Cheryl L. Mitchell discovered her love for teaching in 2013 while working with the local libraries giving free classes about aromatherapy and herbs. She has been formulating natural products since 2004 and is a certified aromatherapist and herbalist. She has owned 2 retail bath and body products stores in Savannah and Weston, Missouri. She chose to close those stores in 2020 after 5 years to move into the supply side of the business. To sell unique and different ingredients to other amazing makers!
She is currently the Chair for the St. Louis Chapter for the SCC. Her education started when she finished her bachelors of science business management degree as a mom and wife. She then attended numerous aromatherapy and herbal classes under Jeanie Rose, The School of Aromatic Studies, and The Herbal Academy. She finished the Formula Botanica: diploma in Organic Skincare Formulation and Advanced Diploma in Organic Cosmetic Science; the School of Natural Skin Care: Diploma in Natural Skincare Formulation, Diploma in Natural Haircare Formulating, along with numerous other classes. After reading every book and article she could she decided to attend The Center for Professional Advancement where she received certificates in Cosmetic Product Formulation, Antiperspirant and deodorant: basics of underarm physiology, actives classification, evolving marketing needs global regulations, and Surfactants for body and home care.
Cheryl takes education serious and wants to teach proper and science driven classes and formulations.
Cheryl has held board positions with the HSCG and Society of Cosmetic Chemistry.
Cheryl along with Theresa Richard started The Unique Makers in 2020 to help bridge the gap between hand made indie makers and cosmetic chemists. You can learn more about the Unique Makers on their website and social media
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