Become an Aesthetician at All Beauty College
At All Beauty College, we are proud to offer a wide range of beauty school options for those who have a love for all things cosmetology-related. With a wide range of academic programs available, we are proud to be your choice cosmetology school in the greater Kingman, Fort Mohave and Lake Havasu areas. If you’re interested in learning more about what it takes to become a licensed aesthetician in Arizona, —we’ve got you covered.
What is an Aesthetician?
An aesthetician or esthetician is a beauty professional who specializes in skincare. These licensed professionals provide a wide range of beauty treatments and skincare services including facials, hair removal, makeup applications and much more. These beauty and skincare professionals may work in a variety of different facilities including medical offices, hospitals, medispas and day spas. To earn your license in Arizona, you must complete vocational or post-secondary training from an accredited institution like All Beauty College that has been approved by the state.
In certain settings, an aesthetician may work alongside a dermatologist but are most often found in day spas and medispa settings. Some of the most common beauty services an aesthetician may offer include:
- Skin Therapies
- Anti-Aging Treatments
- Skin Condition Treatment (acne, eczema, etc.)
- Deep Pore Cleansing
- Facial Exfoliation
- Waxing and Sugaring
- Light Chemical Peels
- And More
Skin therapies offered by a licensed aesthetician are typically used as a relaxing treatment or to target a specific skin problem like acne, dry skin or eczema. This type of treatment may include facials and massages and can be enjoyed by anyone looking for a bit of relaxation.
More advanced therapies such as anti-aging treatments are usually offered to a specific clientele. Additionally, aestheticians may be required to treat previously diagnosed skin conditions like acne or eczema. However, they are not qualified to diagnose any unknown conditions and must refer their clients to a dermatologist for further screening.
Education Requirements for an Aesthetician or Esthetician
Similar to cosmetology, to obtain an aesthetician’s license, you will be required to train at a cosmetology school or a community/technical college. Here you will earn either a specialist certificate, diploma or 2-year degree. Typically, full-time programs can take anywhere from 4 months to 2 years to complete and often include an internship. At ABC, we offer the following units of instruction:
- Career Essentials
- Science of Skincare
- Treatment and Services
- Diseases and Skin Disorders
- Management, Sanitation, and Safety
- Oral, Written and Practical Testing
- Entering the Workforce
- Arizona State Board Rules and Regulations
- Arizona Cosmetology Law
Our 600-hour program is designed to be completed at a minimum of 15 weeks from your start date to a maximum of 6 months from your start date. Instruction is offered in a classroom setting from Monday through Friday.
Learn More About Our Aesthetics Program Today
Interested in learning more about aesthetics training in Kingman, Fort Mohave or Lake Havasu? Call (928) 692-8802 or visit us online today to schedule an appointment with our administration team.