The Skin Institute offers a two-tier esthetic program. Students have the choice to complete only our basic esthetic program after which they would be fully prepared to work in one of these job settings:
- Day Spa
- Destination Resort
- Salons that offer skin care.
- Cruise Ships
- Account executive with a skin-care vendor.
- Department store cosmetic counter manager or associate.
When students choose to continue their education with us and graduate as Master Estheticians, they have vast options for job opportunities since they can work in all places a Basic Esthetician can (see above) as well as in:
- Dermatology offices
- Plastic Surgeons' practices
- Any physician's practice offering medical skin care
- Medi Spas
- Laser Centers
- Wellness Centers
Billions of dollars are spent each year on skincare products and procedures. People want to look and feel their best. As baby boomers approach their golden years, the anti-aging needs of the largest consumer group in the nation have caused an explosion in demand for skin care and spa services.
Estheticians are trained in the science of beauty, anti-stress, and anti-aging. These licensed skin-care professionals treat fine lines, wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, acne, and environmentally damaged skin. The need for trained professionals providing these services continues to rise at a dramatic pace.
Today's esthetician must be prepared to meet a far greater demand than ever before in multiple areas of esthetics and wellness knowledge. Students at The Skin Institute are trained to use state-of-the-art treatment machines, skincare products, and cutting-edge techniques.