Introduction to Making Cosmetics

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Module 1Welcome to the course
Unit 1Welcome to the course 
Module 2Introduction to Cosmetics
Unit 1What is a cosmetic? 
Unit 2What do cosmetics do for skin and hair? 
Unit 3Types of cosmetic ingredients 
Unit 4How do ingredients get their name? 
Module 3Introduction to Formulating
Unit 1Equipment 
Unit 2Ingredient & Packaging Suppliers 
Unit 3Formulas - How do they work? Part one 
Unit 4Formulas - How do they work? Part two 
Unit 5Formulas - How do they work? Part three 
Module 4Evaluating Formulas
Unit 1Five ingredients 
Unit 2Five Fun Formulations: Lip Scrub & Body Oil 
Unit 3Five Fun Formulations: Whipped Body Butters 
Unit 4How to fix a grainy anhydrous balm or butter 
Unit 5Five Fun Formulations: Lotion Bars & Lip Balms 
Unit 6Shelf life and Stability 
Module 5Introduction to Formula Assessment
Unit 1Part One 
Unit 2Part Two: Analyzing a formula - green tea infused coconut moisturizer 
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