Aesthetician and Skin Care

Professional skin care experts, sometimes referred to as aestheticians, treat adverse skin conditions and help enhance the skin's appearance. This field offers self-employment opportunities for those who desire autonomy and flexibility. Read on to learn more about possible career paths.

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Skin care professionals typically work with a variety of clients in salons and spas, as well as in physicians' offices. Some aestheticians choose to rent space in established salons, while other aestheticians open their own businesses.

Aestheticians may administer treatments for mild to moderate acne, rosacea, wrinkles, brown spots, sun damage, large pores and dry skin. Some of the treatments could include facials and mild micro dermabrasion. Skin care professionals often sell products to clients to use in-between visits, which may increase the consultants' sales volume and income.

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