Natural & Organic Anti-Aging & Sunscreen Products
Only 7 spots remaing. Sign up today! Anti-aging skincare and sunscreen products in the U.S. is one of the fastest growing cosmetic segments. Women and men both want to preserve their youth - and natural skincare ingredients in anti-aging products are just as important. Cosmetic formulator Marla Bosworth brings this class to you with effective ingredients in organic and natural products that have been tested and raved by her own customers and students for years. From fading dark spots to lifting sagging skin, the products that we are going to make are amazing. Save yourself money and time by skipping formulator fees in addition to costly mistakes trying to create these type of products on your own. You may sell these formulas in your line, reformulate and tweak it, or produce the products simply for personal use or for gift-giving. This class is structured and taught by Marla for beginner to experienced students who are interested in formulating anti-aging skincare products. It is designed for salon owners, spa owners, bath and body company entrepreneurs as well as individuals who want to make their own products. Whether you're tired of spending money on anti-aging products and ready to formulate your own - or formulate your own to sell - you'll love this class. If you have an existing bath and body business, you'll love how these products boast great markups. You can cross-sell these with the rest of your line to your customers. We will discuss how to make product for various skin types such as oily, dry and/or combination. With so many products on the market these days it’s challenging to know what ingredients work to reverse aging on our delicate facial skin. It also costs hundreds of dollars to purchase effective skin-lightening, toning and anti-wrinkle products. Save yourself from unwanted ingredients on your skin and put your money toward these natural raw materials which will rejuvenate all skin types. According to market research firm Research and Markets, the face cream segment held the largest market share in the skin care market globally and is expected to remain market leader throughout the forecast period. The face cream segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.8 percent between 2015 and 2021. The anti-aging cream segment held the largest market share in the face cream segment. The anti-aging cream segment is expected to reach US $36.11 billion by 2021. The sun protection cream segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment, growing at a whopping CAGR of 5.1 percent between 2015 and 2021. In this full-day class in New York City, students will work with natural ingredients, herbs and essential oils to create products for various skin types. We will discuss common skincare problems and how to re-balance the skin. Students will also learn labeling requirements of cosmetics, and legalese of making claims on their product packaging. In this class students will create and take the following products: - Eye Cream Treatment - Gentle Exfoliator - Facial Cleanser - Facial Serum - Balancing Toner - Natural Sunscreen This class is open to beginner through advanced. Students will receive a class binder full of handouts that includes instructions, formulations and a valuable list of suppliers.
Marla Bosworth is the CEO and President of Back Porch Soap Company. She is a soap and cosmetic formulator who teaches natural skincare workshops throughout the U.S. Marla has been making soap, blending essential oils and natural perfumes as well as formulating cosmetics for 20 years. Marla has more than 30 years of expertise in Retail Sales, Business Development, Strategic Planning, Market Research, Product Development and Marketing She teaches business and cosmetic formulation classes near her home in Boulder, CO, New York City as well as through online seminars and webinars. She has been a guest lecturer at Wellesley College (Wellesley, MA) and the New York Botanical Garden. She also teaches entrepreneurial and beauty startup workshops as well as seminars on how to create natural skincare products at various venues and events. She is a published author, having written several self-published books as well as articles for The Saponifier Magazine. In addition, she has been a guest speaker at the Handcrafted Soapmakers Guild Conference in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. You can find her workshops throughout the United States. www.backporchsoap.com Facebook.com/backporchsoap Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram: @MarLaBosworth
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