Household cleaning products and cosmetics production (HCPCP)
This course details the information on how household cleaning products as well as cosmetics are made while training students/participant requisite skills needed to make these products themselves.
Cohort 1 starts April ’22
What you will learn
This course teaches you through detailed practical videos and step by step hands-on practical on how to make these products
- Air freshener and odor control
- Liquid Hand wash
- Toilet wash
- Face primer
- Vanilla Mint lip scrub
- Pink lip scrub
- Natural lip balms
- Undergraduates and Graduates
- It Students
- Interested participants from the age of 18 and above
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There are 2 Modules and 18 Lessons in this Specialization
Household Cleaning Products (16 Hours)
Lesson 1: Introduction to liquid air freshener and odor control
Lesson 2: Step-by-step practical pre-recorded demonstration videos
Lesson 3: Ingredients and directions on how to produce
Lesson 4: Introduction to liquid hand wash
Lesson 5: Step-by-step practical pre-recorded demonstration videos
Lesson 6: Materials/ingredients with hands on practical production
Lesson 7: Introduction to toilet wash
Lesson 8: Step-by-step practical pre-recorded demonstration videos
Lesson 9: Step-by-step production
Lesson 10: Introduction to germicides
Lesson 11: Pre-recorded demonstration videos
Lesson 12: Practical production
Cosmetic Products (9 Hours)
Lesson 13: Step-by-step practical pre-record demonstration video on Vanilla Mint Lip Scrub production.
Lesson 14: Practical production on Vanilla Mint Lip Scrub production
Lesson 15: Step-by-step practical pre-recorded demonstration video on natural Lip balm production
Lesson 16: Introduction and practical production of lip balm
Lesson 17: Ingredients and direction on how to produce a pink lip scrub
Lesson 18: Step-by-step practical pre-recorded demonstration video/production of face primer
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