By Karen Leung-LingThe sports medicine doctor Karen Leong-Lings is one of the best known doctors for women in China.
She is also a celebrity in her home country, where her popular YouTube show, “Moms and Doctors”, has more than 30 million subscribers.
But the Chinese government is increasingly turning its attention to what it calls the “dirty laundry” of women’s lives.
The latest crackdown on cosmetic and personal care products, which was unveiled in March, has also targeted cosmetics manufacturers and other companies that sell the products.
The new regulations, known as the “Big Three”, mean that cosmetics products and personal hygiene products must undergo tests for the presence of banned substances.
It’s a move that has already led to shortages of essential cosmetics and skin care products in the country.
The first step in the crackdown is the “Health and Beauty Regulation Law” or 日本増加西, which aims to make sure that cosmetics and personal-care products are safe and non-toxic.
The law stipulates that the product must be tested by a licensed laboratory in a country where the product is sold, and that the testing must be carried out by a company that is approved by the Chinese Health Ministry.
If the test shows that the test results are positive, the product can be released into the market.
However, the law doesn’t take into account the fact that many cosmetic and skin products are sold online and have not been tested.
In other words, there is no requirement to test for all the products in a person’s cosmetics and hair care products.
In China, cosmetics are considered to be an essential ingredient in the skin care industry.
But cosmetics can also be considered as an ingredient in other products, and can be used for cosmetic treatments as well.
The law has sparked concerns among the Chinese cosmetics industry, which is also fighting to stay afloat.
Liang Jianqing, head of the China Cosmetic Industry Association, said the regulation has affected the cosmetics industry’s ability to attract investment.
“For years, the cosmetics market has been the biggest market in China, and we had hoped that the regulatory regime would make it more attractive to invest in the cosmetics sector,” she told The Straits Times.
But she said the regulations are too weak.
As the country’s cosmetics industry has declined, it has become a target for local governments, and now the regulations also have an impact on the cosmetics business.
“It’s not clear what effect the new regulations will have on the business,” she said.
We have to take a cautious approach because it is a business that is in an early stage, and if we make too much noise, it will lead to the business collapsing,” said Liang.
Since the government launched the crackdown on cosmetics, cosmetics and other personal-health products in April, there has been a huge drop in sales.
In August, the country recorded the lowest number of sales in a year.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, the average price of a cosmetic product sold in mainland China dropped by nearly 4 per cent in August.
Last year, cosmetics sales fell by 6.7 per cent, and the number of cosmetics sales dropped by 13.4 per cent.
Liang said the crackdown has also hit the cosmetic industry’s share price.
Even though cosmetics products are an important part of the beauty-care market, it is also the biggest segment of the personal-medical-care sector, which includes skin care and hair products.
Although cosmetics sales were down, the share of the cosmetics company grew by 2.6 per cent during the month of August, which meant that the share price of the cosmetic company rose by 2 per cent as well, she said, adding that the cosmetics share price was up by 8.4 percent in August compared to August 2015.
While cosmetics are a significant part of cosmetics, they are not the only cosmetics in the beauty market.
The Chinese market for skin care, for instance, also accounts for the second largest segment, after hair care, behind cosmetics.
According to statistics from the National Statistics Office, the number two market in the world is the personal care sector, with a market share of about 10 per cent and a turnover of more than $15 billion.
The market for cosmetics has also been hit.
It’s been down more than 9 per cent over the past year, while sales for hair care have declined by 6 per cent compared to last year, according to the Chinese Business News Service.
Liu Wen, an expert in personal-product market dynamics at the University of Hong Kong, said cosmetics products have been the target of a crackdown.
Because cosmetics have been so popular in the past, they have been relatively cheap in terms of ingredients, she told the Straits Mail.
I believe the cosmetics regulations will do more harm to the cosmetics companies, as it will affect their profitability.
Many cosmetics companies have been forced to lay off