Tri-County Community College President, Dr. Donna Tipton-Rogers (at right), and Esthetics program instructor Debbie Bruce (at left), observe Esthetics student Lana Buchanan as she practices LED light therapy on fellow student Shaye Mcgaha. According to instructor Bruce, the LED light source works well for anti-aging, as well as helping acne-prone skin.
Estheticians are specialists in the cleansing, beautification, and preservation of the largest organ of the human body; the skin. This “skin science” program offered by Tri-County Community College teaches students to treat not just the face and neck, but the entire body.
The Esthetics Technology curriculum provides competency-based knowledge, scientific/artistic principles, and hands-on fundamentals associated with the art of skin care. Working in a fully-equipped, simulated salon environment, students will learn about facials, hair removal, body treatments, and proper application of make-up.
Course work also includes instruction in all phases of business/human relations, as well as product knowledge and other related topics. The program will prepare students to take the North Carolina Cosmetology State Board licensing exam, which will qualify them to work as estheticians in beauty and skin-care salons, or as a platform artist.
For more information please contact Esthetics instructor Debbie Bruce at (828) 835-4295, or email email@example.com
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