APPROVED AS A VOCATIONAL PROGRAM UNDER THE PRIVATE CAREER COLLEGES ACT, 2005
At Elite College, the secret is in our name – we’re a group of elite trainers who train people just like you to become an elite in the world of beauty therapy. We offer full spectrum training – from the basics of an effective consultation to win the trust of your client, to hands on, real life experiences in all of our medical aesthetics courses.
As a one of the leading educational and career
guidance producers in beauty industry, Elite College we
are proud to announce that we bring you the Medical
Aesthetic Diploma which the pathway to Advance
Competency in Beauty and Cosmetic Industry. Our
prime objective is to provide an individual with both
academic and practical techniques by addressing the
non-invasive cosmetic and aesthetic. We cover all the
topics mentioned under the course outline in depth and
ensure the training graduates have the sufficient
technical skills, clinical skills, ethic, procedural skills and
consultation skills to focus for a career in medical
aesthetics industry and alongside with cosmetic
practices in beauty industry.
Work Line of a Laser/ Medical Esthetician
A medical esthetician is trained to provide cosmetic skin care and skin treatments for
their clients. This can be ranging from mud facials and massages to Botox injections and
Laser removal treatments. Medical estheticians help patients with skin conditions, skin
traumas and aging skin to heal and rejuvenate the appearance of the skin. They also
can administrate chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser therapy.
Where do Medical Estheticians Work?
A medical esthetician may be employed by a hospital, medical practice, or any
healthcare facility. Additionally, medical estheticians may also work in salons or
spas. Plastic surgeons and dermatologists commonly employ medical estheticians to
perform procedures including medical chemical peels, exfoliation, and photofacials
under their supervision.
Medical estheticians may also be self-employed entrepreneurs who contract their
services to medical practices. If you desire to take the entrepreneurial route, once you
are a trained and licensed medical esthetician, you can look for a physician who is not
currently in the medical esthetics industry to partner with. The ideal physician partner
has a busy practice that does not offer cosmetic medicine.
Growth of the Industry
As per the latest projected job growth from 2012 to 2022 according worldwide research
Labor Statistics is 40% and increasing for all skin care specialists.