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How to market and sell Cosmetic Products?

Different ways to sell and market Cosmetic Products: Cosmetic industry is one of the top profitable industries in the world. If you want to start your business in cosmetic industry then you need to fulfill certain criteria’s. Here we are going to discuss about what are the different ways to sell and market your cosmetic products. First have a look at procedure for starting different cosmetic businesses: How to start cosmetic Manufacturing Business? How to start Cosmetic Marketing Company and sell products online? Types of marketing and selling ways: There are generally two ways for marketing & selling cosmetic products Online Ways Offline/Traditional ways Online Ways: Digital Marketing like Blogging and Content Marketing, Use of Social Media Channels (Free and Paid Promotion) i.e. Facebook Page, Facebook Group, Youtube Channel, Linkedin Profile etc ) Own website building and promote it through SEO, paid ads etc Listing at business portals and classified websites Google my busines

Schedule J

Schedules: Schedule ASchedule BSchedule CSchedule DSchedule E1Schedule FSchedule GSchedule HSchedule H1, Schedule I, Schedule JSchedule KSchedule L1Schedule MSchedule M1Schedule M2Schedule M3Schedule NSchedule OSchedule PSchedule QSchedule RSchedule SSchedule TSchedule USchedule V, Schedule W, Schedule XSchedule Y

Schedule J (Rule 106):

Diseases and ailments (by whatever name described) which a drug may not purport to prevent or cure or make claims to prevent or cure.


2. Angina Pectoris

3. Appendicitis

4. Arteriosclerosis

5. Baldness

6. Blindness

7. Bronchial Asthma

8. Cancer and Benign tumour

9. Cataract

10. Change in colour of the hair and growth of new hair.

11. Change of foetal sex by drugs.

12. Congenital malformations

13. Deafness

14. Diabetes

15. Diseases and disorders of uterus.

16. Epilepticfits and psychiatric disorders

17. Encephalitis

18. Fairness of the skin

19. Form, structure of breast

20. Gangrene

21. Genetic disorders

22. Glaucoma

23. Goitre

24. Hernia

25. High/low Blood Pressure

26. Hydrocele

27. Insanity

28. Increase in brain capacity and improvement of memory.

29. Improvement in height of children/adults.

30. Improvement in size and shape of the sexual organ and in duration of sexual performance

31. Improvement in the strength of the natural teeth.

32. Improvement in vision

33. Jaundice/Hepatitis/Liver disorders

34 Leukaemia

35. Leucoderma

36. Maintenance or improvement of the capacity of the human being for sexual pleasure.

37 Mental retardation, subnormalities and growth

38. Myocardial infarction

39. Obesity

40. Paralysis

41. Parkinsonism

42. Piles and Fistulae

43. Power to rejuvinate

44. Premature ageing

45. Premature greying of hair

46. Rheumatic Heart Diseases

47. Sexual Impotence, Premature ejaculation and spermatorrhoea

48. Spondylitis

49. Stammering

50. Stones in gall-bladder, kidney, bladder

51. Vericose Vein

For more detail refer Drug and Cosmetic Act


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