Thanks Perry. The video was really helpful. Now I know there’s no such thing as chemical free cosmetics.
I’m really looking forward to taking your courses.
Thanks Perry. Very useful video.
Very interesting as I was just about to contact COSMOS for a standard for my products, so now maybe I will make my own.
Thank you perry. This was another new video for me providing me with lot of good info.
It’s very interesting. I am working with natural hair tonic using essential oils. Do you have any suggestions on where can I get good quality of the EOs
Thanks again for a wonderful informative video. Totally appreciate that you take the time out to share with and enlighten us. Many thanks.
Terrific! Another great video. This was really helpful!
Thank you for another video with great information and tips! So appreciate it, and all the info you make available!
Is the 9 week course literally 9 weeks or can be performed at each own pace
The course is to be done at your own pace. Most people take more than 9 weeks to complete.
I’m a third year chemistry undergraduate student. I’m considering about working in cosmetic field after I graduate. I wanna learn some basic and comprehensive facts about cosmetic business and technology. Does your online cosmetic formulation course also talk about some business-related facts of cosmetics? Not only the formulation knowledges.
When will the online course restart in 2016?
How much does the material cost? I mean the textbook. Cuz I know there is a bonus on Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry, but I wanna know the exact price of the textbook with 40% discount.
Thank you so much.
Yes, we do cover both formulation and the cosmetic industry.
You can join the online course now.
There is no textbook required. The BCC course is recommended reading but not required.
Upon completion of this course if I sign up and pass, what type of certification will be gained and how would it benifit me in developing cosmetics certified for retail. What other doors can it open for me?
You get a certificate of completion & you learn how to make natural cosmetic products. As far as doors opened, you will be more knowledgable when going to look for a job plus you connect with me and all the people in the course.
I really enjoyed your lecture on the Video- I work for cosmetic company as compounder- now I have been moved to work on the Product formulas. I’m looking forward into taking the course. Please let me know which one should I take ( natural or the other). Thanks a lot
You would probably benefit most from this course. http://chemistscorner.com/members
I am going to sign up for the class but don’t see the dates. Please verify so I catch a spot before it is full. Thank you!
Hello Sharron – the course will reopening in November
Hi Perry – Can you tell me when this course will be available again and if your other Cosmetics Formulating Course would be require before this one? I look forward to your response.
Hello Sharron – We are likely re-opening this course in November
Do your lessons explain in depth the chemistry of formulating? Would this be more for someone trying to make a career as a formulator or for people wanting to start their own personal care product line?
This course is more geared towards people with science backgrounds who want to learn to formulate and for people who want to have a background of what is in their products for when they market their own product line. People who would get less benefit would be people who want to make products in their kitchen for personal use or to give away to friends.
I wanna start this class, how I can do that?!
You can sign up on the following link. http://chemistscorner.com/natural-cosmetics/
I would like to formulate my own natural cosmetics
Taking our course would be a good start.
Good video. The green washing really got me thinking.
Hi I have just started a Natural Skin care line product, and your video have been a great Help, Can you also talk about labeling and what come under cosmetics and what come under drugs when mentioned on labels.
I am interested in finding out what path to take with my interest with organic cosmetics. I currently go to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and have been working on a pre-business major but I’m not sure where else to go from there. I would appreciate your advice on this (:
I’m not sure what you are looking to do. Are you interested in starting your own line? Formulating products for a living?
You are awesome. I agree with your suggestion of creating my own “natural standard”. I vow to use the most environmentally friendly, organic and highest quality ingredients possible in my products, however when doing so, I am relying on the integrity of other people. I use beeswax for example. How can anyone certify that beeswax is 100 percent organic? There are also “organic” cigarettes, so as far as I’m concerned a great deal of this verbiage is not objective in the least.
I love your videos.
Cheers, thanks for the video, and I will tune in for the next. I’m starting to learn to make skin care as a hobby with natural chemicals first because of their accessibility. I may try to sell a just a bit to try to get cash back to put back into refining the product, I didn’t expect a bunch of flower oil to get pricey so fast. This information has already given me some perspective.
I am interested in your course.
I am in the middle of another project and woudn’t be able to sit this one. Can you tell me what your next dates are?
We’ll probably do it again in July or August.
Really enlightening video Perry. As someone who is private labelling all natural skin and body care products containing emu oil plus botanicals, this was really helpful from a marketing perspective. I have ideas for some brand extensions down the road. How do I go about connecting with a formulator to develop them? (I’m not a chemist.)
thanks, it was very informative.
thanks great info and speech
Thank you, I do enjoy your podcasts. I am looking forward to joining one of your natural formulation courses, though will not have the time for the next few months. Please keep going with them and I *will* be there as soon as I can. Your method of teaching is excellent.
HOW MUCH IS THE TOTAL COST OF THE COURSE ? WILL THE LOTIONS BE LEGAL TO SELL IN THE USA AS ORGANIC?-IF I USE ORGANIC INGREDIENTS WILL I BE ABLE TO CALL THE PRODUCT “ORGANIC” ON THE RETAIL LEVEL TO THE PUBLIC?
You can find more information about the course here. Yes, if you use organic ingredients you can call the product organic at the retail level.
How do we sign up for the natural course.
Hello Casey – You can sign up here.
This video was very helpful
1. Is this a online course?
2. Any exam, test or homework?
3. How long does it take to finish this course?
Thanks for the questions!
1. Yes, it is an online course.
2. Yes, there are quizzes to be done at the end of each module
3. The course will take 12 weeks to finish.
I like what you are doing .Am in the process of collecting funds now! Thanks again!
Would like to view the natural cosmetic formulations.
Those will be part of the course.
This programme should be carried on around all nations especially in Ghana
The program will be online to start so anyone with Internet access can take it.
Hello Perry, just wondering if you are planning to include an anhydrous formulations section in your new course, seems like a natural way to go
Yes, we will include anhydrous formulations in the course.
Appreciate the information. Glad someone is finally talking about what is natural. So much wrong information out there.
Thank for making these videos. Much appreciated!
Please make sure that you include:
– shampoo and conditioners
– Silicone replacement
– using essential oils for aroma and skin and hair benefits
– successful emulsification
– shelf life
I’ll be sure to include all of that.
Such good information. I like that you emphasize critical thinking. And thinking for yourself.
i like to learn more knowledge about cosmetics , so, i want to join to this natural cosmetics formulating course , thanks for teaching , i like mr perry teaching , god bless hin and give hm more more knowledge ,
Awesome tips Perry ! Thank you !
Looking forward to it, Perry!!
I also came across a few handcrafted skincare brands that are quite popular and expensive. They claim to use either “multifaceted botanical” preservation systems or “a combination of an organic whole plant citrus peel blend, and an untraceable amount of potassium sorbate.” The shelf life of the products are a year. What’s your take on this? Is this kinda preservation really possible? If so, will your course touch on it?
When will this course be available? Also, can you let us know what the modules are so I get an idea of what will be covered? I saw you mentioned a significant discount for people that have taken the PCF and I’m thinking about taking that course as well…are you able to let us know what the discount will be? Thanks!
Hello Veronica – Thanks for your questions. All these will be answered in the next video this week. The course will begin on Feb 17 but we’ll be taking pre-orders this week. I’ll also let you know what the discount is for taking both courses.
I suggest you put all the videos linked to
youtube so that we can download for our review.
Thanks – good idea
Great information! Especially for our “chemical free” world 🙂
Thank you for doing these videos, Perry! I can hardly wait to watch them all. I try to constantly educate myself and I really appreciate your expertise! 🙂
There’s another one coming soon
Perry, this video was a great introduction to making natural products. I loved it! Keep up the good work, and thanks for making the videos, they’re really helpful and informative.
just wanted to clarify which natural melatonin product you mentioned that contains a virus?
That refers to melatonin derived from animal tissue. “The use of melatonin derived from animal pineal tissue may carry the risk of contamination or the means of transmitting viral material. The synthetic form of this medication does not carry this risk.”
I am just starting up a buisness in handmade beauty cosmetics and am doing my buisness plan right now.
Your 2 videos have been really helpful ,and have given me a lot of clarity as to what natural means, and really useful stuff to know when branding the product.
Thanks so much.
Great introduction. I’m wondering if “biodegradable” is a good place to start in defining my own “natural”. Thanks.
Yes, that’s a great place to start.
Can you send me some info on future courses?
Thanks Perry for video. Not using preservatives and stabilizers seems unrealistic for a large scale product line. I’ve considered using a ‘born on’ labeling, similar to food perishables. Do you think the public is ready for that concept in skin care?
Yes if you want to actually sell your products, using a preservative will be necessary. I don’t think the public is quite ready for cosmetics you have to refrigerate and dispose after a few weeks. But maybe…
Very useful! I agree that companies will have to be more accountable for their claims in the future and believe that customers will increasingly be asking themselves these very questions. Thank you for creating these videos.
Yes, if customers start getting more savvy greenwashing won’t be nearly as effective.
How to get more information about upcoming classes?
We’ll be sending more information next week.
I’m trying to watch video 1 and 2, can I find that on your site. It won’t load from this one which is video 3.
Hello Karen – sorry for the confusion. This is video 1. Click on video 2 to see that video. Video 3 isn’t released yet.
Hi Perry! I reacently finished school this winter, and I would to develop my skills In a big company such as Loreal, PG or so. What will be the steps to achieve this? Is there some way I could enter as a intern?
Hello Valeria – I’d suggest you search our site for career advice. There is a whole section on Chemists Corner discussing careers.
I would like to buy a book that content a Starting Formulas for the Natural Cosmetic Formulations. Any idea from where I can buy?
We’ll be covering formulations for natural cosmetics in our upcoming course. I’m not sure if there is a book of starting formulas.
Thanks for the great video again. I love the way you explained what ” natural” means. I have ppl who ask for a “natural cosmetic product” thinking it’s better for you. I often try to say when you see word ” natural” , the word is often used as a advertising gimmick and doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe or better for you. Can’t wait for the next video. Thanks. Monika
Yes, people love the term ‘natural’ and ‘organic’ but don’t realize it doesn’t mean much.
Which products in a cosmetic line have the highest retail sales potential for someone starting their own natural cosmetic brand? What are the preferred marketing approaches for the “little guy” to follow to start selling products?
Skin care products probably have the most potential for a little guy. Be sure to get our free report on starting a cosmetic line if you don’t already have it.
Thanks for the new course video, I’ll certainly be enrolling. If I can provide a couple tips on videos going forward, don’t have the blurred side shot as others have mentioned it’s distracting and have better lighting but looking forward to all the informative content you share. 😉 Kind regards,
Thanks for the tips Lisa! I changed things up in the second video which will publish today. I still need to improve my lighting though.
Hey Perry, I’m very interested in taking this course. I just hope the formulations will be as easy as recipes for baking a cake…LOL! I am not a chemist nor do I have a chemistry background so I am hoping that the formulations will not be complicated.
I hope there will be payment plans for this course. Thanks in advance and looking forward to getting more information on this and other courses that you are offering soon.
Hello Latisha – We’ll see about including a payment plan option.
You’re a great teacher. I’m an entrepreneur (working with a chemist) developing a natural and (some percentage) organic product. It’s extremely helpful how you’ve tied in tips about the customer and marketing in addition to the chemistry piece in your videos and you do it in a manner that is easily understood. Even though I’m not a chemist, I do want to understand and learn more about cosmetic formulations in relation to my product as I believe that will help me better build my business/brand.
Thanks Julie! We’re trying to make the course understandable by even people who don’t necessarily have a chemistry background.
Great information. Looking forward to more.
This was really great and helped me to clarify what natural means to me and my prospective clients. Really informative in such a short video. Thanks!
Excellent advice! These are issues I’ve been struggling with. When is your formulation class starting?
We’ll be taking pre-orders next week and the class will open up mid-February.
LOVE the information you’re sharing! I’m looking forward to taking your naturals course. Is it offered one time only or can I access it at anytime?
Hello Charmaine – This will be the kind of class that you can take at your own pace and whenever you can make the time. We will close up the course when it is filled with students but once you’re registered you’ll have access for as long as you like.
leaning about nature cosmetic formulation
I am impressed by what you say and also your profile showing your experience. What I would like to know is whether you will touch on how to formulate a cosmetic product like lotions from scratch, the effects of adding more oils, etc.
Yes, we will be covering the formulation of lotions.
Thankyou for sharing a important information regarding natural cosmetics .people have misconception about natural and synthetics products. Hope to see more informative videos next time
An interesting discussion! Love it.
Thank you Perry, I found this session to be very interesting and Point sensible. I agree with everything you say about standards etc.
The only thing I would change is that for future videos, do not have the side-shots. If it was done to convey a message, I missed it.
Also, your hair looked fine, no matter what people may say ;).
Thank you! The video was really informative. I’m looking forward to take this course. Will the course cover shelf life of a natural product and natural preservatives?
Thank you for this short but informative video. I am interested in creating my own natural/organic skin care for my business. So far I bought base skin care products from a couple companies to try out and just do the filling. I need more information before
I can go out there. Thank you again. I look forward to your next videos.
Thanks Juliet! It sounds like you have taken a good step to see what the competition is doing. This is the best way to begin to build your own cosmetic products. You need to be as good as the competition.
Thanks for the video. I’m looking forward to the next one.
Very informative on concept of natural and clear on how this concept is being used/defined in the industry.
Hi Perry … Enjoyed the presentation. I have been following these principles for about five years in designing various skin care lines. If you go to the Stemology web site you will find an Ethics Statement which I wrote for the product line. In there I give a definition of natural as well as talk about other ethical positions the Stemology products seek to abide by. Regards, Dr. Hal H. Simeroth
That’s great to hear. I hope it has been working for you. An ethics statement is an excellent idea.
I find this a highly interesting prospect. Perry could you please include natural skin-toning formulations in the the course?
We’ll try to incorporate that into our instruction. At the moment we weren’t planning to cover that.
Do you cover skin lightening with natural ingredients?
It’s a big market here in India.
One more area which I am working on is acne, skin lightening and sun protection. Do you cover these too??
I wish you have a private Facebook group for this course attendees.
We’ve had a few people ask about this so I think we will include at least a small segment on skin lightening natural alternatives.
Enjoyed very much! Thanks for all the time and effort you put into these!!
I very much enjoyed the first video – i found the content incredibly informative (this from a novice formulator.) If i had to suggest a minor change it would not be in content but in delivery. In the video where there is a segue between when you are talking and the slide text, the blurred transition is too long, making it a bit distracting. Perhaps shortening that segue or eliminating it all together may be a consideration. Regardless, I’m very much looking forward to the next video.
Thanks for the tips Vivian. I’m more of a chemist than a video editor but I’ll try to improve on the next one.
Hi there- I’m an aesthetician who has been blending my own products for years. Was planning on getting a Masters in Cosmetic Chem and realized that with my major I’d have to spend a few years acquiring the pre-requisites… sounds like this class and several others might teach everything I need.
Definitely eager to get the books that you mention. Thanks!
Hello Hillie – Starting with out Practical Cosmetic Formulating course might be the way to go.
Hello Mr. Romanowski, I am interested in taking your course because, I am a chemistry major and have had a goal of creating a hand cream line for sometime now. What I would like to know is if you will be covering creating fragrance formulas or what are the best floral or herbal notes to add to body care products. Also, do you have an idea how much the course will cost? Thank you, for your time. Opal.
Hello Opal – The course will cover skin care, hair care and some color cosmetics. We will not be focusing on creating fragrances. However, we do cover that in our other formulating course which you might interested in.
Perry it is very clear that you know the industry you are talking about! I really would like to pre-order the course, how can I do this? I am new on your website!
Hello – We’ll have pre-order information at the end of this week.
Hi there , I’ used to work for p&g some yrs ago in the UK before our plant shut down and tranfered to Ireland , my husband and I then transferedvto Brussels in contract operations , I’ve always been interested in formulating my own cosmetic range and would love to know how to do this properly in a more natural way x this video of yours was a very helpful pointer please can u send me other videos you have done
Thanks! The new course will help you do this. However, you would be able to benefit from our Practical Cosmetic Formulating course too.
PLEASE ADVISE ABOUT NAIL POLISH AND VANISH COMPONENTS
I’m not sure the course will cover these topics but our Practical Cosmetic Formulating course does.
Thank you very much for your very exciting video. I learned a lot from your nice video. I should be grateful if you send me some more information about cosmetic formulations.
I look forward to hearing from you.
We’ll be sending more information shortly.
Interested. Want to know types of natural cosmetics that will be included in the course.
We’ll be focused on ingredients but will include hair care, skin care and color cosmetics.
I would like to buy your books. How can I get them ?
You can find all my books on Amazon.
Cant wait to start. Thank you
its so great , thanks a lot dear perry.
Thanks for your innovative video. This is very useful guideline from your side. This information is useful to start a new natural cosmetic product? can your share me what formulas and how to start own product in my own business. Please send me your guideline. Thanks.
We will be sharing formulations in the course.
Please email us the cost of the training and the outline of topics that will be covered. We are a company in the Philippines manufacturing natural products and would like to learn more from you. Thanks.
We’ll have more information about the course in the coming days.
I am interested.looking forward to mail
I Was A brand new owner Care Products , I live in the province of East Java Indonesia precisely . Here customers most want to be able to have white skin , healthy and elastic , most of them now want to use products that are safe and natural . after getting information from you I ‘d love to be able to participate in activities that you held . but i want to know whether the formulas that you will be able to teach me also make reference to my care products where nearly 100 % of my customers are asian people who have a desire to have white skin, healthy and elastic on the face and their BODY . information from you will be able to be input that means to me , thank you .
I will try to include options for skin lightening in the course.
thanks perry, it’s very clear
Very useful Info.Thank you
Perry, you always deliver information with very good substance.
I love your page
Very interesting. Being a chemist I always laugh when somebody tells me “chemicals free “. Waiting for price…
Looking forward to doing this course. How many modules will it consist of?
We’ll have more information but there will be 5 or 6 modules.
We’ll have more information about the course details in the next couple of days.
I am interested soooo interested in the natural cosmetic formulation course. Looking forward to the email. Cheers Gillian
I am very exciting by the short video, I am working for a organic cosmetic brand PHYT’S, we have so many arrgue ment for natural ingredients, I want to know more about that to answer the China markte in the right way. I am ready waiting for you .Thank you very much.
We’ll be sure to address that in the course.
Hi thank you for sharing this. I’m really interested, but what would be the cost? I’m trying to launch my website selling bath & body products, and really want to be successful.
we’ll announce the pricing shortly but it will be similar to our cosmetic formulating course.
I learned alot from this video, and I look forward to learning more about this subject. I have been thinking about doing this kind of work when I retire and want to set the groundwork BEFORE it retire! Thanks. Please advise of what the course cost is.
Hello Joanetta – Thanks! We’ll be sending more information about the class in the coming days.
Thank you for clearing up that there is no “federal” regulations on “natural” products. We get the question once in a while if our products are natural, and we tell them “no, but we do have some natural ingredients in them, but also chemicals that make up our formulations”. I have signed up for your on line chemistry class, but find what I’m really interested in is in only the portions of ingredients for hair care….and formulating hair care. Please keep up the videos as I find them very helpful, and I think I will jump around to different chapters in your on line course to fit what I’m trying to learn more about. Thanks again, Diana
After going through the first course there is no way I am going to miss the natural course.
We love and appreciate the effort you put in to creating this Video and to teach us . We would like to know what is the difference between ” Natural” and “Organic ” product. Do you have any information video and course about organic ?
Hello Diana – We will be covering that in more detail in the course.
Love the idea of creating our own natural standard – I generally follow Ecocert, but I think looking at it in more detail myself would be valuable.
We’ll cover that in the course!
Hi Perry, this is a very informative video which gives a clear vision to think about word Natural. When I formulated my products, I had decided to use ingredients that are plant derived and derived by minimal processing. Also I made it sure that the ingredients are simple, commonly used ones so that people will know what are they putting on their skin, and what benefit will they get by using them. Big, long chemical names scare consumers as their origin, purpose, use and effect is unknown to them. I also worked to formulate with minimum ingredients. I had workshops in Adelaide and Melbourne in which I explained and demonstrated how to formulate and make a lotion and a cream. Many people are interested in making their own products and they must be waiting to learn from expert like you.
Thanks for the information Kalindi. The definition for natural that we are going to suggest follows very much in line with what you were suggesting.
Can I do this course later in the year? My focus is shifted at the moment but I would like to have this knowledge.
Thank you for the great work.
Yes. This course will be done at your own pace. I would suggest you register in the pre-order phase because that will be the best price. We will be increasing the price in the future. Once you sign up you will be able to take the course whenever you are ready.
Very interesting intro!
It’s really hard to wait until you sent me a detail about the course.
In the new course…
I’d like to have more video clips like “In the Cosmetic Labs” in the module 1 of PCF course.
I was able to visualize whole procedure with it.
Also I’d like to ask you to cover more natural emulsifiers and preservatives as well as the source of ingredient suppliers.
And it will be great if this class includes practical testing either by myself or by a company.
Am I asking too much? 🙂
Great suggestions! I’ll try to get more in-lab videos for this course. I’m not sure about the practical testing in your lab but I’ll try to think of something.
I would like to create a great natural hard waxing no strip product to help with ingrown hair and bumps for all hair types. Next I would like to create a product to elemanate skin tags on all skin types.
Thanks for the suggestions.
I’d love to take this!
Hi, Wondering if you’ll be offering a payment plan for the new classes or what will the total fee’s be? I want to start making my own line of products and would love to take this course. Thanks!
We’ll have more information coming soon. There may be a payment plan for people who pre-order the course.
Omg! Perry! Im so excited for this! this is why I took the 1st course in the first place. Thank you so much for creating this additional course! Im definitely taking this course too. 🙂
Great! We’ll be offering a discount to people who took the previous course.
I am interested in creating an organic lipstick line.
Is this new course much different that the one I took already?
Yes. In this one we’ll be focused more on natural ingredients for formulations. It will be a perfect addition to the class you just took.
We make a ‘natural’ lotion with coconut base, I am very interested in the natural formulating class.
We’ll be covering formulating natural lotions.
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Excellent way of beginning!! I clarified the meaning of natural and I thank you for it. I would be interested to know that chemical are safer for the skin. I can’t wait! Thanks again
Great work you are doing aGood job. My question is about formulation of shaving cream.Will cover it.
Since you asked, I’ll be sure to include something about shaving cream.
Thank you, this was great information!
Thank you for providing this course, Perry! I am looking forward to it!
Very informative already, I am one of those who is looking to create a small product line making natural formulations for natural hair and skin care.
Setting my own natural standards has already raised my eyebrow.
As a formulator from London England, will you be covering topics such as legislation for testing and labeling? as I understand that these differ depending on where you live and where you want to sell your products.
Is there a possibility that you will you also cover the pros and cons of producing all oil and butter based products, the uses/benefits of botanical in products and the best type of packaging to support shelf-life.
This might be a lot to ask, but I might as well ask. Lol
We cover a lot of that information in our previous course Practical Cosmetic Formulating. But students will be able to ask questions in this course so if there is something we don’t cover directly you’ll be able to ask and get an answer.
Good as a basic informations
Waiting for more and deep information’s
i find this very interesting .
Im a Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Science graduate interested in starting my own line of Natural Hair and skin care products. I was interested in doing the practical cosmetics formulation course, will this course be any different?
Thanks a lot and keep up your good work!
This course is being created as an add-on to the practical cosmetic formulating course (http://chemistscorner.com/members). You will benefit the most from the naturals course if you take the PCF course first. That one covers all the basics that you need to know about formulating. If you take both courses there will be a significant discount offered.
I’m very grateful for this video and all of the videos you have created that is related to cosmetic formulating. However, I have taken two of your online courses, complete cosmetic chemist and practical cosmetic formulating, it is good to know that a discount will be granted to your students who have taken the PCF course. Also, you have proven that you are very well rounded and your years of experience in all aspects of cosmetic chemistry has made you true educator and leader in the industry. I’m looking forward to taken your natural cosmetics course.
I got the info very informative. I am as you mentioned about the difference between GMO /Non GMO. Want to know more of it. And with the Essential oils That are completely non adulterated. So as for the chemicals you are talking about on what you said. With the water added to the products. I have achieve collecting DIY recipes that are somewhat trusted by known makers. Would that be a wise choice to create other elements to create something as a base guideline? I want to listen to the next info on the Video. I also have another email that is going to be my main cleaner page. Is email@example.com switching over. This email is going to be no longer used. Cleaning up to much garbage on this one. Need useful resources only. This syncs with my Android. can get you anytime. Thank you for the info again.
Thanks! I would suggest you sign up with that email to our free natural product guide to be sure that you get more information about this course. You can do that here.
Excellent Perry! Thank you for sharing
I am so excited about this course
Yes, you do put a great deal of effort into your presentations and I commend you for that, this info. session on natural raw materials opened my eyes! Thanks again.
Thanks for the kind words
I found this video most interesting and would like to find out more. Look forward to hearing you again.
Excellent information. I am currently taking your Formulating Cosmetics Course but I create “natural” products so this added information is fantastic. I am very interested about this new course. Keep me posted.
I’ll send you more information later in the week.
I am having problems viewing Video. I keep getting an error message that says “file has invalid structure null”. Do you know what I can do to view this video?
I’m sorry about that. Perhaps you could try a different browser? I use Chrome but I know Firefox also works. Let me know if you continue to have problems.
I’m looking forward to your new material. I have been experimenting with developing new lotions and potions with some rarely used oils and would appreciate your insights.
Part of the course will include question and answer sessions.
Well sir I myself is cosmetic maker I can create shampoos,eyliner,maskaras,nail polish lacquer,make up foundation oil base and water base,rose water and many more items.you might be thinking if I know all these thing then y I watched your video and in touch with you.The reason is that as u and I know these all thing cant be made without chemical the chemical used are familiar with skin and not very harmful. But I realy want to knw can u make all these thing in organic form…I mean in herbal formand I belive the thing made by natural thing are organic
Hello amit – hopefully we’ll cover this information adequately enough for you in our upcoming course.
I am in the process of creating my new company
Mellisa B Naturally
Skin are company
Thank you this was very informative
Great! We’re going to have information about the marketing of natural cosmetics so you should find the course helpful.
we r intrested of this course kindly tell me in detail. what will be fees.
We’ll be sharing this information later this week.
Thanks for this video. Looking forward to learning from the series.
intersted in making natural products that smell nice
We will be covering that.
I´m at the same point as Laura Mackie, I purchased the formulation course and i will definitely buy this one because I´m very interested in natural cosmetic formulations.I understand that the first one is the basis for better understanding but I hope you can provide a good discount for us.
There will be a substantial discount for people who have already taken the Practical Cosmetic Formulating course. I’ll let you know in a follow-up email.
Interested in the discount for this class
Well have more information about the course later this week.
I’d like details on preordering the natural cosmetics formulation course.
We’ll be sharing more information about the course later this week.
Excellent Perry! Thank you for sharing.
I am also have a vision to make or create the natural products. ‘Natural’ here I mean the products that meet customers need- safe pharmacologically. However as my consideration is about the price and stability of the products.
As so far I confidence that I am succeed in shampoo formulation but not published yet.
Thank you for your attention.
You are right, formulas whether natural or standard need to be pharmacologically safe.
Hi, It was very well for me because I want to know every thing about natural cosmetics formula so if you have any other video about natural cosmetics formula I will happy to see .
Hello Javad – I’ll be sending a couple more videos in a few days.
Thank you for all the information you have provided to us. Recently I have been reading the Ecocert and COSMOS Standards. The Executive Director from the company in which I work, is looking forward to getting a certification for our products, so I am researching about that subject.
I am very interested in this course, but my decision depends pretty much on the investment cost (so sad)
Greetings from Colombia
Hopefully, it will be in a reasonable range for you. We’ll be announcing the special pre-order pricing shortly but the after-launch price will be in the same ball park as our original course http://chemistscorner.com/members
For years I tried to educate people/customers when it comes to terminology. Perhaps instead of chemical free it should be “harmful chemicals free”. Another natural lingua (when it comes to natural oils) is the 100% pure. People interpret purity as naturalness. Technically, purity means pure oil with no contaminants and non-oil substances and that includes refined oil as it is purified already. Another term is organic which people equate to a higher quality than the non-certified organic. They also think that it more natural. The reality is, maybe, but not all the time.
Excellent points! In the course we are going to focus on helping chemists understand what they mean with these terms.
I would like more information on this course also the price
We’ll be sharing more information about the course in future videos.
Thank you for the heads up on the forthcoming class. I’m interested in it.
I guess the course will cover the 9 modules as stated in Chemist Corner, yes?
Please keep me posted.
I’ll post more details about the course but there will be a few less modules in this course, 5 or 6. The focus will be more on the ingredients and marketing of natural formulas. The Practical Cosmetic Formulating course (http://chemistscorner.com/members) covered things like product development, testing and other areas of formulating that we won’t get to cover in this course. The two courses are really meant to be taken together.
I have products that most people like. Will you talk about how to market a product on a larger scale than farmers markets?
Hello John – yes, one of the modules in this course will focus on natural product marketing.
Thanks for the interesting take, Perry!
I have to agree–from the miscommunications that are possible with clients, it definitely makes sense to define what an organization or formulator’s “natural” standard is! I look forward to this course. Could you please send an idea of the tuition so that I may consider it?
It will be in the same range as our other course. http://chemistscorner.com/members
I bought you course beginning cosmetic quimist and love it .
My goal is to be able to produce my products in the house. Right know I’d been using a private label manufacturing to do so. How can you help me with that.
In the course we will cover lab equipment needed. However, if you haven’t already taken it the Practical Cosmetic Formulating course could help you with doing that. http://chemistscorner.com/members
As always you are an eye opener. I look forward to more videos and information. Great work. And thank you.
This is what I have been waiting for… something like this to get me started in the right direction.
Great! We aim to cover all the information about natural formulating that you’ll need.
Thanks Perry, Nice video and an interesting subject. As a formulator I am always battling this issue so look forward to more detail information and a class.
This seems to be a common problem for most formulators these days.
Thank you for the video, looking forward to other ones.
Like I stated in the email, I generally have an idea of what I put in my cream/lotion, I am looking to safely add shelf life and add a natural form of preservative, currently I am using a aspen bark extract and elderberry sourced, which will get me about 6 months. Anything with water is my challenge. I look forward to learn more and understand cosmetics with water have to be protected, my goal is to add as least as possible and as safe as possible to add to my oils, such as jojoba, shea, and add to that.
thank you again for the email
In the course we will be covering natural preservatives.
Well said and thank you for putting things in perspective.
The video was good Unfortunately, it froze @ 6 minutes in. Also, I am specifically interested in formulating lip balm, hot oil and shampoo. I am a licensed Cosmetologist & have been following you really need your help. Interested in the upcoming course. however are you affordable to help me implement? I look forward to your response. Thank you, Desi.
Sorry that it froze. We’re probably getting a lot of traffic right now. Try again later as it should work. We will be covering shampoos and lip balms in the course. I do have a formula for hot oil but I’m not sure if we’ll have time to cover that. I’ll try to include it.
In my country, the product with claim “natural” starting sell in the market. Almost them use natural ingredient for support their natural claim. Natural ingredient supported by natural or organic certified or renewable material/source
Interesting. Which country are you from?
Thanks so much for creating this great course, I’m really excited for it!! I purchased your cosmetic formulating class a while back and haven’t used it yet as I’ve been super busy but I didn’t want to miss the opportunity for the great info. I’m in the process of starting a small skincare company (I’ve started with skin oil/essential oil blends so I haven’t used any real chemistry yet) and personally don’t believe in using anything that has questionable safety, I don’t even like using emulsifying wax!, so I was planning on taking the info from the CF class and modifying it. I feel a little disappointed now that this new course is coming out, as it will most likely render the first course useless for me :-(. Will you be offering a discount for clients who have purchased your original course? Thanks so much for the info!
This course will be an addition to the first course. The first course is really crucial background information which teaches you how to formulate. You will need the information in the first course to better understand the information in this one. Not to worry, I’ll be offering a significant discount to people who purchased the original course.
Oh that’s wonderful, thank you for cleaning that up! I thought this was a totally separate course and you only needed one or the other depending on your preferences. Thanks so much!!
Great video! I always learn a quite a bit from watching/reading your materials. I actually have quite a few ideas for cosmetic formulations, but I wonder if clinical testing should be done first before introducing something to the market.
Thanks! This depends on what you mean by clinical testing. You should do stability testing and also performance testing before introducing something to the market. Whether you need to do clinical testing depends on your claims.
A special thanks Perry, for all the good information. As I am learning about formulations in skincare, most all being botanical based, I am eager to learn more concerning correct percentages of ingredients that work well together. Will so look forward to more information. Have a great day filled with many blessings.
Thanks! We’ll definitely be covering botanicals and the levels to use in the course.
This looks interesting, you got my attention. I am chemist myself, is this course targeted to people with education in chemistry or to the general population interested in formulating their own cosmetics?
A chemistry degree will not be required to take this course but it helps. For anyone who has taken our practical cosmetic formulating course (http://chemistscorner.com/members) they will have the background for taking this course.
Interested. Please keep me on your email list. Thank you kindly.
Looks like this will be very interesting!
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