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Perfumery and Cologne Formulating Course

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Perfumery and Cologne Formulating (6-hours)

Formulating aromatic perfumes and colognes is so creative and a joy-filled application of aromatherapy.
They also make awe-inspiring personalized gifts.

This presentation will include the step-by-step process of how to formulate perfumes and colognes.

  • Brief History of Perfumery
  • Aromatic Extractions
  • Essential Oils, Absolutes, CO2’s, and Oleo Resins used for Perfumery
  • Applications of Aromatherapy
  • Perfume Types and Concentration
  • Perfume Notes
  • Fragrance Wheel and Blending Scents by Groups and Combinations
  • Creating Carrier Oil, Alcohol, and Wax Based Formulations
  • Safety Factors
  • Equipment and Supply List
  • Sample Perfume Formulations
  • Resources

    Included in the course:
  • Text materials
  • Recorded video presentation
  • Written workbook
  • Personalized instructor support by phone and e-mail.
  • 6-hours Continuing Education credits

About the Presenter:
Shanti Dechen, CCAP, CAI, LMT.

Shanti Dechen, owner, and director of Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy is a Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner and Instructor, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, Certified Chi Nei Tsang Practitioner, and Instructor, Body Mind Clearing Practitioner, and a Certified Yoga Instructor with over 15,000 hours of training in holistic modalities. Shanti has been a holistic health practitioner since 1979. She specializes in aligning health and balance in daily life by using the modalities of Clinical Aromatherapy, Herbology, Massage, Chi Nei Tsang: Internal Organ Rejuvenation, Reflexology, Nutrition, Bodymind Clearing, Craniosacral therapy, Energy Medicine, Qigong, and Acupressure.

NOTE: This information provided is more extensive on perfumery than is presented in the Aromatherapy Level 2 Module E: Aromatherapy Product Formulating course.

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