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What Is Skin Care Therapy At Health And Style Institute?

Do you enjoy making other people feel amazing? Are you always looking for new skin care products to make your own skin look beautiful? Does the world of cosmetology fascinate you, but you don’t really want to work with hair or nails? Health and Style Institute offers multiple different cosmetology programs, including a Skin Care Therapy program. If becoming an Esthetician seems like a great career path for you, learn more about the skin care therapy program at Health and Style Institute.

What is Skin Care Therapy at Health and Style Institute | Contact HSI at 1-844-94-STYLE for more information on our Skin Care Therapy program.

Duties of an Esthetician

So, you’re interested in becoming a licensed Esthetician. But what are the typical duties of an Esthetician?

Skincare specialists or Estheticians can typically do the following:

  • Evaluate clients’ skin condition and appearance
  • Give facials and full-body treatments to improve the appearance of the skin
  • Give head and neck massages to improve the health and appearance of the skin
  • Clean the skin before applying makeup
  • Teach clients how to apply makeup and how to take care of their skin
  • Recommend skin care products, such as lotions, cleansers and creams
  • And much more…

Training Description

Health and Style’s Skin Care Therapy course teaches the systematic and scientifically applied principles of skin care in theory, concept and application. Here are a few things you will learn during the course of your training:

  • Anatomy and physiology of the skin
  • Skin types and conditions
  • Disorders and diseases
  • Facial massage techniques
  • Spa body basics
  • Hair removal techniques
  • Hygiene and personal grooming
  • Product knowledge and application
  • Service promotion
  • Retailing and communication skills
  • Safety precautions and procedures
  • Professional ethics
  • State laws and regulations

Skin Care Therapy Program at Health and Style Institute

Upon successful completion of Health and Style’s Skin Care Therapy program, students received a Skin Care Therapy Diploma. Students will have the knowledge and skills to pass the State Board exam to become a licensed Esthetician. While each state is different, North Carolina requires 600 clock hours and Georgia requires 1,000 hours for graduation and licensure testing in Skin Care Therapy. Ready to join the Skin Care Therapy program? Contact Health and Style Institute at 1-844-94-STYLE for more information.

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