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Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:05pm On May 31
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Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:39pm On May 31
From Consumption - Production
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 6:37am On Jun 01
Production manual for Chemical based Products like never before covering Cosmetics, Adhesives, Beverages and Food, Disinfectant, Industrial chemicals, Lubricants, Paints,Printing Inks, Stain Removers, Soaps and detergents, wood finishes etc and over 100 product formulations, processing method & Usage, Equipment & tools, quality parameter, sources of raw material, useful tips and all relevant Information
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 6:10pm On Jun 01
S/N TYPES MAJOR RAW MATERIALS OF COSMETICS


A Anti-Pespirants Ethanol, Isopropanol, Chlorhydrate, Glycerine, Water, Colour, perfume.

B Bath Products (Salts, oils, essence etc) Common salt, Soda Ash, Sodium Perborate, Water, Colour, Perfume, Glycerine, Triethanolamine Lauryl Sulphate, Glycol.

C Body Creams & lotions (moisture risers, skin care) Glycerymonstearate, ceryl Alcohol, Glycerine,water, Alao vera, Vitamin E, Cocoa Butter, Sorbitol, Lanolin, Mineral Oil, Colour, Perfume, Petroleum Jelly.

D Dental Products (toothpaste, Powders etc) Di calcium Phospate, Calcium Carbonate, SCMC, Colour, Glycerine, Sodium Floride, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Flavour, Menthol, Water.

E Deodorant (Roll-on, Sticks Sprays) Propylene Glycerol, Methl Cellulose, Isopropanol, Aluminum Chlorhydrate, Methylparaben, water, colour, pefume, Cetyl Alcohol, Sodium Stearate.

F Depilatory Products (Shaving Creams powder etc) Strontium Sulphide, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Glycerine, Lime, Gum Tragacanth, Perfume, water.

G Dyes & Colourants (Hair Colourant) Silver Nitrate, Copper Sulphate, Pyrogallic Acid, Acetic Acid, Isapropanol, Ammonia, Nickel Sulphate, Water.

H Hair Conditioners (Rinse, cream, styling Gel) Cetyl, Alcohol, Glycerine, Lanolin, GMS, Water, Colour, Perfume, PVP, Carbopol, TEA, Paraben, Citric Acid, Mineral Oil, Vegetable Oil.

I Hair Creams (Conditioner, Food, Anti- dandruff) Petroleum Jelly, Lanolin, Coconut Oil, Mineral Oil, Menthol, Thymol, Cetyl Alcohol, perfume, Colour.

J Hair Relaxers Caustic Soda, Potash, Thioglycollic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, GMS, Glycerine, Sorbitol, Mineral Oil, Petroleum Jelly, Perfume, Methyl Paraben, Colour.

K Hair Shampoos Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Sulphonic Acid, Caustic Soda, Soda ash, CMC, Glycerine, Methyl Paraben, Colour, Perfume, Water.

L Lipsticks Cetyl Alcohol, Bee Wax, Parafin Wax, Castol Oil, Citric Acid, Proplylene Glycol, Lanolin, GMS, Proplene Myristate, Colour, Stearic Acid, Paraben.

M Nail Products (Paints, Hardeners & Removers) Nitro Cellulose Resin, Ethyl Acetate, Ester, Gum,Alkyd Resin, Toluene, DOP, Isopropanol, Pigment, MEK, Butyl Glycol.

N Rouges & Powders (Pancake, Face powder) Parafin Wax, Bee Wax, Cetyl Alcohol, Lanolin, Petroleum Jelly, Propylpalmitate, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Stearate, Talc, Kaolin, Starch, Colour, Perfume.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:36am On Jun 02
This is the reason why you should be able to produce your own Dettol cheaply and conveniently to make profit and stop wasting money to buy expensive disinfectants.

Profitability of Producing Dettol
Dettol production is a business that requires low capital to start it. The ingredients used for producing it can be sourced cheaply from the environment and companies that sell them.

It is surprising that the cost of producing one bottle of Dettol is #100, which is sold at #500 after producing it. You can not beat the profit margin
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 10:20am On Jun 02
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 Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 5:25pm On Jun 02
Production of Methylated Spirits, GV Solutions and Iodine
The production of methylated spirits, GV solution and iodine is yet another business that can safely be classified under the chemical industry; this is so because the raw materials that are used in the production of this product are chemicals. So, if you are looking for a business in the chemical industry to start, a business that is profitable and thriving, then you should consider going into the production of methylated spirits, JV paints and iodine.

These are products that you will usually find in a first aid box and of course in schools, offices, factories and in most homes. If you are going into the production of these products, ensure that your products are well packaged so that you won’t struggle much to penetrate the available market.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:41pm On Jun 02
From Consumption to Production
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:29am On Jun 03
Production is the action of making or manufacturing from components or raw material. In Nigeria, some of our raw materials for industrial uses are imported while rest are sourced locally. It's imperative to consider as a factor the source and availability of your raw material before production.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:14pm On Jun 03
Cosmetic and beauty products manufacturers basically prepare, blend, compound and package beauty products and cosmetics for their clients. Cosmetic and beauty products included in this industry are perfumes, makeup items, hair preparations, face creams, lotions and other toiletries.

Unpredictable incomes do not really affect cosmetics, and essential goods such as shampoo, experience steadier demand. The revenue generated in this industry has increased steadily in recent years, as some of the industry’s largest export partners began to experience post – recessionary growth. Going forward, the industry’s diverse product lines and commitment to research and development will keep revenue growth stable.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:54pm On Jun 03
Entrepreneurs comprehend that when the risk is higher, the returns will also be higher. There are a few qualities that are common to successful entrepreneurs: they are able to develop a competitive advantage, bring together a team that is highly competent and skilled, exhibit high technological expertise, are hardworking and loyal, have a high risk taking ability and perform effective money management.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 6:12am On Jun 04
From Consumption > Production
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 4:45pm On Jun 04
CHEMICALS AND RAW MATERIALS IN WINDOW CLEANER
You will hear two main terms when talking window cleaner chemicals. One is “surfactant.” The other is “ solvent.” Both are chemical actions that lead to effective window cleaning. Here are definitions of the two cleaning chemical action terms.

Surfactants are chemicals that molecularly surround contaminants and break their hold or bond on glass surfaces. Surfactant action from chemicals like ammonia loosen
contaminant grip, causing them to molecularly release or dislodge.
Solvents are chemicals that molecularly attack and destroy contaminants. Solvents create
chemical reactions that dissolve dirt, fat, grease, or mineral compounds and make them disappear from dirty surfaces.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 1:12pm On Jun 05
The safe handling, use and disposal of chemicals substances begin with the entrepreneur who has the chemical business. He must be aware that all chemicals have potential hazards. The entrepreneur must ensure that adequate transport, storage and managing arrangements of the chemicals are put in place.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:25pm On Jun 05
If you love life , don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of. - Bruce Lee.

You can start production any of the chemical based products on a small scale and grow overtime.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 6:13am On Jun 06
Start a Lubricant Production Company

Starting a Lubricant Production Company is a profitable and thriving business in the chemical industry that an entrepreneur who is looking towards starting a business in the chemical industry should consider starting is a lubricant production company. There is a large market for lubricants products and it is a business that is open to entrepreneurs who are ready to compete in the industry.

As such; if you are serious about making money from the chemical industry, then you should consider starting a lubricant production business. There is a wide range of products that you can produce under this business. Just ensure that you come up with products with good quality and packaging; that is part of the strategies you must adopt if your intend penetrating the market.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 3:03pm On Jun 06
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Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:17pm On Jun 06
The importation of chemical based product is a profitable venture for many Nigerians. Financially, it is very rewarding with profit running in millions after sales of products.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 8:57am On Jun 07
Production of Hair Relaxers and Shampoos

The production of hair relaxers and shampoos is yet another thriving and highly profitable business in the chemical industry. There is a large market for hair relaxers and shampoos. So, if you are looking towards starting a business in the chemical industry, a business that can be started on a small scale, then one of your options is to go into the production of hair relaxers and shampoos.

Although there are many hair care products out there in the market, but if your products are of good qualities and well packaged, then you are likely not going into struggle much to gain your own fair share of the available market.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 12:45pm On Jun 07
Have you ever been to a printing ink making factory? The ink-making process is a rather intense combination of artistry and industry. The batches are rather huge, the tolerances are low, and the machinery can be expensive. But, there are human hands on almost every aspect of the process. I find it very inspiring.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:38pm On Jun 07
“The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new.”
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:23pm On Jun 08
Unpredictable incomes do not really affect cosmetics, and essential goods such as shampoo, experience steadier demand. The revenue generated in this industry has increased steadily in recent years, as some of the industry’s largest export partners began to experience post – recessionary growth. Going forward, the industry’s diverse product lines and commitment to research and development will keep revenue growth stable
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:48pm On Jun 08
Start a Soap Making Company

Soaps are part of the products that are manufactured from chemical products and they are used for washing and for bathing. No doubt there is a large market for soaps and the industry is still pretty much open for as many people that are ready to start their own soap making company.

So, if you are looking for a simple business to start in the chemical industry, a business that requires few weeks or months of training and one that you can start on a small scale, then you should consider going into soap making business. Although you are likely going to compete with several soap makers in your city or country, but if your soaps are well packaged, then you are likely going to get your own fair share of the available market.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Nastt20nastt: 9:47pm On Jun 08
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Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 10:37am On Jun 09
Start a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company

Chemicals are parts of the raw materials used in the production of drugs; hence it will be safe to classify drugs production business under the chemical industry. So, if you are looking towards starting a business in the chemical industry, then you have the option of opening a pharmaceutical manufacturing company.

It is a highly profitable and thriving business, and an industry that is highly regulated. If you want to start this type of business, then you would be required to apply and obtain the necessary license and permits from the government of your country.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 3:18pm On Jun 09
From Consumption > Production
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 9:07pm On Jun 09
Start a Starch Production Business (Spray Starch and Cold Water Starch)

Start a Starch Production Business (Spray Starch and Cold Water Starch)laundries, Laundromats, textiles companies and printing presses are places where starch is used on commercial quantities. Starch is also used in our homes when ironing our clothes and as a matter of fact, in some parts of the world-m precisely Africa, starch is being consumed as food. There is indeed a very large market for starch.

Thus, if you are looking towards starting a small cottage business, a business that can safely categorized under the chemical industry, then you should consider starting a starch production business. All you need to do is to define your target market and produce starch products that are in high demand within your target market.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 6:31am On Jun 10
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 Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 10:35am On Jun 10
Start the Production of Facial Scrubs and Facial Cleansers
If you are looking for a simple, thriving and profitable business to start in the chemical industry, a business that might not necessarily require chemical handling permits, then one of your options is to start the production of facial scrubs and facial cleansers.

There is a huge market for these products, all you need to do to break into the market is to ensure that the prices for your products are competitive, your products are of good quality and they are well packaged and branded. You will need to start this factory from a nonresidential area. This is important because of the types of chemicals that would be in use, and that might be hazardous to people who come in contact with it.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 2:55pm On Jun 10
Go into the Production of Celluloid

Celluloid is used in films production, and there is a large market for this product. No doubt the production of celluloid falls under the chemical industry. Hence, if you are looking towards starting a business in the chemical industry, a business that requires some level of professionalism and trainings and a business that is thriving and profitable, then one of your options is to go into the production of celluloid.

Of course, if you are into this type of business, you should be aware that your target market are film makers which is why you should build your marketing strategy to attract them. Also be sure to spread your marketing tentacles to other shores away from yours.
Re: Guide To Production Of Chemical Based Products In Nigeria by Chizillar1(m): 7:29pm On Jun 10
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