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Published 3/2024
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.36 GB | Duration: 4h 12m
From Formulation to Brand: Creating Your Own Cosmetics
What you'll learn
The fundamentals of cosmetic science and cosmetic formulation.
In-depth knowledge of skincare formulation, including ingredient analysis and product stability.
Safety assessments in the cosmetics industry.
The role of different ingredients in cosmetic products and their effects on the skin.
Techniques for developing effective and innovative cosmetic formulations.
Practical skills in formulating various cosmetic products, such as creams, and cleansers
My course is designed to be beginner-friendly, so there are no specific requirements or prerequisites.
Welcome to "The Art of Cosmetics" course, designed for anyone who wants to learn about cosmetic formulation and how to create a cosmetic business. Throughout this course, you'll gain valuable knowledge and practical skills in the world of cosmetics. Let's dive into the exciting modules and outcomes: Module One: We'll cover the fundamentals, including important terms in cosmetics, cosmetics tests, and cosmetics preparation. Module Two: Get ready to explore raw materials, from emollients to botanicals, and learn about their classifications and uses. Module Three: Discover the intricacies of skin anatomy, lip anatomy, and different skin types. Module Four: Dive into the world of emulsions, creams, gels, cleansers, and moisturizers, understanding interfacial phenomena. Module Five: Explore topics like hyperpigmentation, acne, and anti-aging, and learn about treatments and formulations. Module Six: Uncover the secrets of makeup, including types, coloring agents, lipstick formulation, eye makeup, and foundations. Module Seven: Understand stability tests, pH tests, and challenge tests to ensure product quality. Module Eight: Get insights into marketing trends, ingredient selection, and learn the instructor's secrets in writing formulas. By the end of this course, you'll achieve the following objectives: 1. Master the fundamentals of cosmetic science and formulation. 2. Gain in-depth knowledge of skincare formulation, ingredient analysis, and product stability. 3. Understand safety assessments in the cosmetics industry. 4. Learn the role of different ingredients and their effects on the skin. 5. Develop effective and innovative cosmetic formulations. 6. Acquire practical skills in formulating various cosmetic products. Don't miss this opportunity and enroll now
Section 1: Introduction to cosmetic science
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Cosmetics
Lecture 3 Cosmetics definitions
Lecture 4 Cosmeceuticals
Lecture 5 Cosmeceuticals definition
Lecture 6 Difference between cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
Lecture 7 Important terms in cosmetics
Lecture 8 Cosmetics tests
Lecture 9 Cosmetics preparation
Section 2: Raw materials
Lecture 10 Introduction to raw materials
Lecture 11 Raw material classifications
Lecture 12 Emollients
Lecture 13 Thickeners
Lecture 14 Preservatives
Lecture 15 Buffers
Lecture 16 Chelating agents
Lecture 17 Vitamins
Lecture 18 Botanicals
Lecture 19 Peptides
Lecture 20 Sunscreen Agents
Section 3: Anatomy
Lecture 21 Epidermis
Lecture 22 Dermis
Lecture 23 Lips Anatomy
Lecture 24 Skin types
Section 4: Cosmetic formulations
Lecture 25 Emulsion
Lecture 26 Creams
Lecture 27 Gels
Lecture 28 Skin cleansing
Lecture 29 Interfacial phenomena
Lecture 30 Skin cleansing types
Lecture 31 The technical qualities of skin cleansing agents
Lecture 32 Skin Cleansing characteristics
Lecture 33 Skin Cleansing ingredients, and how to write a formula
Lecture 34 Skin moisturizers
Lecture 35 Skin moisturizer types
Lecture 36 Technical qualities of skin moisturizers
Lecture 37 Skin moisturizers characteristics
Section 5: Skin disoders
Lecture 38 Hyperpigmentation
Lecture 39 Treatment of hyperpigmentation
Lecture 40 Acne
Lecture 41 Anti acne
Lecture 42 Aged skin
Lecture 43 Anti aging
Section 6: Makeup
Lecture 44 Makeup
Lecture 45 Makeup types
Lecture 46 Coloring agents
Lecture 47 Lipstick
Lecture 48 Lipstick formulations
Lecture 49 Eye makeup
Lecture 50 Foundation
Section 7: Tests
Lecture 51 Stability
Lecture 52 pH test
Lecture 53 Challenge test
Section 8: Manufacturing process
Lecture 54 Step one (Cosmetics marketing and trends)
Lecture 55 Step two (Selecting ingredients)
Lecture 56 Step three ( My secrets in writing the formula)
This course is perfect for anyone who is interested in the world of cosmetics and wants to learn more about cosmetic science and formulation.