List of products that are not cosmetic products
The following list of products are not considered cosmetic products in Singapore.
Note: This list is not exhaustive, and merely provides a list of examples of products that have previously been mistaken to be cosmetic products.
- Products intended for oral consumption, such as beauty dietary supplements and collagen drinks.
- Products intended for pharmaceutical or medicinal purposes, such as anti-fungal cream and antiseptic cream.
- Preparations such as cream and ointments for the treatment of eczema, acne and psoriasis.
- Injectable substances, such as lip filler injection and tattoo ink.
- Medical devices, such as bandages, contact lenses, plasters and orthodontic braces.
- Aesthetic beauty devices and tools, such as hair curlers, electronic hair straighteners, make up brushes, manicure sets, razors and false eye lashes.
- Insect repellents.
- Medicated oils and balms, such as ointment for pain relief.
- Massage oils for improving blood circulation and stress relief.
- Essential oils for use in diffusers.
- Sanitary pads.
- Hand sanitisers with antiseptic or anti microbial properties.
- Dental floss.
- Household detergents, such as dish washing detergent and laundry detergent.
- Raw materials used to make soaps, such as sodium hydroxide.
- Temporary tattoos.
- Products intended only for animals and pets, such as pet shampoo.
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