Bath bombs are hard-packed mixture of dry ingredients which effervesces when wet. They are used to add essential oils, scent, bubbles and color to bathwater. Recently I emailed the FDA to ask whether a bath bomb was a cosmetic and here was their reply. The FD&C Act defines cosmetics by their intended use, as “articles intended … More Is a Bath Bomb a Cosmetic?
Within the field of plastic products, stress cracking is a common – if not the most common – quality problem. Its consequences are often severe, since problems tend to occur only after the products have already hit the market. In most cases, however, customer dissatisfaction could be avoided in the design phase of your product. … More How to avoid stress cracking in containers
So you made something super special and it gets rid of those pesky brown circles under your eyes! How can you market to your customers and let them know just how great it works? The FDA is pretty clear on this. If you want to tell your customers it will remove dark circles under their … More Is it a Cosmetic or a Drug?
So you have a great idea for a product and you want to sell it to the public! There is a process to this that should be followed before you sell it to your customers. 3 very important tests that need to be run are: Microbial tests to assure your product will stand up under … More The Importance of Stability Testing your products before your product launch.
Perry Romanowski owner of the Chemists Corner has put together a great resource for those that are looking for cosmetic formulas. You may also want to read the article on how to reverse engineer formulas. https://diypak.com/pages/the-di-section-of-a-makeup-formula Article by: Perry Romanowski One of my goals is to create a website that gives starting formulas to anyone who … More Where to Find Cosmetic Formulas