Skin Care Technician

  • Free
  • Published date: May 5, 2019
    • New York, United States

Skin care technicians perform facials and skin care treatments, such as dermabrasion and facial cleansing, to improve a variety of skin conditions, including rosacea, dehydration and wrinkles caused by aging and sun damage. They evaluate and advise clients on skin care treatments and solutions, making referrals to dermatologists as needed. Skin care technicians' job responsibilities include keeping work areas and tools, such as magnifying lamps, clean and sterile. They could also record clients' needs and preferences for repeat visits. Skin care technicians can be self-employed, which might require additional duties, such as business-related tasks in sales and marketing, inventory management and bookkeeping.

Education and Licensing
A skin care technician generally falls under the umbrella of cosmetology for the purposes of state licensing. All states mandate training requirements and licensure for cosmetologists and estheticians. In some cases, a single cosmetology license is necessary, though many states require separate licensing for skin care technicians. Continuing education is a common requirement to maintain licensure. Courses in anatomy and physiology, skin care treatments and techniques, safety and sanitizing protocols, pharmaceuticals, business skills, sales and marketing could be applied toward continuing education requirements.

Perform skin treatments on clients.
Prepare skin for facials.
Cleanse skin and remove makeup.
Perform consultation to determine most suitable procedure.
Refer clients to dermatologists.
Clean and sterilize equipment.
Exfoliate skin and apply cleaners.
Wipe off cleansers.
Apply creams and sunblock.
Exfoliate dead skin cells.
Instruct client in makeup application techniques and tricks.
Apply chemical peels.
Remove skin tags or moles.
Recommend skin care regimens.
Use magnifying lamps to evaluate extent of sun damage or wrinkles.
Squeeze pores and perform extractions.
Remove blackheads and whiteheads.
Apply wax to remove facial or body hair.
Apply masks to face and let creams soak in.
Provide preoperative and postoperative skin care.
Give manicures and pedicures.
Massage muscles, skin, and scalp.
Apply lotions and perfumes.
Pluck eyebrows.

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