Prepayment for 20 session – Beauty Therapist Diploma Course & Holistic Therapies

$250.00

What Will You Learn?
The Beauty Therapist Diploma Course takes you beyond just being able to make someone look good. It looks at beauty from the inside out, giving you the knowledge of how internal problems can affect the external body and how you can provide your clients with a service that not just makes them look great on the outside but feel amazing on the inside.

Course Fee – $2500 Less Deposit

A Registration Deposit of $250 is due when you register to secure a seat in the course which is payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”

The remaining balance of $2250 is paid to the course instructor on or before the day of class instruction with money order or cashiers check payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”

Note: A 10%  discount on the course fee balance is available for students who pay with cash.

All our training course prices are inclusive, so no hidden charges!

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A holistic beauty therapist is a trained individual that is able to provide a number of treatments to their clients, making them look and feel amazing.
Many begin their career working in a salon after qualifying as it allows them to gain valuable experience and potentially specialise in one area of beauty.
However, that’s not to say they can only be trained in one area. Beauty therapists can be trained to carry out a range of treatments, from spray tanning to massages. In this post we’ll

look at what those specialisms are, and the products you’ll need to kick start your own career.

What types of beauty treatments are there?

In the beauty industry, there’s quite a selection of different treatments available to train and specialise in, such as waxing, tanning, facials, manicures and holistic therapies. Through your training you’ll be able to explore them all, allowing you to discover which area you are truly passionate about so you can study it further.

In preparation for your beauty studies, we’ve put together some of our top products picks that you’ll find useful to get you started.
Holistic Therapies are rapidly growing in popularity as more and more people look to seek out a more holistic approach to healing. Use these powerful fully accredited courses to build knowledge and skills to help yourself and your family and friends.

Beyond that, holistic skin care training can expand an esthetician’s realm of expertise to include healthy, natural products and non-invasive skin care treatments. Holistic approaches to skin care consider the health of the whole person, including nutrition, lifestyle and emotional factors, including types of skin and skin conditions; holistic skin care products and procedures; sanitation; and professional practice. Advanced or master training will also include in-depth study of skin science and how it connects to overall health and lifestyle, as well as more complex chemical and medical procedures and holistic, non-damaging treatments.

Career Overview

As an esthetician with holistic skin care training, your practice will emphasize the maintenance of healthy skin as a reflection of inner health, and promote the use of natural products and holistic approaches over invasive surgical techniques or abrasive dermatological treatments. An important part of treating clients is selecting an appropriate skin care program for each individual’s skin type and lifestyle. Graduates of holistic skin care school often find work in day spas, salons, resorts and complementary health care centers. Average Length of Study
Some holistic skin care schools offer a 300- to 600-hour basic program in just a few months. Master-level training takes another 600 hours. If you already hold an esthetician license, it takes about 60 continuing education hours to finish holistic skin care training.
Average Tuition
Tuition for introductory program 150 hours $3000 & 280 hours osts $5,000.
Completion of the 600-hour basic holistic skin care training program costs between $8,000, and training for the full 1200-hour master level may cost up to $15,000.
Holistic Skin Care Certification
Individual states vary with respect to how many hours of training are required in order to practice under an esthetics or cosmetology license, but 600 hours of training is enough for a Basic Esthetician License in the majority of states. The National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributors & Associations (NCEA) recommends the 1200-hour curriculum or its equivalent for NCEA certification. Holistic Skincare Practitioner Certification is also available from the Association for Holistic Skin Care Practitioners.

Career Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ current Occupational Outlook Handbook, there is increasing interest in skin treatments that promote relaxation and well-being, and employment of estheticians is predicted to grow 11% through 2028. Job opportunities will be better for estheticians who are able to provide a broad range of services, including treatments that require holistic skincare training.

Holistic Skin Care Salary
According to the BLS, the median national annual salary for skincare specialists is $31,290, but practitioners with more advanced credentials, such as master-level holistic skincare training, often command higher wages. Actual salaries may vary greatly based on specialization within the field, location, years of experience and a variety of other factors.
Is a Holistic Skin Care Career Right for You?
A holistic approach to a career as an esthetician means attending to your clients’ inner health and well-being as well as the care of their skin. You’ll need to be comfortable with interpersonal interaction and physical contact, as well as observant about skin conditions and knowledgeable about natural treatments. Ultimately, holistic skin care training can lead to an extremely rewarding career helping people reduce stress, improve the health of their skin, and increase their overall wellness both inside and out.

Skin Care Program FUNDAMENTALS

Basic Fundaments for Esthetician a) History of Industry
. Famous Estheticians
. Why to Study

. Life Skills
. The Psychology of Success
. Study Skills
. Managing your Career
. Goal Settings
. Time Management
. Professional Standards
. Personality Development and Attitude
. Why study the importance of your Professional Image . Beauty and Wellness
. Appearances Count!
. Your Physical Presentation
. Professional Conduct

1. Infection Control Principles and Practice
. Why Study the Importance of your Professional Image .Regulation
. Principles of Infection
. Principles of Prevention
. Universal and Standard Precautions
. The Professional Salon Image
. Procedures

2. The Basics of Hair, Skin and Nails Why Study Anatomy and Physiology . Cells
. Tissues

. Organ and Body System . The Skeletal System
. The Muscular System
. The Nervous System

. The Circulatory System
. The Lymphatic Immune System . The Endocrine System
. The Digestive System
. The Excretory System
.The Integumentary System
. The Reproductive System

3. Why Study Physiology and Histology of Skin . Skin Facts
. Skin Functions
. Layers of The Skin

. Hair Anatomy . Nerves
. Glands
. Skin Health

4. Disorders and Disease of The Skin
. Why Study Disorders and Diseases of The Skin . Dermatology and Esthetics
. Lesion s of The Skin
. Disorder of Sebaceous (oil) Glands
. Disorder of The Sudoriferous (sweat) Glands
. Inflammation of The Skin
. Pigmentation Disorder
. Hypertrophies of The Sin
. Contagious Diseases
. Skin Cancer
. Acne

5. Nutrition
. Why Study Nutrition
. Nutrition Recommendation
. Nutrition for The Skin
. Macronutrients
. Micronutrients (Vitamins and Minerals) . Nutrition and Esthetics

. Water and The Skin
. Self-Care and The Esthetician

7. Practical
Why Study Communication Success . Human Relations
. Communication Basics
. The Client Consultation
. Special Issues in Communication
. In-Salon Communications

8. Basics of Electricity
. Why Study Basics of Electricity
. Electrical Equipment Safety
. Electrotherapy
. Light Energy Lasers and LED(Light Emitting Diode) . Skin Types Are Genetically Determined
. Sensitive Skin

9. The Fitzpatrick Scale
. Diverse Skin Pigmentation
. Skin Types vs. Skin Conditions . Factors That Affect The Skin
. Healthy Habits for The Skin
. Contraindications
. Client Consultation
. Performing a Skin Analysis
. Procedures

10. The Treatment Room
. Why Study The Treatment Room
. The Esthetician Presentation
. Creating Professional Atmosphere
. Furniture Equipment and Room Set Up
. Supplies, Disposables and Products
. Three Part Procedure
. Room Preparation
. After The Facial: Documentation Procedures
. Saving Resources and Money with Green Practices . Procedures

12. Facial Treatments
. Why Study Facial Treatments
. Facial Treatment Benefits
. Esthetician Skills and Techniques . Treatment and Client Preparation

. Key Elements of The Basic Facial Treatment
. The Mini Facial
. Treatments for Different Skin Types and Conditions . Acne Facials
. Men Skin Care
. Procedures

13. STEPS FOR THE BASIC FACIAL Eye Makeup and Lipstick Removal Applying Cleansing Products Removing Cleansing Products

Steam or Warm Towels
Exfoliation (Manual or Mechanical)
Extractions
Galvanic, High Frequency, Micro Current, etc.
Massage* (Only with Acne apply white clay and red light) Treatment Mask
Mask Removal
Toner
Serum or Cream
Eye and Lip Balm
Extractions
. Prepare Pads
. Prepare Skin
. Wrap Index Fingers
. Perform Extractions
. Dispose Used Materials

14. Facial Machines
. Why Study Facial Machines . Electrotherapy
. Hot Towel Cabinet
. Magnifying Lamp
. Wood’s Lamp
. Rotary Brush
. Steamer
. Vacuum Machine
. Galvanic Current
. High Frequency Machine
. Spray Machine
. Paraffin Wax Heater
. Electric Mitts and Boots
. Purchasing Equipment

15.Advanced Topics and Treatments
. Why Study Advanced Topics and Treatments

. Chemical Exfoliation . Microdermabrasion
. Laser Technology
. Light Therapy

. Microcurrent Machines
. Ultrasound and Ultrasonic Technology . Spa Body Treatments
. Cellulitis
. Manual Lymph Drainage
. Medical Aesthetics

16. Facial Massage
. Why Study Facial Massage
. The Benefits of Massage
. Incorporating Massage During Facial Treatments . Massage Contraindications
. Type of Massage Movement
. The Dr. Jacquet Movement
. Alternative Massage Techniques
. Basic Facial Massage Techniques
. Procedure

17. Hair Removal
. Why Study Hair Removal
. Morphology of The Hair
. Hair Growth Cycle
. Characteristics and Differences in Hair Growth
. Methods of Hair Removal
. Temporary Hair Removal Methods
. Waxing Techniques and Products
. Room Preparation and Supplies
. Contraindication for Hair Removal
. Clients Consultation
. General Waxing Products
.Procedures
18. Basics of Chemistry (Ingredients, Essential Oils, Aromatherapy) Why Study Chemistry
. Chemistry
. Matter
. Potential Hydrogen (PH)
. Chemical Reactions
. Chemistry as Applied to Cosmetics
19. Skin Care Products
. Why Study Skin Care Products
. Cosmetic Chemistry
. Product Safety

. Ingredients
. Aromatherapy
. Ingredients for Mature Skin . Product Selection
. Home Care Products
. Choose a Product Line

20. The Skin Care Business
. Why Study Skin Care Business

. Going in to Business for yourself
. The Importance of Keeping Good Records . Operating a Successful Ski Business
. Public Relations
Selling Products and Services
. Why Study Selling Products and Services
. Selling in The Skin Care Salon
. Know your Products and Services
. Merchandising
. Marketing
. Client Value
. Building a Clientele
. Client Retention
. Closing The Sale
. Marketing your Success