Upon completion of a state-approved training program, estheticians can work in salons, spas, and resorts. One is qualified to go into cosmetics marketing, beauty consulting, or even the medical community. A medical esthetician assists a plastic or cosmetic surgeon with post-surgery healing in an effort to reduce scarring. This career path may require further training.
To begin the process of licensing, you must complete 6oo hours of training which can take up to 6 months. Once this training is completed, you must pass a state licensing exam.
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