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Skin Care Course

A skin care course familiarizes students with skin care products and skin analysis while offering practical experience in tweezing and facial massage, among other skin care techniques. Students learn to perform basic facials and apply makeup.


Topics such as client consultation and professional ethics may also be covered. 

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Facials Course

Techniques for giving facials are explored in this course, with students gaining hands-on experience. While building on the basics learned in introductory classes, students learn to identify the best products and treatments for different skin types. Students also learn to identify skin disorders best treated through facials and other types of skin care. Hands-on experience also includes applying cosmetics to people with various skin type.

Skin History Course

This history course covers various skin care techniques used in the past. Students read about techniques used in different cultures and time periods, as well different definitions of beauty throughout history. How technology has changed and improved skin care and makeup procedures are often explored.

Advanced Care Course

This advanced class builds on the skills learned in an introductory skin care class and introduces more sophisticated practices, such as chemical facials and light treatments. Students practice hair removal and eyebrow tinting, and they begin to learn about exfoliation. Prospective skin care specialists study skin disorders and sun damage and learn to safely perform chemical treatments.

Exfoliation Treatments Course

​A skin care class in exfoliation treatments covers advanced facial treatments, safety procedures, and advanced skin care analysis. Students practice chemical peels, electric facials, and herbal treatments while learning the effects of various exfoliation treatments. Advanced skin care classes are required to prepare students for this specialized class.

Skin Care Program

  • Dermatology

  • Hair Removal (Cold / Hot Wax)

  • Basic Skin Analysis

  • Cosmetic Treatments

  • Facials

  • Hydrotherapy

  • Professional Facial Massage

  • Make-Up Application (Day & Night)

  • Japanese Facial Massage

  • Aromatherapy Treatments

  • Facial Lymphatic Drainage

  • Cell Anatomy & Physiology

  • Reflexology

  • Skin Care 260 clock hours/State license required.

  • ​Enroll: Day & Evening Classes.

  • ​Classes begin monthly for newly enrolled students.