Chemical Peel and Microderm
$690.00

This two-day course is designed for licensed professionals looking to increase their skin care service menu. Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion have become a staple of the esthetics profession. Clients are in need of these treatments and you’ll learn everything you need to deliver overall healthier, smoother, more youthful skin, including techniques for anti-aging, hyperpigmentation, and acne and oily skin.

In this class, the theory of different types of chemical peels and microdermabrasion will be discussed, followed by hands-on practice and application of the peel and the diamond tip machine. In addition to learning a variety of techniques, you’ll also learn how to combine microdermabrasion with other treatments and products, as well as chemical peels.

You will learn the physiological reactions of peeling agents on the skin, as well as the contraindications and how to determine what procedures are suitable for each skin type and condition. Certificate of attendance will be given upon successful comprehension and completion.

Classes are held Monday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

2017 Dates:

FEB 13th & 15th Registration Deadline: JAN 30th
APR 10th & 12th Registration Deadline: MAR 27th
JUN 19th & 21st Registration Deadline: JUN 5th
AUG 21st & 23rd Registration Deadline: AUG 7th
OCT 16th & 18th Registration Deadline: OCT 2nd
DEC 18th & 20th Registration Deadline: DEC 4th

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Take an advanced beauty course to further your skills

TO REGISTER:
By Phone: 412-561-3381 (or)
Fax the completed registration form to 412-561-3415.
A non-refundable $100.00 deposit is required to hold your spot in the class.

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Please be advised that these courses taken on a standalone basis are not transferable to a program leading to state licensure. Please check with your state for licensing requirements. These CE Classes are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid. Students are not offered the same student services offered to students and graduates of larger programs.