Here is just a small list of Esthetic Training that is covered as part of our curriculum…
The Bodies Largest Organ~
Minnesota Licensing Content:
Total 600 hours
Theoretical instruction in the following: histology of the skin; anatomy; skin classifications; disorders and diseases; skin care treatments; chemistry of product ingredients; electricity; client consultation with skin classifications and medical history; infection control; and health and safety.
Clinical instruction in the following: skin analysis; client consultation; and infection control and safety procedures. Face and Body Waxing; Make Up Applications and Facial Procedures and Cosmetic Care of the Skin.
Minnesota State Requirements : At Least 60 Facials; 40 Make Up Applications; 20 Face waxes and 20 Body Waxes with half soft waxes and half hard waxes.
Minnesota Licensing Content:
Total 500 hours
Theoretical instruction in the following: advanced cell histology of the skin; biophysics; lymphatic system; wound healing; skin classification systems; dermatological disorders and terminology; advanced practice skin care treatments; chemistry and biochemistry of product ingredients and modalities; electrical and light energy; client consultation with skin classifications and medical history; infection control; and health and safety.
Clinical instruction in the following: skin analysis; client consultation; dermaplaning; microdermabrasion; hydra wand dermabrasion; chemical peels to include alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids, trichloroacetic acids, and blended acid peels; electrical energy services to include services using direct current, indirect current, galvanic current, radio frequency, sound energy, magnetic pulse and light energy; advanced facial treatments using lymphatic drainage and advanced extractions; skin needling; and infection control and safety procedures.
Minnesota State Requirements : -30 Advanced Exfoliation Chemical Peels, including at least: 10 beta hydroxy acid peels (BHA)10 alpha hydroxy acid peels (AHA),2 trichloroacetic acid peels (TCA), 8 other peels, which may include any of the above, blends, or another type of advanced exfoliation chemical peel. -30 Advanced Exfoliation Machine or Device Treatments, which may include: Dermaplaning, Microdermabrasion, Hydradermabrasion, or Another type of advanced exfoliation machine or device treatment. Note: All 30 quotas in this category could be performed with one device/ machine type, or split across multiple device or machine types. -30 Electrical Energy Treatments, including at least: 5 treatments using direct current, 5 treatments using indirect current, 5 treatments using light energy, 5 treatments using sound energy, 10 treatments, which may include any of the above or another type of advanced practice esthetics electrical energy treatment. -10 Skin Needling Treatments -3 Advanced Extractions -20 Lymphatic Drainage Treatments. A.A.L.T. will use a combination of teaching styles and techniques to present the information for maximum student learning. Lecture, discussion, tests, written assignments, practical skills, observation, and professional seminars are some of the teaching techniques used. Audio-visual aids include DVDs and powerpoint presentations. Every effort is made to produce an engaging, fun atmosphere to stimulate growth in knowledge and skills for the individual.