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Esthetician & Skin Care Products > Medical Esthetician

I am a seasoned esthy with many years experience working for myself. I am going into a 100% clinical relationship and am looking for more medical industry education. The term medical esthetician is used very loosly and incorrectly in my opinion. Where is an esthy to get more medical training??

02.6 | Unregistered Commenterskingurl

Check out Iameducated.com I know they take the right view, which is to offer education to all those eager to learn NB Learning about a proceedure does not mean you are then legally able to perform it.

02.9 | Unregistered CommenterRT

We are searching to hire a part time aesthetician with vein experience. I have placed several ads with little or no turn out. Do you know of anywhere I can post this position?

Thanks for your help!

02.11 | Unregistered CommenterRachel

I'd try Craigslist.org

Rachel
"We are searching to hire a part time aesthetician with vein experience. I have placed several ads with little or no turn out. Do you know of anywhere I can post this position"?

Thanks for your help!

Are you still looking to hire? What state are you in? azfaceartist@hotmail.com

I am an esthetician graduated one year ago, have been working in a spa for one year doing facials, waxings, selling our products (retail) and managing the spa as well. I am looking for a full time poisition in a busy medi spa in New Jersey.

Hi my name is tamera and i am a licensed aesthetician. i have been working in the spa industry since i was 16yrs old. I have done medical treatments for skin care and am pretty aggresive in getting quick results. I also am very good at teaching. I was working as a medical aesthetician and was recently promoted to manager. I was a sales consultant for a medspa and am very familiar with this industry. I am a hard worker and do what it takes to go above and beyond expectations. I want to get back into full time skincare plase contact if you are interested.

09.6 | Unregistered Commentertamera

hi i m an esthtician and i m working in a salon. but i want to start madi spa i have aditional education about microdermabrasion ,light thrapy,chemical peel , facil ,waxing. thanks

11.7 | Unregistered Commentermariam

hi i man esthtician and working in a salon but want to work in medi spa i have knoledge about microdermabrasion light thrapy chemecal peel facil waxing and threading.

11.7 | Unregistered Commentermariam

Mariam,

If you wish to be taken seriosly, please use spell check or have someone look at what you have typed before you post. I am sure that your intentions are good, and I offer the above as a constructive suggestion.

11.7 | Unregistered CommenterFiona

I am a professional educated 40 year old woman. I take good care of my skin and keep in shape. I am also a very happy person who cares very much about making people feel good about themselves.
I am currently finishing up my studies in esthetics as well as my license as an esthetician/electrologist. Lastly, have my certificate in chemical peels and laser. I am currently shadowing my way through school with three wonderful doctors; two dermatologist and a plastic surgeon.

I am extremely motivated and I am looking for a fast paced doctors office to partner with, to build my clientele . I am looking for a career position,as I understand that to build a career requires that I stay with one employer and develope the client relationships.

I am looking to work in the greater Miami area.
swilson@refocux.com

I'm starting to look at some colleges in Florida for esthetician one of them offers skin care and Electrology and the other school offers paramedical esthetician. I would like to get into the laser hair removal business...which one do you recomend?

03.18 | Unregistered CommenterRCB

Concepts Institute of Advanced Esthetics ( an approved NCEA training facility) located in South San Francisco, offers clinical esthetics training. Our courses are open to both estheticians and nurses. The classes include both lecture and hands-on training. www.conceptsinstitute.com.

I am a well-trained, dynamic, licensed skin care specialist looking for a position in a medical setting in South Jersey. Part time is fine. I have experience with facials, peels, microdermabrasions and BBL hair removal, and I am open to learning other procedures and techniques. I would also be interested in consulting with patients to sell products, injectables and other procedures. Before and after photography is also an area where I have experience. I am comfortable with medical and holistic product lines. If you are interested in discussing possible opportunities, please email me and I will send you my resume.

03.11 | Unregistered Commenterelisa

I am an aesthetician. Purely and simply....I graduated from an Aveda Institute. I never had a desire to work in a salon or spa environment. I have taken the initiative to educate myself, purely and simply. I bought what books I could. I dug deep and networked with those in the industry to point me in the right direction. There are many "certification" coursed out there for thing like laser, chemical peels and microderm. It is up to you to push yourself forward and make your own name in this industry. I relied on my own education to propel me into a "foot in the door" position in this industry. i went into my first interview at a medical aesthetic clinic with NO hands on experience. I was, however, able to tell them everything they wanted to know about when, where, why and how about the service and products provided worked. It is FAR more important to know SKIN above all else. Any person can punch numbers into a laser....but if you have no idea what energy levels correlate with what skin types (Fitzpatrick) or how the wave lengths work, you might as well be working at ALC. Before I even worked in a skin clinic I was able to tell you what ingredient do what and why on the back of the bottle. Once you get that down, you will be unstoppable! I don't try to be something I am not. I will only ever be an aesthetician, i don't put myself on a pedestal. Regardless of how much money ( or lack there of) you have, there is no excuse to no reach for the stars. There is a reason I have succeed in this industry... I push myself to be the best I can be for myself! i would be more than happy to share any websites and education seminars I deem worthy of your time. Please email me with any questions. Much luck and success in the future!

Rachel N

racheejarvis@hotmail.com

03.12 | Unregistered CommenterR Najda

Licensed Estheticians and students of Esthetics, please come and take a look at our online networking group for you. Apply to join, it is free.

http://aestheticiangroup.yuku.com/directory

Hey Fiona,

Before you comment on someone's spelling errors check your own.....SERIOUSLY!

04.26 | Unregistered CommenterKelly

Haha...I was going to say the same thing...seriously!

05.18 | Unregistered CommenterBee

I tell people all the time to be as professional as possible no matter what the situation. Even in this forum you never know who might be reading your post, looking to hire someone, but when you use text language a lot, or have no punctuation or capitalization to speak of, they will not give you a second glance. I know I am not perfect with spelling, that is what spell check is for. But I agree that you should try your best to be as professional sounding as possible in all your communications.

Education is a passion! I am a well-trained, dynamic, licensed skin care specialist looking for a position in a medical setting in South Jersey. Part time is fine. I have experience with facials, peels, microdermabrasions and BBL hair removal, and I am open to learning other procedures and techniques. I would also be interested in consulting with patients to sell products, injectables and other procedures. Before and after photography is also an area where I have experience. I am comfortable with medical and holistic product lines and have experience as an educator. If you are interested in discussing possible opportunities, please email me and I will send you my resume.

ive been here in mexico for 4 years now. ive been in the business for 27 years. medical esty. im kind of out of the loop as far as new products go. any one can tell me the new top of the line products geared toward the sundamage and dark spots due to the sun damage..

07.28 | Unregistered Commenterroxana

Hi!

I am seeking a full time position as a Medical Aesthetician and Laser Technician in a Health and Wellness Center, Spa, MedSpa, Plastic Surgery or Dermatologist Office.

Currently working at Bliss part time!

I am a Licensed Aesthetician in New York State and New Jersey. I have practiced for more than ten years in reputable establishments and spas in the United States and Europe. I pursued a career in Health and Wellness after graduating as a professional Nurse-RN and Licensed Massage Therapist in Romania.

I am highly skilled in all popular techniques of Skincare Treatments, Body Treatments, Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels, Waxing, Reflexology, Laser Hair Removal, Skin Rejuvenation IPL, Skin Tightening and Cellulite Reduction. I continue to develop more knowledge and experience in the field of Medical Aesthetics.

Please contact me at my email: lumidumitru@yahoo.com or call at: 561-542-0779

Thank you!

Best,

Luminita

Hello, I am researching and wanting to get in to medical aesthetics. Any recommendations on training courses?
What are the best ways to get started if I just want to start small having a few clients?

01.19 | Unregistered Commenterwil bailey

@wil bailey: depending on the state you are in and based on the regulationss you need to go to school and become licensed as an esthetician in order to do any aesthetic procedures under the supervision of a physician! as i said it depends on your state rules and regulations. look it up on Google. goodluck!

The first step is to get your license. Post graduate education is more difficult to find. Most education being offered currently is through manufacturers which can be a really good thing if it's a quality line. Don't expect your physician to educate you, they want you ready to go when your hired. And be cautious of using "medical" aesthetician as most states don't recognize this. Research more! Good luck!

02.27 | Unregistered Commenterhersey

I started with getting my esthetics license in the state I reside in and was lucky enough to get training through employment at a plastic surgeon's office. It saved me time and money for going to another facility elsewhere. I may be a rare and lucky circumstance but it has worked for me. After the initial employment and training my resume is all experience because in the esthetics field that is what really makes the difference. Good luck :)

We are looking to hire an experienced licensed aesthetician. We have a new facility in a well-to-do area just north of NYC, about a 30 minute train ride from the city. The physician leading the medispa practice is doing toxins and fillers, but will be introducing a new exciting technology in the near future and the aesthetician will be trained to perform those procedures. The aesthetician will have her/his own following and will refer patients to the doctor, and the doctor will refer her clients as well to the aesthetician. The doctor also has internal medicine patients that would be referred to the aesthetician for skin analysis and procedures. The aesthetician will also reach out to local businesses, primarily beauty salon and health clubs, to market his/her services and the doctor's.

Please send resumes to barwest2@aol.com.

05.15 | Unregistered Commenterbarwest2

If you want to do facials, micros and peels in most states you need to be an Esthetician, However if you only want to do Botox and other injectables you don't need to be licensed and as a nurse you should be able to be trained to do so.

09.5 | Unregistered CommenterVahid

To whom it may concern:

I'm an Esthethician with 14 years of experience , performing different types of facials , like photo.lighting facials, peels of different range , microdermabrasion body treatments ...I would like to learn new things that makes me very exited.
I also enjoy communicating with clients and recommending the right products for their needs.

10.5 | Unregistered CommenterJanneth

Hi Janneth. Please send your resume to barwest2@aol.com. Thanks.

10.6 | Unregistered Commenterbarwest2

I am a recently Licensed Esthetician in Indiana. I am certified in microdermabrasion also. My desire is to work for a plastic surgeon. I would be very interested in speaking to anyone about an open position in Evansville area.

10.8 | Unregistered CommenterKaylinW

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