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Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 12:23pm On Jan 01
Cosmetics are substances or products used to enhance or alter the appearance or fragrance of the body. Many cosmetics are designed for use of applying to the face and hair. They are generally mixtures of chemical compounds; some being derived from natural sources (such as coconut oil), and some being synthetics.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 1:34pm On Jan 03
Start Body Products Production Business

Cosmetics as lotions, pomades, body creams, petroleum jelly et al, are all body products and they fall under the chemical industry. As a matter of fact, it is rare to find any household where they don’t have at least one or two body products of this sort. This goes to show that there is indeed a large market for body products.

Although there are other leading brands in the body products line of business, but any entrepreneur who is interested in building a business in this line of industry can still become successful. All they need to do is to ensure that they come – up with good competitive strategies and they will be able to win a portion of the available market.

So, if you are considering starting a business in the chemical industry, then one of the options available to you is to start a body products production business. Just ensure that your line of products is of good quality and well packaged

Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:15am On Jan 05
Your economic security does not come from your job or from the patronage of other people; it comes from your ability to meet needs and solve problems. Keep investing in those abilities and you will have endless opportunities.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:55am On Jan 06
Do you know more than 80% of chemical industries in Nigeria are concentrated around producing polymers and plastics. You can see them not only in the packaging but in a lot of other products, like huge storage containers, water tanks, PVC piping, electronics, prosthesis, home décor, furniture, wiring and a lot more
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:25am On Jan 08
Open a Cosmetic Shop

Another ideal chemical related retailing business that an entrepreneur can successfully start without any technical skill is to open a cosmetic shop. There is a large market for cosmetics and good enough the cosmetic business is not meant for women alone but all genders. If you are looking towards starting a chemical related retail business that is easy to run, then you should consider opening a cosmetic shop.

Just like any other retail business, location is an important factor that determines the success of the business. So, before making a choice as regards the locations to rent or lease a shop to start your cosmetic retailing business, ensure that you conduct a thorough market survey and feasibility studies.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:09am On Jan 10
Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:38pm On Jan 11
Start a Toothpaste and Mouthwash Production Company

Toothpaste and mouthwash are essential commodities that are used in every household and on a daily basis; in essence there is a pretty large market for toothpaste and mouthwash. It is safe to classify this type of business under the chemical industry because a larger percentage of the raw materials that are used in the production of toothpaste and mouthwash.

So if you are looking for a business to start in the chemical industry, a business whose products are highly sellable, then one of your options is to go into the production of toothpaste and mouthwash. It is important to state that proper branding and packaging will go a long way to ensure that you attract customers for your products.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 3:19pm On Jan 12
Common cosmetics include lipstick, mascara, eye shadow, foundation, rouge, skin cleansers and skin lotions, shampoo, hair styling products (gel, hair spray, etc.), perfume and cologne
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:43am On Jan 17
Polymers and plastics, especially polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene terephthalate, polystyrene and polycarbonate comprise about 80% of the industry’s output worldwide".
These materials are often converted to fluoropolymer tubing products and used by the industry to transport highly corrosive materials.

Chemicals are used in a lot of different consumer goods, but they are also used in a lot of different other sectors; including agriculture manufacturing, construction, and service industries. Major industrial customers include rubber and plastic products, textiles, apparel, petroleum refining, pulp and paper, and primary metals.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:44am On Jan 18
Start the Production of Aftershave (Cologne)

Aftershave is yet another small scale business that an entrepreneur who is considering starting a business in the chemical industry can successfully start. There is a large market for colognes and if your product is well packaged and has various fragrances, then you are likely not going to struggle much before breaking into the market.

Aside from supplying your aftershaves to retailers, you can also market your aftershaves in barbing saloons in and around your business location. This type of business is a lucrative one; as such you have to have adequate plans in place to raise the required capital needed to make head way.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:54pm On Jan 19
Which country has best beauty products?

According to one survey, the highest-quality beauty products come from Japan, the United States, and France (in that order). In this survey, 65 percent of those who used a wide variety of beauty products from different countries placed Japanese products in the number one spot.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:37am On Jan 20
Phthalates
Phthalates are used as plasticisers and solvents, and can be found in fragrances, hair products, skin lotions, nail polish and nail hardeners. They have been found to have endocrine disruption effects, and have been linked with endometriosis and early puberty in girls, and reproductive organ abnormalities and reduced fertility in males. They can also act on the thyroid, and have been linked with obesity.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 3:36pm On Jan 22
CHEMICAL BUSINESS VALUE CHAIN
THE KEY PLAYERS


The Producer
The producer is the main player in the Chemical Industry. He can be a manufacturer, an innovator, a chemical scientist or the creator. He first conceives in his mind what he intends to produce; this is a mental creation and then second carrying it out representing the physical creation. He creates the product from scratch, adds value to the product already in the market or may even be alike the same product as in some case in acquiring the patent right and franchise to produce the same product.
In some cases, a producer might also be the chemical scientist who conceives the product and went ahead to produce or manufactures it. Income potential as a producer is amazing. On a small scale level, of investment of N200,000 would yield 100% return in a few months and on business stability would offer over 300% return on monthly basis. Furthermore, he wields tremendous power as he can be involved in composition and the actual running of his enterprise.

The Chemical Scientist
He is an important player in the Chemical Industry. He is involved in the creation, production and sales of the chemicals. With his formal education and training, he understands the various elements, compound and extractive techniques from raw sources. The chemical laboratory is usually his dormitory and a single discovery or innovative product can shoot him to fame and wealth. His products can impinge every aspect of our lives.
Furthermore, many companies buy some of his chemical products as intermediates in their own manufacturing processes. Often, there are clusters of processes which use the output of one as the input to another. Example, ammonia is made from natural gas and can be converted to hydrogen cyanide. Becoming a chemical scientist can be very rewarding as he earns millions of naira per annum for his researches, consultancy and sales of chemical product. He is also well respected by the public and stakeholders in the chemical industry.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:35am On Jan 23
The Armchair Investor
He is a very important in the chemical industry because of his experience, resources and financial wealth. Usually, he is a shareholder; an important stakeholder and contributes positively to the growth and development of the chemical enterprise. He might not have control over the actual running of the enterprise but decisions that can affect the finances and long-term growth of the company cannot be taken without his input.
In some cases, he might be the owner of the chemical firm if he owns 100 shares of the firm, in some other cases; it is a partnership whereby it is jointly owned by the 2 or more investors. But know that the armchair investor is a risk bearer and his concerned about the growth of his investment in both short and longer term. His earning is a jumbo determined by his stake and amounts of shares he holds.


The Distributor
He is an important element in the chemical production industry. He is an entity that buys competing for chemical products or product lines, warehouses them and resells them to retailers or direct to the retailers or directly to the end users or customers. In some cases, a company chooses its distributor and get them licensed while in other cases, it is an open one where anyone with good capital can buy its products.
Their powers are limited but can be involved in promotional activities; providing strong manpower and cash support to the manufacturer’s promotional efforts. They usually also provide a range of services such as product information, estimates, technical support, after sales services, credit etc to their customers.
Financially, they are robust and with over 100% return on investment in few months.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 10:55am On Jan 25
According to the SMEDAN National Survey of 2017, there are around 41.5 million SMEs in Nigeria. SMEs are businesses with less than N100 million in annual turnover and have less than 300 employees. The number of SMEs in Nigeria exceeds those in the USA.

Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:23am On Jan 26
What is glycerine?
Glycerine, also spelled as glycerin and known as glycerol, is an odorless and colorless liquid that can be found in nature. It’s typically made from vegetable or animal fat, but can also be made synthetically as well. However, at Camille Beckman we pride ourselves in using all natural, kosher glycerine in our products.

What makes it good for the skin?
Glycerine is a humectant, which is a substance that retains moisture. Humectants work by drawing moisture from the air and delivering it to the skin. Because of it’s moisturizing abilities, glycerine helps prevent wrinkles, breakouts, and improves the overall health of the skin.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:24am On Jan 26
What does glycerine do to your body?

Performs as a natural moisturizer
Repairs damaged skin
Aids in repairing skin tissue and healing scars
Prevents wrinkles and fine lines
Treats skin infections
How can glycerine help relieve dry skin?
Glycerine’s moisturizing virtues make it a wonderful ingredient in skincare. It’s ability to retain moisture in the skin helps those with especially dry or cracked skin.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:41am On Feb 12
Production of Olive Oil
The production of olive oil is yet another business that can be safely categorized under the chemical industry. There is a large market for olive oil; hence it is a business that is worth starting. Hence; if you are looking towards starting a business in the chemical business, a business that is not hazardous and a business that is thriving and profitable, then you should consider going into the production of olive oil. Just ensure that you pay attention to branding, packing and the quality of your products.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 4:10pm On Feb 13
Cosmetics are substances or products used to enhance or alter the appearance or fragrance of the body. Many cosmetics are designed for use of applying to the face and hair. They are generally mixtures of chemical compounds; some being derived from natural sources (such as coconut oil), and some being synthetics.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:53am On Feb 15
Common cosmetics include lipstick, mascara, eye shadow, foundation, rouge, skin cleansers and skin lotions, shampoo, hair styling products (gel, hair spray, etc.), perfume and cologne
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 12:42pm On Feb 16
Production of Olive Oil
The production of olive oil is yet another business that can be safely categorized under the chemical industry. There is a large market for olive oil; hence it is a business that is worth starting. Hence; if you are looking towards starting a business in the chemical business, a business that is not hazardous and a business that is thriving and profitable, then you should consider going into the production of olive oil. Just ensure that you pay attention to branding, packing and the quality of your products.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:19am On Feb 17
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) is a Nigerian federal agency under the Federal Ministry of Health established by Decree 15 of 1993 with the purpose of preventing the circulation of illicit and counterfeit products in Nigeria under the country's health and safety law.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 11:15am On Feb 18
People use cosmetics to keep clean and enhance their beauty. These products range from lipstick and nail polish to deodorant, perfume, hairspray, shampoo, shower gel, tattoos, hair adhesives, hair removal products, hair dyes, most soaps, some tooth whiteners, and some cleansing wipes
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 4:17pm On Feb 19
The Producer
The producer is the main player in the Chemical Industry. He can be a manufacturer, an innovator, a chemical scientist or the creator. He first conceives in his mind what he intends to produce; this is a mental creation and then second carrying it out representing the physical creation. He creates the product from scratch, adds value to the product already in the market or may even be alike the same product as in some case in acquiring the patent right and franchise to produce the same product.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:19pm On Feb 20
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Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:40am On Feb 21
The Nigerian manufacturing sector is dominated by the production of cement and building materials, food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals and fertilizers, wood, and textiles. Out of all only 3 subsectors (food & beverage, cement, and textile) account for 77% of manufacturing output generating the greatest value.

Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:30am On Feb 22
How much does it cost to start a cosmetic business in Nigeria?

Depending on how financially capable you are, you can start this business on a very low scale with as low as N50,000, on a medium scale you can start with N500,000 – N1 million, and on a large scale you can start with N10 – N20 million to any amount because prices of different products are not constant.
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 3:56pm On Feb 24
The chemical process industry includes those manufacturing facilities whose products result from (a) chemical reactions between organic materials, or inorganic materials, or both; (b) extraction, separation, or purification of a natural product, with or without the aid of chemical reactions; (c) the preparation of specifically formulated
Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 4:21pm On Feb 25
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Re: Guide To Cosmetics Production And Profitability In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:28am On Feb 27
How to Start Trading in Chemicals –

The Basics
Get together the right team.
Do you your homework. ...
Know your chemicals trading jargon.
Work out your numbers.
Find the best suppliers.
Think East.
Consider sourcing from multiple producers.
Be flexible with your business plan.

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