Paramedical Skin Care
this 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.
600 HRS = 300HRS Skin Care + 300HRS Training
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.
St. Petersburg, FL
What is a Paramedical Esthetician?
A medical esthetician, also sometimes called a paramedical esthetician, may work in a dermatologist, oncology or plastic surgery office.
A paramedical esthetician is a skin care specialist who works with patients before and after plastic surgery. While an esthetician may help patients conceal redness, give patients instructions, or provide aftercare to skin for healing purposes.
To develop the personal and professional potential of students so they enter the field as paramedical estheticians who will offer a quality of service that will be sought after by both clients and employers.
To prepare students with sufficient training in the theory and technique of esthetics to become recognized by the state as Registered Facial Specialists.
To provide students with training in the theory and technique of a wide variety of skin care services and advanced treatments. This training significantly expands opportunities for gainful employment as beyond entry-level Registered Facial Specialists in esthetics and related fields supported by the training received in school and recognized by the state. Students are trained to provide a variety of services that include, but are not limited to, advanced body wraps, advanced chemical peels, lash extensions, camouflage and airbrush makeup, microdermabrasion, microcurrent, LED and ultrasonic treatments.
Learn how to perform:
Male Skin Care
The Skin Care Portion
trains students in the theory and practice of esthetics
with emphasis on the structure and function. Students are taught to analyze and develop a treatment plan for a client.
Students are taught a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, business and career development, and Florida laws and regulations.
The program provides instruction on facials, makeup, product chemistry, and hair removal.
Students will learn to prescribe home care and recommend follow ups to achieve skin goals.
To develop the personal and professional potential of students so they enter the field as Registered Facial Specialists who will offer a quality of service that will be sought after by both clients and employers.
To train students in the theory and technique of a balanced blend of skin care, makeup and hair removal while preparing them to seek gainful employment working as entry-level Registered Facial Specialists or in related fields supported by the training received in school and recognized by the state.
Students are trained to provide a variety of services that include, but are not limited to, facials, waxing, makeup and basic peels.