Career Opportunities for Skin Care

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Career Opportunities for Skin Care

The purpose of this group is to focus on carreer opportunities for estheticians.

Members: 209
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2017

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Job opening in AZ

Massage Envy Spa Corporate office is seeking an experienced esthetician to join our administrative team as an esthetician support coordinator. This position is responsible for administrative…Continue

Started by Lauren Snow Jul 19, 2013.

Free Chemical Peel Class in San Diego

A skilled and knowledgeable esthetician that can understand and feel comfortable providing chemical peels can achieve a great result for the client. An esthetician that is always looking for more…Continue

Started by Tonya Ruehl May 7, 2013.

Start an Acne Clinic in Your Area 15 Replies

I know that not all estheticians are cut out to do acne treatments.  We all come into this profession from so many different angles.  But, if you do get excited at the thought of extractions, this is…Continue

Tags: clinic, acne, niche, specialist, Acne

Started by Laura Cooksey. Last reply by Laura Cooksey Jan 17, 2012.

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Comment by Jodi on March 1, 2011 at 9:00pm
Hi all, I'm looking for opportunities in South-eastern PA to work in a Medi-spa setting and learn advanced esthetic practices.
Comment by Vidya Verasami on February 19, 2011 at 10:13am

Hi All:

I am interested in a spa internship in NYC. I am currently enrolled in a full-time Esthetics Program. See my resume attached. Vidya Verasami - Esthetic Student.pdf

Comment by Beth Davis on January 27, 2011 at 7:32pm
Sorry, I posted to the incorrect group.
Comment by Beth Davis on January 27, 2011 at 7:30pm

I'm interested in product recommendations for ADULT ACNE? Proactiv is the number one product I hear about and see and it is marketed to Acneic clients not an age group.  I use Pevonia at work, but their acne line is marketed towards teens.  We use this line on adults as well.

What types of ingredient differences are there in professional teen lines vs lines marketed towards adults or are they same?  

 

Comment by Rachael Pontillo on January 23, 2011 at 12:44pm

I am a new grad who will be looking for part time work.  My schedule is limited now though because I still have a child in half-day preschool.  So until she is in school for a full day, I am working on building my portfolio, continuing education, and networking.  If I can find a part time job somewhere that fits in with my schedule that would be great, but I'm not expecting it to happen right away. 

 

I have a background in publishing, so I figured I would start a blog on skin care and wellness to get exposure for myself with the hope of being more marketable when it is time to go back to work full time.  The blog is still very new, but it is doing well in terms of traffic.  I'd love more comments though, but I suppose it is still early. 

 

I also started writing for Blogcritics.org.  I can republish some of what I write there on my blog, but I can write about other topics as well.  They link to my blog, and I have had a big increase in traffic since my first article with them was published.

 

I feel that since I am a bit in limbo right now, all I can do is draw on all of my past experience, combine it with my knowledge and passion for skin care and wellness, and hope people read and share what I write.  Hopefully, this will all lead to other opportunities in the field of aesthetics.

Comment by Katie Armitage on January 17, 2011 at 4:20pm

Luanne

Check out the group for "advice for students" as there's been some good advice/comments there! 

Comment by LuAnne Wells on January 17, 2011 at 4:06pm
Any hints on getting established??
 

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