Skin Care Program
Become a licensed esthetician in the state of Florida after graduating from our esthetician course at Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School (FLMAIS), the new name of Florida Medical College. Our Skin Care Program provides training in aesthetics and skin care, teaching students the biological foundation and maintenance of the skin by learning correct cleansing methods, massage, lymphatic drainage and the use of aesthetic machines and devices.
Students in our Skin Care Program will also become skilled at several cosmetic treatments such as make-up application, color analysis, ear piercing, lash & brow tinting, and waxing. In addition, students will learn the composition and effects of cosmetics and different aspects of the cosmeceutical field. Moreover, students will learn the process of applying light-weight natural eyelash extensions.
About the Program
The Skin Care program at Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School consists of 192.5 theory hours (academic study) and 67.5 hours of hands-on instruction and practical, applied skin care treatments. [/text]
This skin care program is approved by the Commission for Independent Education and the Florida Board of Cosmetology, and after students meet all course requirements, they can register their respective license as a Facial Specialist in the State of Florida.
Complete in as little as 2 months, if you choose to take the course full time or between three(3) to four(4) months if you choose to enroll in it part time. Applicants to this program must possess a High School Diploma or equivalency and be of at least 18 years of age. The Skin Care program at Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School is complying with current regulation for Facial Specialist program in Florida.
Where to work
Graduates from FLMAIS, also have opportunities to work in Medical spas and dermatology offices, but beauty salons and spas are the most common places where Facial specialists work. Some of our graduates go on to becoming entrepreneurs, because we prepare them in business administration and learn Florida law and regulations. Estheticians are professionals who can work anywhere aesthetic services are offered, even in medical clinics as part of the client’s rehabilitation process.