Esthetics focuses on actual practices performed by the esthetician. Setting up the treatment room and creating the correct atmosphere for both the client and for the esthetician are covered in Chapter 14, “The Treatment Room.” Chapter 15, “Facial Treatments,“instructs in the methods used during several types of facials and their benefits and contraindications, as well as the unique considerations and techniques of the men’s facial. Chapter 16,”Facial Massage,” covers the benefits of massage along with contraindications and basic massage movements. Chapter 17, “Facial Machines,” is devoted to machines used in esthetic treatments and provides instruction on the use of the steamer, galvanic machine, Wood’s Lamp, and more. Chapter 18, “Hair Removal,” covers the critical information you’ll need for these increasingly requested services. Chapter 19, “Advanced Topics and Treatments,” provides an overview of the body and clinical procedures used with cosmetic surgery and also covers theincreasingly popular spa body treatments. Color theory, face shapes, and advice about selecting a product line are some of the topics addressed in Chapter 20, “The World of Makeup”, which will provide a reference in the future, with appearance-enhancement services growing in demand.
Learning Objectives* Upon completion of this course the successful student will able to:
• Understand the components of creating a professional atmosphere.
• Describe what equipment and supplies are needed for facials.
• Prepare and set up the treatment room for services.
• Explain why the room setup should be comfortable for the esthetician.
• Properly clean and disinfect the treatment room.
- Lectures 30
- Quizzes 7
- Duration 225 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 34
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes