Vietnam removes four cosmetic products with wrong labels

The Drug Administration of Vietnam under the Ministry of Health yesterday decided to remove four cosmetic products from shelves.

Deputy head of the administration Do Van Dong said the four cosmetic products must be removed because their label did not match with document registered in the administration. They include Jamilah Henna Hair Color-Burgundy Henna numbered 1415/15/CBMP-QLD; Jamilah Henna Hair Color-Chestnut Henna with the number 1416/15-CBMP-QLD; Jamilah Henna Hair Color-Black Henna with the number 1417/15-CBMP-QLD; Jamilah Henna Hair Color-Brown Henna numbered 1418/15-CBMP-QLD.

All of them are made by India K.K. Export and imported by Miteco Company at 187 Nguyen Van Cu Street in Hanoi’s Long Bien District.

Additionally, the administration urged Miteco to take back all products and write report to the administration before December 15.  The administration asked the departments of health in cities and provinces to inform businesses and shop to remove these cosmetic products. Inspectors from health department must check the removal.

By Nguyen Quoc – translated by Uyen Phuong

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