True transformation begins, not simply by covering up blemishes, but by revitalizing the very fabric of beauty – the skin. Providing a thorough understanding of skin care techniques and products, Xenon’s Esthetics program can equip you with the knowledge and experience you desire for a long and successful career.
Course of Study
A complete esthetics program requires an in-depth knowledge of a variety of disciplines, and hinges on the ability to learn and perfect proper techniques. In addition to fostering an understanding of several the components of the facial process, Xenon’s Esthetics courses can also reveal effective waxing practices and outline regenerative treatments for repairing skin cells around even the most-difficult parts of the body.
Through the examination of the fundamental principles of Esthetics; anatomy, physiology and basic chemistry, you can gain a complete understanding of how treatments and technology, daily care and proper protection can work together to not only preserve the skin, but restore it to create a long-lasting, healthier look.
- Skin Resurfacing
- Preventative and Corrective Procedures
- The Art of Cosmetics
- Spa Body Treatments
- Skin and Spa Industry Marketing
- Client Communication
- Income Strategies
Pivot Point Member School
Xenon Academy is a proud Pivot Point Member School. We utilize the Salon Fundamentals Esthetics Textbook, Student Study Guide and State Board Exam Prep Books (release date 2010). We also use the Salon Success and Salon Success Business Planner. The 4 Book Set is $220.00 and is part of your Esthetics Student Kit.
Salon Fundamentals’ student-friendly strategies, combines with groundbreaking learning tools, are designed to help students direct their thinking, improve memory, retain what they learn and manage information. This means students are inspired because we help them tap into their natural intelligence and gain confidence.
Teachers make a difference by using our built-in learning system that is constantly engaging students through thought-provoking tools that make learning easier, providing help for exams, and introducing case studies that show how all of this works in the real world.
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