Cosmetology: Illinois Esthetician CE Package
17.50
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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Facial Extractions 1
    In this course, students will learn about properly performing facial extractions during a client service. The course will cover facial extraction performed in salons, spas, and medical offices and when this service is recommended. Students will learn what questions to ask clients before performing the service, proper safety and preparation before, during, and after the service and what to expect following facial extractions. At the conclusion of the course, students will be more knowledgeable about facial extraction procedures in various professional environments and how to apply what they have learned.
  • Intro to Oncology Esthetics by a Survivor 1
    This course will help assist each student in understanding cancer in its simplest form. In addition to gaining an understanding of the fundamentals of Cancer, this course will also include the stages of Cancer, Cancer treatments and the side effects. The learner will also be able to recognize alternatives to help your client while he or she is undergoing cancer treatments and
    empower each student with the knowledge to perform informal skin cancer checks within the treatment room.
  • Mechanical Exfoliation/Microdermabrasion 1
    Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive mechanical form of skin resurfacing. The term is intended to indicate dermal abrasion, which takes on a smaller, or less intense, degree. This course will define the role and function of the skin’s layers as they relate to microdermabrasion. In addition, this course will explain the differences between crystal and diamond microdermabrasion equipment and describe the processes associated with microdermabrasion treatments.
  • Todays Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatments 2
    Today, anti-aging treatments are the most popular service requested from estheticians, with hyperpigmentation being the second.  Skin care professionals must understand their profession is one of life-long learning because advances in skin care ingredients, procedures, technologies, and therapies are constantly being improved and modernized. This course will discuss the components of skin and compare and contrast chemical peels, resurfacing, and microdermabrasion anti-aging treatments. Additionally, this course will identify at least three skin conditions that anti-aging treatments help to improve and identify the five procedures to perform an anti-aging treatment.

Illinois Esthetician CE Package - 5 Hours

17.50

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Facial Extractions 1
    In this course, students will learn about properly performing facial extractions during a client service. The course will cover facial extraction performed in salons, spas, and medical offices and when this service is recommended. Students will learn what questions to ask clients before performing the service, proper safety and preparation before, during, and after the service and what to expect following facial extractions. At the conclusion of the course, students will be more knowledgeable about facial extraction procedures in various professional environments and how to apply what they have learned.
  • Intro to Oncology Esthetics by a Survivor 1
    This course will help assist each student in understanding cancer in its simplest form. In addition to gaining an understanding of the fundamentals of Cancer, this course will also include the stages of Cancer, Cancer treatments and the side effects. The learner will also be able to recognize alternatives to help your client while he or she is undergoing cancer treatments and
    empower each student with the knowledge to perform informal skin cancer checks within the treatment room.
  • Mechanical Exfoliation/Microdermabrasion 1
    Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive mechanical form of skin resurfacing. The term is intended to indicate dermal abrasion, which takes on a smaller, or less intense, degree. This course will define the role and function of the skin’s layers as they relate to microdermabrasion. In addition, this course will explain the differences between crystal and diamond microdermabrasion equipment and describe the processes associated with microdermabrasion treatments.
  • Todays Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatments 2
    Today, anti-aging treatments are the most popular service requested from estheticians, with hyperpigmentation being the second.  Skin care professionals must understand their profession is one of life-long learning because advances in skin care ingredients, procedures, technologies, and therapies are constantly being improved and modernized. This course will discuss the components of skin and compare and contrast chemical peels, resurfacing, and microdermabrasion anti-aging treatments. Additionally, this course will identify at least three skin conditions that anti-aging treatments help to improve and identify the five procedures to perform an anti-aging treatment.