Congratulations, you’ve completed the Fundamental Aesthetics course and have your esthetician license. You’ve mastered the basics like makeup applications, facials and waxing, and you’re an expert on the epidermis. Now what?
Why AP Aesthetics?
Graduating from AP Aesthetics not only advances your career to the next level, but can lead to:
Greater diversity in work environment choices, which expands to include more professional medical/clinical settings like plastic surgeons’ offices, medspas, dermatologists’ offices and more;
Training in the most popular, cutting edge treatments available today;
Potential for enhanced job satisfaction, where treatments are corrective, results are visible and your care can directly impact clients’ self-esteem.
According to our very own AP Aesthetics instructor Symone Warford, this course is for students and practicing professionals aspiring to transition out of relaxing skin care treatments and into more aggressive, corrective treatment offerings. For Symone, it’s been especially rewarding to be a part of more transformative, results-oriented care, where she can actually see the improvements made to skin and the impact she’s had on a client. Hear more about the AP program from Symone here.
About AP Aesthetics
The great news is, AP Aesthetics doesn’t require a lengthy time commitment. At Aesthetics Academy, we’ve designed an accelerated course that’s shorter than those found at other schools in the region. In fact, students can complete our advanced-level course in just three months!
AP Aesthetics* was designed to expand upon knowledge built during Fundamental Aesthetics training and provide more in-depth instruction. Upon graduation, our AP students are competent in the following popular services:
LED light therapy
*Must complete Fundamental Aesthetics as a prerequisite.
NEW: Two Courses in One
Aesthetics Academy is excited to announce its latest offering, a combined course called “Comprehensive Aesthetics,” which will give motivated students the option to register for both Fundamental and AP Aesthetics together and graduate in just over six months.