Formularium Kosmetika Indonesia: A Guide for Cosmetic Products
Formularium Kosmetika Indonesia is a document published by the Department of Health of the Republic of Indonesia that contains information and guidelines for cosmetic products in Indonesia. It was first published in 1985 and has been updated periodically to reflect the latest regulations and standards. The document covers various aspects of cosmetic products, such as definitions, classifications, ingredients, labeling, packaging, safety, quality, and testing.
The purpose of Formularium Kosmetika Indonesia is to provide a reference for cosmetic manufacturers, distributors, importers, exporters, and consumers in Indonesia. It aims to ensure that cosmetic products are safe, effective, and suitable for their intended use. It also aims to promote the development of the cosmetic industry in Indonesia and to harmonize it with international standards.
Formularium Kosmetika Indonesia is available in PDF format and can be downloaded from the website of the Directorate General of Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices of the Ministry of Health. The latest version is Formularium Nasional 2017, which was issued on December 28, 2017 and became effective on April 1, 2018[^1^]. The document contains a list of approved ingredients for cosmetic products, as well as their functions, concentrations, and restrictions. It also contains a list of prohibited ingredients and substances that may cause adverse reactions or allergies.
Formularium Kosmetika Indonesia is a useful resource for anyone who is interested in or involved in the cosmetic industry in Indonesia. It provides clear and comprehensive information and guidelines for cosmetic products that comply with the national and international regulations and standards. It also helps to protect the health and safety of consumers and to ensure the quality and efficacy of cosmetic products.
The cosmetic industry in Indonesia is one of the fastest-growing and most competitive markets in Asia Pacific. According to Statista.com, Indonesia accounted for about 9% of the global cosmetics market share in 2020, ranking third after China and Japan. The revenue of the beauty and personal care industry in Indonesia is expected to reach $7.5 billion in 2021 and grow at a 6.5% compound annual growth rate through 2025[^2^]. The per capita spending on cosmetics and toiletries in Indonesia is projected to increase from $5.8 in 2019 to $8.3 in 2024[^1^].
The cosmetic industry in Indonesia is driven by various factors, such as the rising disposable income, the growing middle class, the increasing urbanization, the expanding e-commerce, the changing consumer preferences, and the influence of social media and celebrities. The Indonesian consumers are becoming more aware and sophisticated about their beauty needs and choices. They are also more willing to try new products and brands, especially those that offer natural, organic, halal, or environmentally friendly features. The demand for cosmetics and personal care products is also influenced by the cultural and religious diversity of Indonesia, which has the largest Muslim population in the world.
The cosmetic industry in Indonesia is composed of both global and local market players that compete for market share and consumer loyalty. Some of the leading global brands in Indonesia include L'OrÃal, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Shiseido, EstÃe Lauder, and Johnson & Johnson. Some of the leading local brands include Wardah, Mustika Ratu, Martha Tilaar Group, Paragon Technology and Innovation (PTI), and Viva Cosmetics. The market players use various sales channels to distribute their products, such as supermarkets, hypermarkets, department stores, specialty stores, pharmacies, beauty salons, direct selling, online platforms, and social commerce. According to Statista.com, online sales accounted for about 22% of the beauty and personal care market sales in Indonesia in 2020 and are expected to increase to about 30% by 2025[^1^]. 061ffe29dd