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New Esthetician Services Offered at Cerritos College Cosmetology Salon
Starting January 2014, the Cerritos College Esthetician program will offer new services in the salon. New services include: a variety of facials: paraffin, acne, Ultrasonic, and Microcurrent, chemical exfoliant treatments, and Microdermabrasion.
In addition to the new Esthetician services, the Cerritos College Cosmetology Salon includes typical Cosmetology services such as: make-up application, hair removal, artificial lash services, haircuts, hairstyling, hair coloring, manicures, pedicures, repair treatments, and chemical services.
Before each Esthetician service, the client receives a complementary skin care analysis consultation. Our students analyze the client’s skin, discuss concerns, and develops a treatment plan to meet their needs.
The students will learn how to use the new products from company, Bio-Therapeutic. The tool, the “BT-Analyze”
The tool can determine is skin is hydrated, inadequately hydrated, or overly hydrated. This information is useful for estheticians because dehydrated skin, or lack of water, is a condition that can be seen with all skin types..
“Since dehydrated skin can affect every skin type, estheticians need to be able to recognize the signs of dehydration. This is different than dry skin that is lacking oil,” said Esthetician Instructor, Madeline Bettencourt. “The “BT-Analyze”
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
The Cerritos College Cosmetology Program’s mission is to prepare students for a career. Cerritos College Cosmetology offers both Cosmetology and Esthetician programs. The Cosmetology program provides students with the skills to cut, color, perm, straighten, and braid hair, manicure, pedicure, and skin care as well as other applications and techniques. The Esthetician program provides students with the skills to analyze skin, perform facials, massages, extractions, make-up, and how to treat skin.
The Cosmetology Program consists of 1600 clocked hours, of which 75% is spent performing hands-on applications. The Esthetician Program consists of 600 clocked hours, of which 75% is spent performing hands-on applications. The program also houses a salon which is open to the public and prepares students for their career by providing real life training.
Have you considering a career in Cosmetology?