Issues of standardization of medicinal cosmetics in Ukraine
Keywords:medicinal cosmetics, cosmetic market, terminology, classification, standardization, quality
Aim. To make an analysis of issues of the terminology and classification of medicinal cosmetics (MC) with the aim of forming modern conceptual approaches to MC standardization and determining the current trends and ways of further development of this area in Ukraine.
Materials and methods. Scientific publications, electronic databases of the State Register of Medicinal Products of Ukraine, the weekly “Apteka” and Compendium reference book, as well as the results of the own research were used as informational materials. Such methods as analytical, comparative, content analysis and generalization of information were applied.
Results and discussion. The foreign experience of the legal definition and classification of medicinal cosmetics has been systematized. The main problems associated with the standardization of medicinal cosmetics in Ukraine have been identified. Criteria for segmentation of medicinal cosmetics have been proposed. The basic concepts and terms are given; their definitions have been proposed; models of classification of medicinal cosmetic products based on a number of their specific characteristics have been developed.
Conclusions. The terminology unification has been proposed; the classification of medicinal cosmetics has been improved. It is a prerequisite for their standardization in order to ensure quality, safety and effectiveness for the consumer. It has been proven that it is expedient to develop conceptual approaches to ensure the quality of medicinal cosmetics throughout their entire life cycle.
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