WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
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- Mountain Mobile Massage and Spa.
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- The Boston Bodyworkers LLC.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What does an esthetician do?
An esthetician is trained in administering skin care services, manicures, pedicures, various hair removal methods including depilatory and laser hair removal, and other spa services, as well. In terms of skincare, estheticians can do anything from spray tanning to offering non-invasive skincare treatments through facials, applying beauty products, and even using facial machines such as steamers and brushes to clean, exfoliate, and hydrate the skin. They can also offer spa treatments like mud body wraps and other skincare techniques that help restore and repair the skin.
How does someone become an esthetician?
To become an esthetician, one must complete an esthetics training program after obtaining a high school diploma or equivalency. An introductory esthetics course will cover services like manicures, pedicures, facials, depilatory services, and more. Spa services may require additional training courses. For laser hair removal, you will need an additional course and certification with specific hair removal equipment. To be able to use a hydrocollator and accessories related to it, you will need an additional training program, as well. Most courses can be completed in under a year so completing your certifications in all domains is possible in a few short years.
What equipment does an esthetician need to get started?
To get started in your business as an esthetician, you’ll need spa essentials including esthetic supplies. This includes tweezers, mirrors, extractor tools, and other facial machines and equipment. You’ll also need depilatory products for hair removal, storage and carts to organize all of your esthetics tools, and salon supplies like nail polishes and tools for pedicures and manicures. Haircare and skincare products will also be supplies you’ll want to add to your collection so you can offer as many varied esthetics services as possible for your clientele.
What is in an esthetician kit?
An esthetician kit is essentially esthetician supplies and equipment needed to serve your customer base. Depending on the services you choose to offer, the kit will vary. It should include the tools, products, and other essentials you need to offer services to your clientele. If you don’t offer laser hair removal, you won’t need certain products. If you focus more on spa services, then you will need to include those tools in your esthetician kit.
Which tools do estheticians use most often?
The most common esthetician supplies and equipment used are facial products like blackhead extractors and facial creams, and depilatory products like wax, a heating element, spatula, and tweezers. These are the basic services an esthetician offers. Estheticians who offer spa services will most commonly have products like hot towels and a hot towel cabinet, a hydrocollator, and body oil and creams.
Where can I buy esthetician equipment?
You can buy esthetician equipment from Massage Warehouse directly. All of the products and tools you need to successfully run your own esthetics business can be found on the website. From spa services to facials to hair removal, everything you can think of to manage your own successful esthetics business can be found at Massage Warehouse.