The Chemists Corner blog recently published a helpful article, Cosmetic Prototype Batch Size, on questions to ask yourself and steps to follow when determining how much of your new formulation to produce. “As a cosmetic formulator one of the most common decisions you’ll have to make is to decide how large a batch you need to make,” explains author Perry Romanowski. This straight-forward post includes explanations of testing procedures and more.
Read the Chemists Corner article here…
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