Medical Aesthetician Program – 650 hours

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Program Cost:
Down payment: (min. $2500 )
Interest 12%
Number of Payments: (60 max.)
Monthly Payment:
0% interest is available if the full program cost is paid in full prior to graduation.
Full Time: 5 months = 2520 (monthly payment)
Part Time: 10 months = 1260 (monthly payment)
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Program Cost $12.600 Financing Available!

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Program Objective

The Medical Aesthetician program is a comprehensive field that combines Facial/Skin Care with Electrolysis and Laser Hair Removal training to provide graduates with the best opportunities in the job market. Electrolysis, Laser Hair Removal, and Facials are often combined in the beauty and health industry; therefore, the graduate Medical Aesthetician student will be able to present to future employers a solid and thorough knowledge of every aspect of the industry.

Program Description

Aesthetics Portion:

Subject
Safety & Levels of Decontamination
Florida Law & Rules and Statutes
Professional Development & Employment Skills
Consultations
Entrepreneurship & Management Skills
Intro to Steamers
Introduction to Performing Facials and Lab
Facial Manipulation & Related Massage with Lab
The Art of Make-up
Waxing/Hair Removal
Body Wrap Techniques
Lymphobiology/Lymphatic Drainage
High Frequency
Intro to Oxygen Facials
Chemical Peels
LED Light Therapy
Radio Frequency
Micro Current
Ultrasonic Cavitation
Microdermabrasion
Intro to Vitamins and Nutrition for the Skin
Intro to Eyelash Extensions
Into to Micro-needling
Electrolysis/Laser Portion:

Subject
Anatomy and Physiology of the Hair and Skin
Skin Disorders and Disease
The Endocrine System
Hirsutism and Hypertrichosis
Bacteriology, Sanitation, and Sterilization
History and Evolution of Electrolysis
Selecting the Right Modality and Treatment Application
Thermolysis
Galvanic Electrolysis
The Blend Method
Laser Physics, Equipment, and Safety
Electrical Operations
Laser Hair-Removal Treatment
Licesnure and Starting a Practice
Professional Ethics, Professional Organizations, and CE
Clinical Observation
Laser Hair Removal Practice
Medical Aestheticians must follow and comply with the rules and regulations for Facial specialists by Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and The Board of Cosmetology, for Electrologists and Laser by the Electrolysis Council, Board of Medicine, and Health Department.

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