The objective of the program is provide students with the knowledge and practical skills as an professional medical aesthetician, makeup Artist, Laser technician or start their own business. Our students have opportunity to develop skills through these program and spa like experience.
Estheticians may use a variety of techniques and treatments on their clients, from basic steam facials to trendy treatments like seaweed wraps and paraffin facials. Their work involves the use of creams, lotions, masks, serums, and wraps, many of which are created with antioxidants, botanicals, essential oils, and infused scents that provide the client with a sensory experience that promotes relaxation and rejuvenation.
Estheticians also often use mechanical or electrical appliances and devices, such as microdermabrasion machines, brushing machines, jet oxygen, atomizers, and galvanic current to achieve the desired effect.
A small sampling of the services provided by estheticians includes:
- Chemical peels
- Laser resurfacing
- Laser skin rejuvenation
- Light therapy
- Hydroderm Facial
- Waxing/threading/chemical hair removal
- Green peel Facials
- Face and body masks and wraps
- Manual or mechanical extraction
- Pore cleansing
- Moisturizing treatments
- Acne treatments
- Scalp massage and treatments
Estheticians may also find a wealth of opportunities freelancing for the film, music, theater, and fashion industries and some estheticians may focus their careers on a specific area of esthetics, such as hair removal, makeup artistry, or laser procedures.
In addition to day spas and salons, estheticians often enjoy successful careers in dedicated esthetics spas. The Health and Beauty Canadian College offers top-level Cosmetology and Aesthetics courses, full menu of beauty in the salon and spa services.
Where will training at HBCC take you in as employments:
Spa, Mediacal spa, Home-based Business, Doctor’s office, Medical Clinic