Basic Cream Kit - with online tutorial

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Kit contains:
100g Vegetable Glycerine - Palm Free
100g MCT Oil (Capric/Caprylic Triglycerice)
50g Xanthan Gum
100ml Sweet Almond Oil
100ml Macadamia Oil
100ml Jojoba Oil
50g Stearic Acid
100g Olivem 1000
50g Geogard Ultra
25g Natural Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E) 700IU
50g Goji Berry Extract
50g Ginkgo Extract
50g Fig Extract
5 x 50ml Amber Jars

The ultimate way to get started with making your own creams, lotions and butters!

Each kit comes with exclusive access to online resources via The Institute of Personal Care Science (IPCS) - including online lectures and video tutorials with IPCS Founder and Director, Belinda Carli.

You will first learn the basics of emulsion chemistry then Belinda will guide you through making your own creams, lotions and butters. The kit includes enough ingredients to make up to 1.5kg of various products using basic equipment you will probably have in your kitchen.

Once you have purchased your kit you will be emailed instructions to login to the IPCS website and get started. A truly unique offering, ideal for anyone serious about learning to formulate and manufacture their own skin care products.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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A starter that's easy to understand

This kit started me off down a great path of making all my own products. Its informative but not overwhelming.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Neat little kit!

Easy to make at home - just make sure you have 0.1g capable scales for measurements. The formulas are easy to follow (and there are a lot more videos to be found online), and I’m enjoying the face cream I’ve made so far. I’ll definitely be getting more jars and making some for family.

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