The China Food and Drug Administration (China FDA) has published a final version of its Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC 2014 Second Draft Version), which consists of some 8,700 ingredients. The country’s Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service recommends that cosmetics companies examine the list, which includes those ingredients allowed to be used because their safety has been assessed as well as approved new cosmetic ingredients, to determine whether their products can be sold in China. According to the IECIC 2014 Second Draft Version, if an ingredient name is a plant abstract—the Latin name—“it means materials come from the whole plant or part of the plant.”