Accredited CPD course with the Federation of Holistic Therapists and the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists.
Learn how to make your own perfume, using all natural ingredients.
The Art of Perfume Making
What is perfumery? What are perfume oils and flower waters and how are they made? What do perfumes do for us mentally, emotionally and physically, and how do we know this traditionally and scientifically.
Flirt with the secret art of perfume making using a selection of top, heart and base notes on this fun e course where you'll learn how to make your own signature scent.
Learn how to make your own signature scent, luxurious scented room sprays and other scented products. Relax in a hot bath exquisitely scented with your favourite essential oils and seasoned with lavish ingredients to pamper and soothe you.
E course content:
This also gives the Aromatherapist the chance to work with essential oils such as Mimosa absolute, Gardenia or lotus absolute etc that he/she does not normally get the opportunity to work with.
Included in the e course: 2 ml each of Exotic essential oil absolutes: Mimosa 50% in Jojoba, White Lotus 50% in Jojoba, Frangipani, Linden Blossom, cardamon and Gardenia.
Essential oils - 5ml each of Bergamot, Sweet Orange, Petitgrain, Patchouli, Lavender, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger and Rosewood, 10% oakmoss.
Carrier oils - 50ml Jojoba and 50ml Fractionated coconut oil.
10 x 10ml roll on glass bottles with silver cap, 10 x smelling strips, instructions to make perfume, e mail guidance and certificate upon completion.
Please note the main cost of this e course is in the ingredients included, see above.
Content of the courses:
The contents of the cosmetic making courses are clear and aimed at immediate practice, thus, they contain a theoretical base, which allows students to put into practice the knowledge acquired.
Women and men with or without previous knowledge in cosmetology, presented in a practical way, clear, simple and complete.
Students will be accompanied by Jan herself throughout the learning process. Students will be able to ask questions and verify the formulas they create by e-mail.
At the end of each course, the tutor will suggest some practical studies (final evaluation) to apply the knowledge learned during the training.
Once this has been completed, the candidate will receive a certificate that accredits the accomplishment of the course, which will then be sent by email.
The course is designed to last 4 weeks. However, students may spend more or less time to complete the course depending on their available time.
Enrollment will remain valid for a period of one year from the start of the course.