Medical Esthetic &
Medical Esthetics – often referred to as paramedical esthetics – incorporates a similar philosophy to that of traditional spa esthetics, and even involves many of the same approaches to developing and maintaining healthy, beautiful skin. What makes medical esthetics unique is that many of the treatments can be performed on patients by Medical Aestheticians in a clinical setting alongside medical professionals who may recommend non-invasive skin care procedures for medical purposes, or for strictly cosmetic reasons.
Skin Care Specialist
Our Skin Care Specialist Course is designed for Medical Estheticians who have already been working in the field of Esthetics and are looking to upgrade their skills from Basic
Microneedling also known as Collagen Induction Therapy is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that’s used to treat skin concerns through collagen production.
Chemical exfoliants are acids that remove dead skin cells. They come in various concentrations from light to mild to deep peeling agents.
Oncology esthetics involves advanced education that is designed to provide estheticians with the knowledge of how to modify spa treatments to ensure a safe outcome for cancer clients.
Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells from the outer layer of skin. As an adult, your skin naturally sheds dead cells every 30 days or so to make room for new skin cells.
Body Contouring and Cellulite Reduction treatments are still one of the most commonly offered treatments in most Medi-Spa and Clinics. Within this training course students.
Laser Hair Removal is still the most performed and rapidly growing service that is offered in Medi-spas, dermatology clinics, salons and even day spas. This course provides students
Unlike many techniques available on the market, LPG® Endermologie offers a 100% natural and therapeutic alternative. Restarting dormant cellular activity in the heart of our skin to fight
Our Tattoo Removal course provides comprehensive classroom education and hands-on tattoo removal training where students will treat actual clients.This course is idea
Whether working to promote healing of affected skin, or just helping a patient enjoy a renewed level of confidence after an appearance-changing injury or procedure, medical estheticians make a positive difference in the lives of the client they work with.
Estheticians working in the medical field do not have medical training of any kind, but apply traditional, complementary and alternative treatments under the on-site supervision of a licensed healthcare professional in settings that include:
Working in a dermatology clinics requires medical estheticians to understand diseases & disorders of the skin, such as acne, atopic dermatitis, and psoriasis.
Cosmetic Surgery Clinics
In addition to standard esthetics treatments that would be performed in a traditional spa setting, medical estheticians in Cosmetic Surgery Clinics would perform specialized treatments such as scar reduction, pre and post-care surgical instructions.
In addition to standard esthetics treatments that would be performed in a traditional spa setting, medical estheticians in medical spas would perform specialized treatments designed to reduce scarring, acne and hyperpigmentation.
Specialist Clinics and Units
Medical estheticians working in specialist clinics and units have the opportunity to work with trauma patients, cancer patients, or burn survivors. This type of fulfilling work may involve helping reduce patient anxiety following a traumatic injury or illness. In these settings, esthetic treatments often focus on restoring elasticity to damaged tissue and applying makeup that helps restore a patient’s self-esteem.