What is the difference between master and regular esthetics? At Skinworks, we teach three programs; Basic Esthetics, Master Esthetics, and Comprehensive Esthetics. If you want to take your basic esthetics knowledge to the next level with medical skin care knowledge, then our Master esthetics program can help you accomplish that! To further understand master esthetics, let us help you discover the difference between a master and basic license.
What Does Basic Esthetics Cover?
Our basic course is an introduction to skincare techniques, and is designed to help our students achieve a full foundation of skincare science. Our course includes the following in the curriculum:
- The history of esthetics
- Communication skills
- Product knowledge
- Facial massage
- Hair removal
- Eyelash extensions
- Lash and brow tinting
- Business skills
- Manicures and pedicures
- And more!
We also educate our students in elements of relaxation, including aromatherapy and massage. We want our students to finish their basic esthetics course feeling confident to enter either esthetics field or to continue on to our master esthetics course.
What Does Master Esthetics Cover?
Everything that is covered in basics is also covered in the master course. In addition, we also covering the following topics:
- Aging analysis
- Light energy
- Stress management
- Advanced skin disorders
- Advanced hair removal
- Advanced facials
- Alternative spa therapies
- Medical esthetics
- And more!
As medical esthetics become more popular, we want to give our students the opportunity to explore the medical side of esthetics and see if those techniques are something they could be passionate about!
What is Covered in the Medical Portion?
During our master course, you can also learn the following master techniques and skills relating to medical esthetics:
- How to work in a medical setting
- Medical terminology
- Medical intervention
- Plastic surgery procedures
- Esthetician’s role in post-medical procedures
- Esthetician’s role in pre-medical procedures
- Laser treatments
Where Can a Medical Esthetician Work?
Well-qualified, licensed estheticians who have an education in master esthetics may have the opportunity to have one of these great jobs:
- Laser hair removal specialist
- Medical office esthetician
- Plastic surgeon’s esthetician
- Dermatologist’s esthetician
- And more!
What Are the Benefits of Becoming a Medical Esthetician?
Many people find esthetics to be a rewarding career. When you learn master techniques and skills, you can open even more doors to more rewarding opportunities. Many find happiness in the expansion of job options. Licensed, qualified master estheticians may have the chance to work in one of the great jobs listed above and many more. You don’t have to be limited to a 9-5 job!
Medical estheticians can also find joy and personal reward in helping people feel better. You can learn pre and post-surgery treatments. When you see someone benefiting from your work, it’s sure to make you shine from the inside out!
Esthetics can be a fulfilling career, and could be worth learning more about! The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2029, the projected job growth for skin care specialists is 19%, which is faster than the average for other occupations. If you want to get started in an exciting and growing field, esthetics might be perfect for you!
If you love to love your job, esthetics could be the perfect place for you!
How Do I Learn Medical Esthetics Through Skinworks?
To learn master esthetics if you already have a basic license, it is a 600 hour course. For tuition information, check out our program page! Our comprehensive program, you can learn both the basic and master esthetics curriculum in 1200 hours. Contact us to speak to our admissions representatives to learn more about tuition, financial aid*, our schedules, and more. We can’t wait to get to know you!
*Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
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