Formulating Colour Cosmetics

Formulating Colour Cosmetics

Throughout history, women have used colour cosmetics to enhance their natural beauty. Now more than ever, the ability to formulate a variety of colour cosmetics to suit the fast-changing trends of the fashion industry is an art form within science, and a particularly interesting challenge for the formulating chemist. Our Colour Cosmetics Specialist Module has been developed to provide the skills and knowledge to enable learners to confidently formulate a range of personal care products in response to this increased demand. For more information, visit: http://personalcarescience.com.au/colour-cosmetics/ or view our YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CPbzr-Q7PM

Institute of Personal Care Science

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Specialising in distance education, the Institute of Personal Care Science is an Internationally Recognised Training Organisation providing workshops, short courses and full Diplomas in Personal Care ...Specialising in distance education, the Institute of Personal Care Science is an Internationally Recognised Training Organisation providing workshops, short courses and full Diplomas in Personal Care Formulation, Regulatory Affairs and Brand Management covering basic, advanced, colour and organic products! With unrivalled support for learners, you can study at a time and place that suits you and get the skills and knowledge to take your cosmetics career to the next level. Learners get on-line lecture access, written and practical materials and 1-on-1 tutorial support and study program and can choose to study full or part time. With IPCS, we are as close to you as your computer! Contact IPCS: info@personalcarescience.com.au or visit: www.personalcarescience.com.au for more information!More

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