To enroll on the course, click the green "enroll now" button below. If you have previously enrolled on this course, login here: https://learncosmeticformulation.com/account/ (or click "Account") and then click on the tab "Courses". You can then click the blue text below to access the Course.
The course starts when you are ready to enroll and you can complete the Course at your own pace once the next Unit is released.
Once you have completed a Unit please press the green "Mark as completed" button at the bottom of the Unit. This must be done in order to be able to move onto and view the next Unit.
The first two lessons (Module 1 and Module 2 Unit 1) are available from when you enroll. Subsequent units (Module 2 Unit 2 onwards) are released every 7 days from when you started the course. If the Unit has been released/is accessible, but there is no text yet in the Unit, please check back in a week as we are still in the process of writing it.
Once you have read all the Units and completed all the quizzes, you can download a PDF certificate of completion. To do this, first make sure you have pressed the green button: "mark as completed" at the end of all of the Units. (On the page listing all Units, a green tick will appear on the right hand side of a Unit indicating that that particular Unit has been completed). When every single Unit and quiz has been completed, you will see a green "Download certificate" button at the bottom of every Unit which you can press to automatically generate a certificate of completion. If your name is not properly displayed on the certificate, you can change your name by going to: https://learncosmeticformulation.com/account/edit-account/
|Module 1||Welcome to the course|
|Unit 1||Welcome to the course|
|Module 2||Introduction to Cosmetics|
|Unit 1||What is a cosmetic?|
|Unit 2||What do cosmetics do for skin and hair?|
|Unit 3||Types of cosmetic ingredients|
|Unit 4||How do ingredients get their name?|
|Module 3||Introduction to Formulating|
|Unit 2||Ingredient & Packaging Suppliers|
|Unit 3||Formulas - How do they work? Part one|
|Unit 4||Formulas - How do they work? Part two|
|Unit 5||Formulas - How do they work? Part three|
|Module 4||Evaluating Formulas|
|Unit 1||Five ingredients|
|Unit 2||Five Fun Formulations|
|Unit 3||Troubleshooting grainyness and melting issues with anhydrous formulations|
|Unit 4||Shelf life and Stability|
|Module 5||How to spot a terrible recipe!|
|Unit 1||Part One|
|Unit 2||Part Two|