MAKE YOUR OWN PERFUME
Make Your Own Perfume With The Academy's Fragrance Consultant© Program
Ever wondered how to make your own perfume? Do you want to learn the process and start a part-time or full-time business? The skills you need to make custom perfumes can be learned with the Academy’s Fragrance Consultant (F.C.)© program.
Our 100-hour Fragrance Consultant (F.C.)© program will teach you how to make your own perfume and includes the practical applications and theory of making natural perfumes, candles and soaps. This certification can also be a great additional service for spa professionals, massage therapist, estheticians, manicurists, fashion consultants, beauty consultants and party & wedding planners.
Upon completion of our program, you will be able to consult with clients to help them create their own personal scents. Or, teach classes about the fundamentals of making your own perfume. You can also develop and sell your own product line, create scents for pets, homes, cars, offices and more.
Your Fragrance Consultant® Training Will Cover:
The History of Perfuming
Scented Bath Salts
Scents for the Home
Natural Fragrance Ingredients
Proper Blending Techniques
Building Fragrance Profiles
Cologne and Perfume Making Recipes
Making Naturally Scented Creams and Lotions
Scented Soap Making
Scented Candle Making
Packaging and Perfume Supplies
Many graduates host “make your own perfume” parties where people can mix and match a variety of essential oil scents to create customized perfumes, lotions and creams. These types of parties are excellent opportunities to expose people to your services.
The Academy has the expertise to teach you how to make your own perfume. The only prerequisites required for the program are a high school diploma or GED.
The perfume industry is a billion-dollar industry. Every department store has a large section of perfumes and scents. The American public love perfumes.
Here are Some Interesting Statistics About the Industry:
Annual global perfume industry sales revenue is $27.5 billion
Annual US perfume industry sales revenue is $5.2 billion
Number of perfume brands carried by US department stores in 2002 was 756
Number of perfume brands carried by US department stores in 2010 was 1,160
As you can see between 2002 and 2010 (8 short years) perfume brands have increased by over 30% and will continue to grow. Yours may be one of the perfume brands featured in department stores, boutiques, online or through mail order. Once you learn how to make your own perfume, the opportunities can be endless and are only limited by your motivation and creativity.
If you would like to make your own perfume, the Academy's Fragrance Consultant (F.C.)© program is a thorough and professional training. We are a NJ State licensed of approved by the NJ Department of Education and the NJ Department of Labor & Workforce Development.
As a graduate, you will also be entitled to free and unlimited field supervision and have access to wholesale essential oils from many manufacturers.