Safe Essential Oil Dilutions for Formulation eClass (Recorded)
AN ON-DEMAND (RECORDED) ECLASS WITH PDF E-BOOK AND WORKSHEETS!
In this online Safe Essential Oil Dilutions for Formulation eClass you will learn:
An introductory class to safe essential oil dilutions for formulation in aromatherapy products and blends.
Learn how to calculate safe and effective dilution rates for adding essential oils to your aromatic formulations. Are you formulating for roll-on perfumes? Bath salts and scrubs? Baby balms? Pregnancy support formulations? We will take a look at each of these products (and more) and discuss what is a “safe” and “effective” essential oil blend for your aromatherapy formulation.
You will leave the class with examples of guidelines to use for these products, a dilution chart for blending reference, and worksheets to formulate essential oil blends for your own products more confidently.
You will also receive an eBook with extended information beyond that covered in class.
Note that this is a class specifically for general product resale and/or product making for personal use and not for clinical aromatherapy consultation use. It is intended to be an introductory class to those interested in formulating aromatherapy products with little to no experience in the use of essential oils.
For home or business use (although further education is recommended for making aromatherapy products for resale).
All of our eClasses include a free PDF e-book of the class content and worksheets!
As a NAHA Approved CE Provider, this zoom eClass counts as one CE credit, IF you complete the test (provided with course materials) and submit it for marking after class! You will receive a certificate of completion on successful completion.
This class is taught by NAHA-certified professional aromatherapist® Sharon Falsetto who is also a garden herbalist and aromatic perfumer-in-training. Sharon has been writing, editing, and teaching about aromatherapy for over a decade. She is the published author of Authentic Aromatherapy, published by the New York Publishing House, Skyhorse Publishing. Learn more about Sharon here.