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Learn how to make simple products in your own kitchen and build your own beauty empire
I specially chose these products for you to start your own beauty business with because they are the easiest for you to start making.
The ingredients are easy to source and you don't need special equipment to make them.
If you have the tools to bake a cake, you can make all these products.
You also don't need any special formulating skills. The recipes in the course are simple and even if you weigh a little too much of something - they will still work perfectly!
The simplest way to start your own beauty business is by making products in your kitchen.
You will learn how to make amazing, natural products like soaps and scrubs using everyday ingredients.
Not only are these products fun and easy to make, people love buying them!
You will also learn how to make sure that you price them correctly so that you make a profit.
All the products are safe to make.
You will also be shown how to make sure your products meet legal requirements like including the correct information on your product label.
Every country will have their own specific regulations regarding cosmetic products. It is advisable that you become familiar with what they are in your country.
However, the basic global legal requirements for all beauty products are the same.
There are specific legal requirements for the actual product and for the product label.
Conny is a professional, qualified cosmetic chemist and also holds a degree in marketing management. She has been in the cosmetic industry since 1996 where she started work in a cosmetics factory in Johannesburg.
She is the founder of The Cosmetics Chef.
The Cosmetics Chef is all about empowering people to make their own cosmetics, whether for their own use or to turn it into a viable business. This is through online classes, webinars and membership programs.
She has been active in various professional associations in the cosmetic industry and has been president of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists of South Africa (Coschem) twice, in 2009 and 2015. She also lectures on the cosmetic science diploma course.
As president of the society she was invited to Japan in 2015 to participate in meetings with IFSCC (International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists).
She is also the co-author of a patent for a hair care product.
She has spoken at many conferences especially on the topic of natural cosmetics.
No, all the recipes use basic kitchen baking equipment. You will need a scale to weigh, hot plate or stove for heating and a blender to mix the soap easier. You will also need suitable jugs to make your products in that are heat stable. Basic baking equipment is all you need.
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