cosmetic science education

Article by: Perry Romanowski

Welcome to Day 18 of the 30 Days to Become a Better Cosmetic Chemist series

This 30 day challenge is all about giving you lessons and basic exercises that will improve your abilities as a cosmetic chemist.  cosmetic science education

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In this episode

In today’s program we’ll be talking about how you can further your education in cosmetic science. After listening you should have a good idea about some of the things you can do to improve your educational background to make yourself a more valuable cosmetic chemist.

In this episode you’ll find:

  • The level of education you need to be a cosmetic chemist
  • Universities that offer advanced cosmetic science degrees
  • Undergraduate cosmetic science programs
  • Cosmetic programs outside the US
  • Continuing education options – live classes
  • Online cosmetic science education options

 Today’s Challenge

For today’s challenge, I challenge you to find a program or course that you can take to improve your knowledge of cosmetic formulating or the cosmetic industry. This could be our Practical Cosmetic Formulating course or any of the other things we talked about in this program. Take the time and research the program from which you want to learn. Then go do it.

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5 comments

    1. Perry Romanowski

      Thanks so much for the information!

  1. Sumit Charaya

    Great work Perry. I listen to your podcast daily, very informative. I have a question regarding this podcast, I want to further educate myself however I am interested in earning certification. Could you recommend any certification programs in terms of formulations or management in personal care industry? Do they help in advancing knowledge and career? Do personal care industry care about certifications?

    Thanks!

    1. Perry Romanowski

      Hello Sumit – As far as certification programs go there really aren’t any “official” certification programs in cosmetic formulating. The university programs I talked about in the show are accredited but it’s not a certification. The course we teach provides you with a certificate of completion but that only holds weight with people who are familiar with the course or me (which is a large segment of the cosmetic industry). Other programs have “certificates” or “diplomas” but they don’t really mean much beyond being proof that you took a course. Certification is just not an important thing for cosmetic formulators.

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