Individuals who are patient have good time management skills and are interested in assisting people in improving their appearance might find a career as an esthetician to be highly satisfying. Estheticians sometimes called skin care specialists help people take care of their skin. This includes cleansing the skin giving facials treating blemishes that are not sever enough to need medical attention applying makeup waxing to remove unwanted hair and sometimes even giving full-body massages. According to the website www.buzzle.com estheticians must have a diploma or certificate in cosmetology or other type of personal care. This qualification can be earned through programs offered at vocational schools which last anywhere from six months to two years and include courses in chemistry anatomy as well as basic business and sales skills. Sometimes courses are offered in the evening so that students can hold jobs during the day often at salons that provide skin care services. Estheticians must have good communication and interpersonal skills because they are in close contact with clients and they must be flexible with their work hours because they need to be available to serve clients who have various schedule requirements. The website www.ehow.com says that the job prospects are bright for individuals who have the necessary skills and personal qualifications. Estheticians with at least five years of experience earn an average annual salary of approximately $35000.
|Education Required:||Associate's Degree|
|Tasks:||Helps people improve their appearance.
Administers skin cleansing treatments.
Performs non-medical skin procedures.
Works in a spa, skin care center, health club, or salons.
Skin Care Specialist