As an esthetician, if you find you become interested in furthering your education and career, you may want to apply for our master esthetician program. Master estheticians can perform more complex and advanced procedures such as laser skin resurfacing, chemical peels and microneedling.
To become a master esthetician, you must complete another 600 hours of classwork and hands-on training. After that, you must pass another state exam, and then you may obtain your license to work as a master esthetician. Master estheticians have more opportunities open to them because they can perform a wider variety of spa treatments.
If you are new to the field of esthetics, you may enroll in the basic esthetician and master esthetician courses consecutively, for a total of 1,200 hours of instruction.