This is really wonderful
Enjoyed the videos. I am working on a conditioner and went through all of the steps in the video. You are right on the money with your procedure(s),
I need to add a preservative to my formulation. How do I know if it will be compatible with the rest of my ingredients ?
You have to test it.
Questions re LOI: For ingredients that are 1% or less, may I list them in any order I wish? If I have two or more ingredients at the same %, may I line them up in any order I think best?
Thank you for your time and effort.
Yes to both questions.
Great video! Very interesting and useful.Thanks alot.
How do I copy this one? WATER (AQUA), GLYCERIN, PEG-32, PALMITIC ACID, STEARIC ACID, SODIUM LAUROYL GLUTAMATE, POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, LAURIC ACID, MYRISTIC ACID, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), GLYCERYL STEARATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, POLYQUATERNIUM-10, LINALOOL, TETRASODIUM EDTA, HEXYL CINNAMAL, LIMONENE, CITRONELLOL, BHT. N?? 05419/N
I’d suggest you post your question in our forum. http://chemistscorner.com/forum
Great video on how to make a similar product with the list of ingredients. Is there a payment plan on the course?
the introductory tips on preparing of a shampoo are quite useful for beginners.
Thank you! This information is very helpful. I am looking forward to learning more about the cosmetic industry and how to formulate cosmetics.
Hooked on these videos. Thanks, Perry.
Great video! Very useful and interesting.
It was very knowledgeable presentation for student like us…thank you…. Bt can u explain in detail how to guess the percentage…I.e 4th step of video
For that you need to have a familiarity with typical cosmetic product formulations.
Thank Perry,I am a Government Veterinary Surgeon in Sri Lanka,Department of Animal Production and Health.And I am trying in several years finding how to make a best shampoo base for formulating herbal shampoo for dog, however I could be able to get basic knowledge of cosmetic product by watching your videos.
Thank you .
I am interested in your course. However my products are naturally derived. Would it be better for me to take your natural cosmetic formulating course, or do I need to take this course first either way? I look forward to your answer and when the appropriate course for me will be available.
The Natural Course would probably be a better choice for you although our standard course also provides natural formulation options. http://chemistscorner.com/members
Thanks perry, have been learning from you since last year. We have a Hand Wash formula as bellow:
Aqua, SLES, NaCl, CAPB, Glysarin, Citric Acid, HB, EDTA, Color and Fragrance.
Could you please comment about it?
i can,t thank you enough for this video.thank once again.
Thanks Perry for the info….I have been doing exactly what your video’s suggest, creating a spreadsheet of a LOI and researching percentages of the ingredients that are typically used in formulas. I also contact raw material ingredient companies to get assistance on what percentage they would recommend ingredients in. It’s great to get close to a benchmark product! Thanks again…..
I have watched all the three videos and they are great, job well done.Looking forward to more, very enlightening!
Thank you for the usefull information.
Thank you for the usefull information
It is very interesting your video. I am waiting to see a video about how to formulate creams products. Thank you.
Thanks! We don’t have a cream formula video planned at the moment but we do teach how to create cream formulas in our course.
Great webinar !
Really this is the turning point for me and you are very giving of your time and your self.
Very helpful for a starter cosmetic formulator,
It is useful and interesting.
I found this video very interesting! Thank you!
Good work Perry.
Looking forward to a video on formulating creams since they seem to be the more difficult to produce consistently.
“How to Create a Starting Formula” was another good video. I found it very interesting. I have used the tips such as the ones found in your video and especially your white paper. I’ve duplicated many off the shelf products like lip balms, and topical analgesics, for my employer. Thanks again!
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