Chemical Peels Course

This training is a hybrid online + hands-on training, led by SBMA Instructor Jenn Britto.

Chemical peels are chemical or organic solutions that are applied to the skin to exfoliate at different depths to achieve results. Chemical peels damage the skin in a controlled manner, to make new cells come to the surface so the damaged skin regenerates. This promotes improved appearance, smooths fine lines and wrinkles, brightens and evens skin tone, regulates acne, softens scar tissue and PIH, lifts pigmentation, and strengthens the skin barrier function.

Chemical peels are used to treat a variety of skin conditions. They are most commonly used to treat acne, hyper- pigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, scarring, and actinic keratosis.

The Focus of the Chemical Peels Course for Estheticians is to provide an in- depth study of the science and techniques utilized in this modality, with a conscious effort to ensure utilizing this modality within the scope of practice of and Esthetician in the State of Colorado.

Honing in on the benefits and contraindications of Chemical Peels, each student will learn the proper techniques, best tools and products as well as a comprehensive treatment plan to be able to confidently educate and perform Chemical Peels on their clientele.

Upon Completion of the Chemical Peels Course for Estheticians at the School of Botanical and Medical Aesthetics, the student will earn a 24-hour certificate.


Tuesday, July 6th – Chemical Peels 1: Live Zoom 10am-12pm

Thursday, July 8th – Chemical Peels 2: Live Zoom 10am-12pm

Monday, July 12th – In-person hands on trades Day 1 – 10am-6:30pm

Monday, July 26th – In-person hands on trades Day 2 – 10am-6:30pm

Tuition: $425 

Deposit: $50 to secure your place (goes towards tuition | remainder due a week before class begins)

Instructors: Jenn Britto

Prerequisite: Licensed Esthetician or Cosmetologist & Professional Liability Insurance