MPharm degree's flexibilityWatch
A little story from my experience...
Even with some experience in these fields, emphasising my relevant modules and doing a whole dissertation in formulation, I’ve had no luck (even for entry level roles). Same as my colleagues and friends (looking at other scientific industries). Employers usually look for at least one year of experience which you’d usually get during a placement year which you rarely (if not at all) do whilst studying pharmacy. Also you’ll be questioned to as why you studied a healthcare course - because of this employers expect a lot of work experience (even if it’s working at a makeup stall) especially for cosmetic science.
I would recommend that you study courses like cosmetic science, pharmaceutical science or chemistry and do a placement year.