

11.

Butyrum

Butter

Beurre

12.

Candelilla Cera

Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax

Cire de candelilla

13.

Canola

Canola Oil

Huile de colza

Canola Oil Unsaponifiables

Huile de colza enrichie en insaponifiables

14.

Caprae Lac

Goat Milk

Lait de chèvre

15.

Cera Alba

Beeswax

Cire d’abeille

16.

Cera Carnauba

Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax

Cire de carnauba

17.

Cera Microcristallina

Microcrystalline Wax

Cire microcristalline

18.

Colophonium

Rosin

Colophane

19.

Dromiceius

Emu Oil

Huile d’émeu

20.

Faex

Lactic Yeast

Levure lactique

Yeast

Levure

Yeast Extract

Extrait de levure

21.

Gadi Lecur

Cod Liver Oil

Huile de foie de morue

22.

Hoplostethus

Orange Roughy Oil

Huile d’hoplostète orange

23.

Hordeum Distichon

Barley Extract

Extrait d’orge à deux rangs

Barley Seed Flour

Farine d’orge à deux rangs

24.

Hordeum Vulgare

Hordeum Vulgare Extract

Extrait d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Juice

Jus d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Leaf Juice

Jus des feuilles d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Powder

Poudre d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Root Extract

Extrait de racine d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Seed Extract

Extrait de semence d’orge

Hordeum Vulgare Seed Flour

Farine d’orge

Spent Grain Flour

Farine de drêche

25.

Lac

Milk

Lait

Whole Dry Milk

Lait entier en poudre

26.

Lactis Lipida

Milk Lipids

Lipides du lait

27.

Lactis Proteinum

Milk Protein

Protéine du lait

Whey Protein

Protéine du petit-lait

28.

Lanolin Cera

Lanolin Wax

Cire de lanoline

29.

Maris Aqua

Sea Water

Eau de mer

30.

Maris Limus

Sea Silt Extract

Extrait de limon marin

31.

Maris Sal

Sea Salt

Sel marin

32.

Mel

Honey

Miel

Honey Extract

Extrait de miel

33.

Montan Cera

Montan Wax

Cire de Montan

34.

Mortierella Isabellina

Mortierella Oil

Huile de Mortierella

35.

Mustela

Mink Oil

Huile de vison

Mink Wax

Cire de vison

36.

Olus

Vegetable Oil

Huile végétale

37.

Ostrea

Oyster Shell Extract

Extrait de coquille d’huître

38.

Ovum

Dried Egg Yolk

Poudre de jaune d’œufs

Egg

Œuf

Egg Oil

Huile d’œuf

Egg Powder

Poudre d’œufs

Egg Yolk Extract

Extrait de jaune d’œuf

39.

Paraffinum Liquidum

Mineral Oil

Huile minérale

40.

Pellis Lipida

Skin Lipids

Lipides cutanés

41.

Pisces

Fish Extract

Extrait de poisson

42.

Piscum Lecur

Fish Liver Oil

Huile de foie de poisson

43.

Pix

Tar Oil

Huile d’anthracène

44.

Propolis Cera

Propolis Wax

Cire de propolis

45.

Saccharum Officinarum

Black Strap Powder

Poudre de mélasse

Molasses Extract

Extrait de mélasse

Sugar Cane Extract

Extrait de canne à sucre

46.

Salmo

Salmon Egg Extract

Extrait d’œufs de saumon

Salmon Oil

Huile de saumon

47.

Sepia

Cuttlefish Extract

Extrait de seiche

48.

Serica

Silk

Soie

Silk Powder

Poudre de soie

49.

Shellac Cera

Shellac Wax

Cire de laque

50.

Sine Adipe Colostrum

Nonfat Dry Colostrum

Poudre de colostrum écrémé

51.

Sine Adipe Lac

Nonfat Dry Milk

Poudre de lait écrémé

52.

Solum Diatomeae

Diatomaceous Earth

Terre de diatomées

53.

Solum Fullonum

Fuller’s Earth

Terre à foulon

54.

Squali Lecur

Shark Liver Oil

Huile de foie de requin

55.

Sus

Pigskin Extract

Extrait de peau de porc

56.

Tallol

Tall Oil

Tallöl

57.

Vitulus

Brain Extract

Extrait de cerveau

Brain Lipids

Lipides du cerveau

Calf Blood Extract

Extrait de sang de veau

Calf Skin Extract

Extrait de peau de veau

Hydrolyzed Calf Skin

Peau de veau hydrolysée

Liver Extract

Extrait de foie

SOR/2004-244, s. 23.

Last updated: 2011-02-12

 

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