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Landing a Job as a Medical Aesthetician

estheticianAs an aesthetician working in your field, you are probably accustomed to performing facials, chemical peels, waxing and tweezing, body wraps, and more. Sometimes that can be enough for one person, but other times aestheticians want to add other expertise to their experience so that they can offer more to their clients and make more of an income.

Medical aestheticians are trained to perform a variety of IPL (intense pulsed light) and cosmetic laser, radiofrequency, and microdermabrasion treatments in order to rejuvenate client’s skin on a deeper level. Types of treatments performed can include laser hair reduction, photofacials, laser tattoo removal, laser wrinkle reduction, and many more.

When aestheticians add a title of “medical aesthetician” along with the proper expertise along with it, they are able to benefit from treating more clients and earning more money through offering more skincare treatments.

In recent job listings for “medical aestheticians,” we came across the following wanted ads:

1. “Seeking a medical aesthetician who is capable of performing customized facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasions, micropeels, laser skin rejuvenation and laser hair reduction to our patients. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the skin and provide safe and effective treatments to improve the health and appearance of the patient’s skin. Excellent communication skills as well as product and service knowledge is necessary.”

2. “Full time for medical aesthetician who has held practice with ​Laser Hair Reduction, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), Laser Treatment of Leg Veins, Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion, and, RF SkinTightening/​Fat Reduction.”

There are TONS of job openings out there with listings such as these, and medical aesthetician school is able to help you gain the knowledge, skills, and certification you need in order to apply.

laser faceNational Laser Institute is a medical aesthetician school that offers aestheticians cosmetic laser training and certification. Our comprehensive laser course is by far our most popular among aestheticians seeking our medical aesthetician careers because it includes hands-on training training with a variety of laser, IPL, and radiofrequency technologies including laser hair reduction, photofacials, laser wrinkle reduction, stretch mark removal, and more. Medical aesthetician school at National Laser Institute can be completed with this two-week certification course.

Learn more about our medical aesthetician courses or explore other training options below! To contact National Laser Institute, simply call 800.982.6817 or fill out the form on your right!

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