Facial Mask Formulation
Discover the importance of face masks and the benefits they can provide to you skincare. Start making your skincare products. Learn how to use organic herbs, oils and butter for you formulations.
Create your own skincare products using best natural and organics, oils and herb for noticeable results.
You will learn about high performing natural ingredients and gain confidence to choose the right ingredients for your products.
Learn the in-depth skills and techniques for deep facial cleansing and formulate your own natural and organic plant-based Face Masks.
You will be able to make your own spa-quality Face Masks for your skincare business.
Tired of buying pre-made products for your beauty business? Want to take charge of ingredients and formulations of the face masks you use on your clients? Perhaps you want to personalize the treatments offered in your business. Why not learn how to make custom face masks for your clients, using natural and organic ingredients, that will offer the same deep cleansing benefits without synthetic chemicals.
Discover the benefits of select natural ingredients; how and when to use them for optimal results, efficiency and economy. You will be equipped to indulge your clientele in spa-quality face masks, using a combination of fresh, dry, oil and water-based natural, organic ingredients.
The modules in this course are a more in-depth exploration of organic skincare ingredients and formulations. This makes the course ideal for:
Individuals looking to start a small skincare business;
Beauty salon or spa owners who want to enhance their clients’ experience with custom-made, fresh beauty treatments, or these provide products beyond their beauty parlours.
Existing natural skincare businesses aiming to improve or broaden the reach of their product ranges.
1. Introduction to Skincare:
Exploring skin structures, composition, types and how to care for your skin.
2. Dry Ingredients
Learn to use a variety of effective dry beauty ingredients including clays and activated powders. Use dried flowers like Rose Petals,
3. Oil-based Ingredients
Learn to use a variety of effective oil-based beauty ingredients including carrier oils, butters Cocoa, Shea and Mango, including coffee butter. Incorporate waxes like bees wax and jojoba oil.
4. Water-based Ingredients
Learn to use a variety of effective water-based beauty ingredients. Use decoctions, infusions, hydrolates and oils a base for your face masks.
5. Ingredients from Your Kitchen
Learn about effective beauty ingredients that can also be found on your veggie rack and in your fridge or kitchen cupboard.
6. High-performance ingredients
The use of preservatives to produce long-life ranges suitable for packaging and marketing.
Including other active, high-performing ingredients with cosmeceuticals in product formulations.
Expanding your product range.
7. Packaging and Presentation
Concise and clear branding ideas.
Designing packaging in keeping with your brand identity.
Appropriate packaging for products.
Packaging for maximum efficiency and minimal use of preservatives (eg. dry formulations)
8. Your Business Model and Marketing Blueprint
Structuring efficient operations, management and marketing processes.
9. Good Manufacturing Practice
Ensuring that your business practices are compliant with EU standards.