Master Esthetics Program
(600 Hour Course)
The Master Esthetics Program prepares you for employment at skin therapy centers, skin care clinics, medical spas, plastic surgery, cosmetic and dermatological practices. The course consists of 600 clock hours of instruction, with detailed training on state-of-the-art skin care equipment and protocol. Students practice upon each other and, with proficiency, patients in a supervised clinic. The course includes chemical exfoliation, microdermabrasion, lymphatic drainage and advanced make up artistry, among others. Students who successfully complete the Master Esthetics Program will be eligible to test for the Masters licensing (highest) in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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What is a Master Esthetician?
What is a Master Esthetician according to the Code of Virginia?
"Esthetician" means a person who engages in the practice of esthetics for compensation.
"Master esthetician" means a licensed esthetician who, in addition to the practice of esthetics, offers to the public for compensation, without the use of laser technology, lymphatic drainage, chemical exfoliation, or microdermabrasion, and who has met such additional requirements as determined by the Board to practice lymphatic drainage, chemical exfoliation with products other than Schedules II through VI controlled substances as defined in the Drug Control Act (§ 54.1-3400 et seq.), and microdermabrasion of the epidermis.
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