Skin Care Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Canadian Beauty College is dedicated to educational excellence and offers comprehensive programs in skin care, make up and laser training. An industry that has experienced exponential growth and technical advancements in the past decade, the need for well trained and proficient aesthetic service providers has never been greater.

Locations:  Bolton, ON Concord, ON Mississauga, ON More...

Programs:
  • Aesthetics
  • Medical Aesthetics
  • Skin Care Specialist
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The Salon & Spa industry offers you the personal freedom and financial rewards you deserve! You could not have chosen a better time to follow your passion. Health and Style Institute will help you develop the skills you need to be successful in this magnificent industry. Our up to the minute, interactive training will help you reach beyond your limits.

Locations:  Kennesaw, GA Greensboro, NC

Programs:
  • Certificate-Skin Care Therapy
  • Certificate- Makeup Artistry
  • Certificate-Cosmetology
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Cortiva Institute School of Massage Therapy's innovative program will help you learn the art of massage therapy and introduce you to a range of career opportunities. Through a holistic approach to education, you'll be well-trained to work in clinics, hospitals, health clubs, spas, with sport teams, or to start a private practice.

 

Classes start November 13!

Locations:  Linthicum Heights, MD Salt Lake City, UT Phoenix, AZ More...

Programs:
  • Skin Care
  • Makeup Artistry and Skin Care

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Skin care specialists, also called aestheticians, provide skin care treatments to clients to help them look and feel great. Along with the skills and education you can learn in skin care training, specialists should have people skills and enjoy developing successful client relationships. Skin care is a rewarding industry that can lead to a lucrative career with much personal freedom.

How to Prepare for a Career in Skin Care

Requirements for a skin care license include a high school diploma or equivalent, and completion of a skin care program at a state-licensed cosmetology school. Skin care programs are offered through high schools and trade or vocational schools. Full-time skin care training programs usually last about 6 months, depending on state guidelines for required hours. Coursework often covers:
  • Skin care treatments
  • Science of skin care
  • Massages
  • Waxing
  • Reflexology
A well-rounded education also includes some focus on business-building and interpersonal relationship skills.

Career Outlook for Skin Care Professionals

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for skin care licensees is $32,040, with the top 90 percent earning $52,340 per year. Most work in a salon, spa, hotel, or resort. As the number of full-service spas grows, many job opportunities are being created for skin care specialists. Aestheticians can expect large gains in employment in the skin care industry, growing almost 38 percent. This faster-than-average growth is attributed to the popularity of skin care treatments for relaxation and wellness.