Skincare specialists cleanse and beautify the face and body to enhance a person’s appearance.
Skincare specialists give facials, full-body treatments, and head and neck massages to improve the health and appearance of the skin. Some may provide other skincare treatments, such as peels, masks, and scrubs, to remove dead or dry skin. In addition to working with clients, skincare specialists create daily skincare routines based on skin analysis and help clients understand which skincare products will work best for them. A growing number of specialists actively sell skincare products, such as cleansers, lotions, and creams. Those who operate their own salons have managerial duties that include hiring, firing, and supervising workers, as well as keeping business and inventory records, ordering supplies, and arranging for advertising.
- Skincare specialist
Skincare specialist can work in a variety of settings such as personal care services, offices of physicians, health and personal care stores, and other amusement and recreation industries.
Employment of skincare specialists is projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2024.
The average wage for this career is $16.11 hourly, or $33,500 annually plus tips.
Location and Hours:
- The English Center (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- Lindsey Hopkins Technical College (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- Miami Senior Adult Education Center (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- Miami Springs Adult Education Center (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- North Miami Adult Education Center (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- Robert Morgan Educational Center & Technical College (Certificate – 1200 Hours)
- South Dade Technical College (Certificate – 260 Hours)
- Southwest Adult Education Center (Certificate – 260 Hours)