Esthetician Programs

Find accredited medical esthetician or skin care specialist programs at cosmetology schools near you. Use the search application to locate a school and they’ll call you to answer any questions you have. Due to the nature of esthetics training, some classes must be taken on campus in ‘the lab’.

Medical Estheticians:Estheticians can choose to specialize as a medical esthetician. This specialty requires further training but can provide opportunities alongside dermatologists and plastic surgeons. Other opportunities can be found working with cancer patients or special needs patients…

Colleges with Skin Care Programs

The listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.

The Job of Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist

The esthetician evaluates the condition of their clients skin. Esthetician’s will:

  • discuss treatments
  • recommend products
  • give facials
  • full-body treatments and massages
  • provide skin peels
  • provide masks, and scrubs
  • remove dry or dead skin

What’s the yearly income of an esthetician?: “The median hourly wage for skincare specialists was $14.46 in May 2017. […] The lowest 10 percent earned less than $8.97, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $28.27.


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