Skin Care Program

Learn the Art and Science of
Skin Care in our Program.

Skin Care Diploma is a program perfect for those seeking to become licensed skin care specialists in Florida, and the participant can complete it in just 260 hours.

Throughout this comprehensive Skin Care Diploma Program, students will learn everything they need to know to perform skin care procedures on both the face and body, including facial technique, eyebrow and eyelash care, waxing, and other esthetic procedures.

Upon completion of the Skin Cafe Diploma course, students will receive a Diploma/Certificate required to apply for a license in the State of Florida to become a licensed Facial Specialist. Don’t wait – enroll today to jumpstart your career in the exciting skincare world!

Skin Care Diploma Program in Miami

Skin Care Diploma is a educational program to help you become a license professional esthetician in Florida. Our program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to perform non-invasive skin care treatments of the highest quality using scientifically-based techniques.

Upon completing our Skin Care Diploma Program in Miami, you’ll be eligible to apply for a license as a Facial Specialist in the State of Florida, in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Our program is comprehensive and practical, combining academic and hands-on learning to prepare you for a successful career in the field of skincare.

Our Skin Care Diploma course  in Miami covers a wide range of topics, including the structure and function of the skin, the recognition of lesions and diseases, and techniques for treating common skin conditions such as oiliness, dryness, acne, discoloration, and scarring. You’ll also gain valuable experience in cosmetic treatments such as makeup application, color analysis, ear piercing, lash and brow tinting, and eyelash care, including the application of strip lashes, individual lashes, semi-permanent lashes, and more.

At Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School, we’re proud to be a licensed school approved by the Commission for Independent Education and the Cosmetology Board. So if you want to start a career in the exciting skincare world, look no further than our Skin Care Program.

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Skin Care Diploma
Program in Miami

The Skin Care Diploma Program in Miami is a comprehensive program that combines academic and practical aspects to become skincare students in professional estheticians with high standards to perform skin care procedures of different types to keep the skin clean and relucent.

Florida Law regulates the esthetic practice in Florida, and the procedures of skin care must be performed by a licensed esthetician. This course provides in 260 hours the basic knowledge required by the Florida Law and Cosmetology Board regulation to apply, after obtaining the School Diploma, for a Facial Specialist license in Florida that covers skin care procedures that are not invasive on the face and body.

Skin Care Diploma
Admission Requirements

You will need to enroll in this Program with:

  • High School Diploma and
  • More than 18 years old.

Skin Care program complying with current regulation for Facial Specialist program in Florida. Our program is approved by the Commission for Independent Education and the Florida Board of Cosmetology.

After students meet all course requirements, they can register their respective license as Facial Specialist in the State of Florida

Courses and Licensing Requirements

The Skin Care Program of Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School consist of:

  • 189 hours of theory (academic study) and
  • 71 hours of hands-on instruction and practice of applied skin care treatments.

Application for License
in the State of Florida

         Requirements:
  • Age: more than 16 years with high school diploma.
  • Education: Graduated from approved school by the Cosmetology Board (260 hours).
  • Inicial HIV/AIDS course.
  • Complete the application form (Social Security number is required).
  • Send the application fee.
 
Skin Care Diploma graduates of the Skin Care Program at Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School n Miami

Skin Care Students in Practice hours

The practice hours in the Skin Care Program include learning the techniques for waxing depilation, makeup techniques and types of cosmetics, eyelash extension, different protocols for facial techniques, and exfoliation procedures.

Skin Care Program Overview

Students at our Skin Care Program will also become skilled at several cosmetic treatments such as make-up application, color analysis, ear piercing, lash & brow tinting, and waxing. In addition, students will learn the composition and effect of cosmetics and the different aspects of the cosmeceutical field. Moreover, students will learn the process of applying light-weight eyelash extensions to make the eyelashes more natural extensions.

Course Outline

Program Description

Skin Care Specialist Program (SCA)

This resident training program consists of 189 hours of theory (academic study), practical lectures (lab hours), and 71 hours of hands-on instruction and practice of applied skin care treatments. Students will be awarded a diploma upon program completion of 260 hours.  

HIV 101 Blood Borne Pathogens Training:

HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) This course teaches the students the origin, transmission, and prevention of HIV/AIDS.

SCA 000 Florida State Law & Regulations:(4 hours)

The study of all laws pertaining to Skin Care set by the Department of Professional Regulations.

SCA 105 Skin Theory (50 Hours):

This course includes the study of the structure and composition of the tissue as well as the study of the function of the skin. Students will be instructed in the analysis and classification of skin, the different skin types, and knowledge related to skin care treatment. Before performing services or selecting products, the client’s skin type and conditions must be analyzed, and appropriate treatment determined.

SCA 110 Basic Dermatology and Skin Disorder (16 Hours):

Students will learn and understand the skin’s composition, recognition of skin diseases and disorders, and recognition of skin types.

SCA 115 Anatomy and Massage Manipulations (8 Hours):

This course teaches the bones, muscles, and nerves of the face and neck. Means of manipulations of the face to maintain muscle tone and increase circulation. The students will also learn how to use the correct products for the skin.

SCA 120 Consultations (4 Hours):

Students will learn how to handle a consultation in person or by telephone.

SCA 125 Physiologies and Endocrinology (4 Hours):

Students will learn the histology of the skin and hair. The skin’s composition, structure, and function will also be learned to help students know what effects the service performed will have on the client’s skin. Endocrinology will include the study of the endocrine glands and their function.

SCA 130 Bacteriology, Sterilization, and Hygiene (12 Hours):

Application of sterilization and sanitation methods, classification of pathogenic bacteria, and knowing how pathogenic bacteria cause diseases.

SCA 135 Chemistry and Proper Use of Products (8 Hours):

Students will learn the composition of cosmetics. Effect of the chemistry of cosmetics on the skin, the safety of cosmetic and skin preparation

SCA 140 Hair Removal (body waxing & brow shaping) (5 Hours):

Students will learn the hair removal methods more used: tweezing, waxing, and chemical depilatories. Safety of waxing and chemical depilatories will also be learned.

SCA 145 Make-up Application (2 Hours):

The students will learn the correct application of makeup, how to use the color wheel, daywear make-up, evening make-up, and procedures of make-up.

SCA 150 Electricity, Lighting, and Magnification (4 Hours):

Students will learn polarity and current flow, measurements of electricity, and safety precautions.

SCA 155 Professional Ethics and Salon Management (4 Hours):

Students will learn professional ethics, integrity, and attitudes. Setting up a Salon or starting a business, State regulation, obtaining proper licenses, advertising, record keeping, insurance and compensation package, and payroll deduction.

SCA 165 Applied Practical Hours/Lab (71 Hours):

Students will practice the practical application of all subjects taught to fellow students and clients.

  •  Manual and mechanical facials, including masks, packs, or treatments, must be performed on various skin types, including normal, oily, dry, combination, problem, and mature. (30 Hours)
  • Set up, use, and maintenance of electrical devices. (1 Hour)
  • Hair removal, including tweezing, waxing, threading, and sugaring. (10 Hours)
  • Makeup application for both daytime and nighttime looks. (10 Hours)
  • Lash and brow tinting. (2 Hours)
  • Eyelash application, including strip lashes, individual lashes, and semi-permanent lashes.  (12 Hours)
  • Manual Extractions. (6 Hours).

Where to work as Esthetician

Graduates from Florida Medical & Asthetic International School have the opportunities to work in

  • Medical spas
  • Dermatology offices
  • Beauty and spa salon
  • Open your own Spa

This are the most common area where the Facial specialist works, but some of our graduates create their own business because we prepare them in business administration and in Florida regulations and law. Esthetician professional can work anywhere where aesthetic service are offered, even in medical clinics as part of the client’s rehabilitation process.