Become a Paramedical Esthetician

What is a Paramedical Esthetician?

A medical esthetician, also sometimes called a paramedical esthetician, may work in a dermatologist, oncology or plastic surgery office.


Our paramedical dual program includes the entire Skin Care Training Program and builds upon that foundation to prepare students with the skills necessary to be employed in a medical or advanced clinical skin care environment.

 Explore the industry of Beauty, Health & Wellness 

The courses provide integrated training in both clinical and holistic skin care. Hands-on skills include microdermabrasion, advanced chemical peels, Ayurvedic treatments, and aromatherapy.


Classes are offered in product ingredient knowledge, medical esthetics, advanced dermatology, cosmetic chemistry, body treatments, nutrition/pharmacology, and advanced makeup.

 Services You'll Learn 

  • Facials

  • High-Frequency

  • Galvanic

  • Exfoliation

  • Chemical Peel

  • Extraction

  • Male Skin Care

  • Acne Treatment

  • Microdermabrasion

  • Lash Application

  • Dermatude

  • Medical Esthetics

  • Camouflage Makeup

  • Makeup Application

  • Brow/Lash Tinting

  • Waxing


  • MiladyPro instruction.

  • Dermalogica education.

  • Lectures and live demos from masters of the industry

  • Learn how to greet, talk to, service, sell products to, and rebook your clients in our spa!

Finish in

as little as

9 months!*

*6 months in St. Petersburg

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