What is a Medical Esthetician?
Many prospective students apply to Dermal Science International Aesthetics & Nail Academy often ask – what exactly is a medical esthetician and what do they actually do? Technically speaking, the term ‘medical esthetician’ is actually a misnomer – as the role is really as an esthetician that happens to work in the medical profession.
The esthetician role is in high demand in the medical profession, as they stand at the intersection of beauty, new anti-aging products and technologies and advances in medicine. For example, estheticians often work in the medical field with Dermatologists. For example, Alix Strauss, a journalist with Charlotte’s Book highlights the experiences of an esthetician – Jordan Mattioni (“a licensed medical esthetician who works with cosmetic dermatologists Dr. Julie Karen and Dr. Elizabeth Hale” in New York). “Like many in-office estheticians, Ms. Mattioli gives advanced, noninvasive facials, and incorporates therapies like ultrasound, microcurrent, LED light therapy, peels and lasers into her treatments. Ms. Mattioni notes, “I also get to attend medical professional-only conventions, symposiums, meetings, and conferences for continuing education,” she explains, “so there’s an added level of medical understanding I bring to my patients.”” (To read, ‘Why Medical Estheticians Make the Perfect Threesome’ on the Charlotte’s Book web site, click here).
The Dermal Science International Aesthetics & Nails Academy can open doors and lead to a rewarding career in the high paying health and beauty industry. Expert training and education, like graduates of Dermal Science International Aesthetics & Nails Academy receive, can mean the difference between being treated and paid as a beautician or becoming a respected aesthetician, a master at administering facials, laser treatments, make-up artistry, skin care, and much more.
Our instructors are committed since day one to providing excellent training for potential aestheticians. Becoming an aesthetician means more than simply learning how to perform body scrubs, chemical peels, and how to apply make-up, becoming an aesthetician means that you must learn the artistry and science behind the high-end beauty industry. We now offer potential aestheticians of all backgrounds a once in a lifetime opportunity, the opportunity to become a master of aesthetics, whether you’re a novice with a desire to learn a life long career, or a beauty industry veteran looking to increase your income and to master your profession. We offers personalized, expert training in the Washington D.C./Baltimore Metro area that you won’t find anywhere else.
Our Founder, Shiva Vahid, began her celebrated career as a beauty therapist at the world-renowned Gleneagles Club in London and at the 5 star health and beauty center in London’s Dolphin Square and Steiner companies.
How Dermal Science International Aesthetics and Nails Academy Can Equip You to Stand Apart from the Other Job Candidates?
The best way to learn is to take a hands-on approach. At Dermal Science International Aesthetics & Nails Academy, we keep our classes small by design so that each and every student receives the individualized attention that is vital to achieving true expertise in the field of aesthetics. We don’t just teach aesthetics basics, we teach our students to become true aestheticians, skilled, experienced therapists that are both trained and ready to make their mark in this industry.
The exclusive courses at Dermal Science International Aesthetics & Nails Academy have been designed to engage and train students from all levels of the aesthetics industry, teaching novices who are interested in learning the basics and advanced practitioners and accomplished aestheticians looking to enhance their professional skills and to advance their careers. Our graduates experience success early in their careers and have a high level of professional placement even while attending the school. We are conveniently located in Reston Virginia, just steps from the Silver Line Reston Metro Station (Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station). Visit us or call our friendly Admissions team at 703.910.2323. You will be glad you did.
Looking for more information on Medical Estheticians? Read: Why Medical Estheticians Work With Dermatologists.