Private Label Cosmetics – Make Your Own Cosmetic Formulations – Turn 50 cents into $50

June 29, 2022 by No Comments

If you own a business that uses or retails cosmetics, skin care, makeup, bath and body products, hair care, toiletries, etc., have you ever wondered:

Who is really making the profit?

Of course, it’s the cosmetics manufacturers: they are among some of the richest conglomerates in the world.

When you consider that a hair, skin, beauty, body, or bath product that retails for $50 costs anywhere from 10 cents to $3, it’s easy to see how these companies get so rich.

So what stops you from doing private label cosmetics? Why not make your own brand of cosmetics and beauty products and label them to suit your own business?

There is no need to hire a laboratory to manufacture it; this will only dilute your earnings. Making cosmetics is easy – its many benefits include the ability to make only what you need, without the expense of minimum orders. You can control the quality of ingredients, including essential oils, plant and fruit extracts, fragrances, etc., and make products of even higher quality than leading manufacturers.

You have probably heard many myths about making your own private label cosmetics:

1. You need an expensive lab

Is not true. You can make private label cosmetics, makeup, skin care, hair care, and toiletries in your own home, workshop, or store using basic, inexpensive equipment.

2. Professional-grade prescriptions are prohibitively expensive: The industry average fee for a cosmetic formulation starts at $400.

It is true that buying private label cosmetic formulas is extremely expensive. Buying multiple formulations doesn’t have to be expensive; in fact, it can be very profitable.

3. You must be a cosmetic chemist and have a degree in science or chemical engineering to be able to manufacture private label cosmetics and toiletries.

Is not true. If you can follow simple instructions, you can easily mix the cosmetic ingredients needed to make lotions, creams, liquids, gels, foams, and any other form of cosmetic, beauty, or toiletry product. Of course, you must use professionally formulated cosmetic recipes; homemade or artisan formulas are not suitable for wholesale or retail sale.

4. You need FDA permission to be able to manufacture private label cosmetics for wholesale and retail.

Fake. The FDA only requires that you follow certain simple rules regarding the proper labeling and use of approved non-pathogenic cosmetic ingredients. You do not need permission or license from the FDA. This misinformation is just another example of multinationals trying to maintain their dominance over this mega profitable industry. If you use professionally formulated cosmetic formulations, you will be in compliance with FDA regulations.

Manufacturing private label cosmetics can add a new and highly profitable dimension to your business. You can even offer your services as a private label cosmetics manufacturer to other hair, beauty and spa salons, drug stores and a wide range of retailers.

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