900 Hour Advanced Esthetics Program

The Advanced Esthetics program is for both new students and graduates. Graduates will only need to take 300 hours to complete this program. New students who complete a 900 hour program get their basic and advanced education completed at once.


Flexible Full Time and Part Time Schedules available.

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Scope of the Advanced Esthetics program curriculum 300 hours:

Educational requirements for advanced estheticians shall include the following subjects and the hours assigned to each. Graduates will only need to take the following 300 hours to complete the advanced education program.

Cellular Structure and Function
Cells of the Epidermis and Dermis
Cell Reproduction
Stem Cells

Charting assessment and treatment plans
Documenting subjective and objective data

Mechanical Exfoliation
Chemical Exfoliation
Enzyme Treatment
Combining Advanced Exfoliation Methods

Einstein’s Developments
Acronym for LASER
Development of Laser and Light Energy

Electromagnetic Spectrum of Radiation
Laser Characteristics
Laser Mediums
Common Cosmetic Wavelengths
Intense Pulsed Light
Tissue Light Interactions
Selective Photothermolysis

Intense Pulsed Light
Plasma Devices
Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Laser and Light Equipment and Supplies

Practical Application of Laser and Light for Hair Reduction

Medical History
Endocrine System
Client Assessment
Treatment Documentation Form
Pre/Post Treatment Protocol
Skin Typing and Analysis

ANSIZ 136.3
Laser Safety Officer
Procedural Controls
Engineering Controls
Legal Consideration

Medical Terminology
Pharmacology for Estheticians
Medical Intervention
Pre/Post surgical homecare

Advanced Facial Devices
Light Emitting Diode (LED)
New Technologies

Essential Oils
Holistic Consultation
Body Therapies

Scope of Esthetics program curriculum 600 hours:

Educational requirements for esthetics shall include the following subjects and the hours assigned to each:

School Rules and Regulations
History of Esthetics
The Role of the Esthetician
Qualities of the Professional Esthetician
Code of Ethics

Local, State, Federal Safety Codes
Salon/Clinic Rules and Regulations
General Salon/Clinic Safety
First Aid
Hazardous Materials Communications (HAZMAT)

Types and Classification
Bacterial Growth and Reproduction
Bacterial Infections and Their Prevention
Immunity and Body Defenses
Methods of Infection Control
Physical and Chemical Agents

Cells, Tissues, and Organs
Body Systems
Importance of Water
Nutrition for Healthy Skin and Longevity

Physiology and Histology of the Skin
Structure and Functions of the Skin
Appendages—Hair Structure and Functions With
Relation to Esthetics (Nails, Sebaceous Glands, and Sweat Glands)

Theoretical Overview of Permanent Methods (Electrolysis, Thermolysis, Blend)
Temporary Methods of Hair Removal: Manual Tweezing, Depilatory Lotion, and Waxing (Strip and Non-strip)
Bleaching of the Hair

Chemistry and Matter As Related to Esthetics; Chemical Reactions and Solutions/Elements, Compounds and Mixtures/Biochemistry
The pH Scale

Skin Care Products
Massage Creams and Oils, Ampoules, and Scrubs
New Technologies
FDA Laws Governing Cosmetics and Cosmetic Safety

Electricity and Its Effects on the Skin
Galvanic Current for Iontophoresis or Disincrustation
High Frequency Current
Use of: Magnifying Lamp and Wood’s Lamp, Brushing Machine, Spray
Machine and Suction Machine, Vaporizer and Pulverizador, Hot Towel
Paraffin Unit
Electric Mittens, Booties, and Face Mask

Client Preparation
Skin Analysis and Consultation
Skin Cleansing
Skin Massage
Skin Types
Skin Conditions and Disorders
Facial Procedures
Mask Therapy
Exfoliation Techniques
Facial Treatments With or Without Machines
Overview of Aroma therapy and Manual Lymphatic
Drainage for the Face and Neck
Product Recommendation

Body Exfoliation (Wet and Dry)
Back Treatments
Use of Various Products to Enhance the Appearance of the Skin: Seaweed, Salt, Paraffin, Mud, Ampoules, Creams, etc.
Discussion for Further Training Required for Advanced Body Techniques such as Aromatherapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Water Therapies

Color Analysis
Morphology of the Face
Product Knowledge, Chemistry, and Related Composition
Eyebrow Contouring
Make-Up Application
Corrections and Contouring
False Eyelashes
Eyelash and Eyebrow Tinting
Further Training Required for Advanced Techniques

Business Operation
Site Planning and Design
Accounting, Inventory, and Sales Tax
Payroll Regulations
Ethics and Professional Conduct
Communication Skills
Retailing Techniques
Marketing (Advertising, Retailing, and Promotion)
Customer Relations

Letter Writing
Licensing Regulations
Job Attitudes
Professional Organizations
Continuing Education
Industry Trade Shows, Magazines, etc.
Career Opportunities

Overview of Dermatological Procedures
Topical and Oral Medications
Insight Into Plastic Surgery
Pre- and Post-Operative Care
Camouflage Therapy

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