Quality Esthetician Schools in Orlando, Florida?

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Raynea in Kissimmee, Florida

71 months ago

I am currently enrolled at Aveda now and I have found the program to be lacking in what most spas are using today. They do not teach you or even give you an overview of popular things such as Microderm and Peels...they only teach you their version which are natural plant dervied masques. They will also tell that they provide job placement but that is also a lie, they will provide you with LEADS and a JOB FAIR.....so just do your research first....it is a good school but make sure that you would only want to work for AVEDA...since my goal is to work in the medical side I am now going to have to spend another 3,500.00 dollars and attend school for a few more months because we were never taught any peels or microderm.

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

71 months ago

Laura in Orlando, Florida said: I have been a loyal Aveda fan for years now and have seen quite a change in my skin since I started using their new treatment line (Green Science). Which products have you ladies experienced? Perhaps you were using only the maintenance products??? My cousin is getting ready to graduate from their program and I am thinking about enrolling myself!

The program at the Aveda Institute is most impressive, as they license their students as Full Specialists, not just facial specialists. This means that they are legally licensed to perform not only services on the face, but body, too! Back facials, body treatments, body wraps and reflexology are all part of the curriculum there. Furthermore, they are licensed to perform natural nail services, full body waxing, lash and brow tinting, acupressure, and makeup services. This gives their students a jumpstart when beginning a career in an industry that takes time to establish oneself in. A Facial Specialist would have to receive two to three more licenses in Florida to be able to perform everything that the Aveda students perform.

It's a great company - from the products to the people. You should give them another chance. (:

I have been researching Est schools for a couple months now and recently visited the Aveda school in Davie FL.
First of all ... Have you graduated? How was your experience with the School????

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Lissette in Orlando, Florida

71 months ago

The Aveda Institute is great if you want to work in an Aveda salon but otherwise you are going to lack education. It's hard right now with the economy, and employeers want to see more of the technical side of things!!!

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

71 months ago

Lissette,

Thanks for your response. I have looked at the cirriculum of the other schools in the area and non of them are offering 1/2 of what Aveda is claiming to offer. I am sooooo tired of these schools claiming that they are training you to be equipped to enter into a field and at the end of your $$ training you have not 1/2 of what you really need.

Any suggestions anyone... other than winning the lottery....

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Lissette in Orlando, Florida

71 months ago

katrina,

I feel your pain. I totally agree with Christy from Orlando; check out one of the Technical Schools. They seem to have the most intensive programs for your dollar. I have two friends that went to Winter Park Tech and Westgate Tech and they are both employed! Aveda does not ofer Microderm or Chemical Peels from what I have heard... Most employers make that mandatory!!

Good LucK!

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

71 months ago

Hey Lissette,

After doing some more research, I came across a school in Hialeah FL called The Praxis Institute.. the are actually offering a whole lot more in terms of Training... here is the website.. I am looking at the Advanced Esthetician & Spa Therapy course offered here.
If you would be so kind as to check out the website your thoughts and comments would be honestly appreciated.

the-praxisinstitute.com/advanced_esthetician.php

They are offering 900 hrs of training and you learn about a couple good Therapies and my all time favorite Stone Message. They also are training to obtain licensure as a Body Wrapper.

I am just trying to get as much bang for my $$$$. I am setting up an appointment to tour this school ASAP.

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

71 months ago

Hey Beth,
I have actually checked it out.. I know a couple people who have attended and they say it is not worth it.

Thanks

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

71 months ago

Hey Beth,

So I interviewed 2 schools today. Florida College of Natural Health and American Institute.

FCNH... what can I say about it.. very fancy smancy and a lot of talk.. I believe 3/4 of the tuition they are charging is for the product they include and the rest is for books and uniforms... I was not very impressed.

American Institute.... Very small school as well as small classes. They cater towards the holistic side of Skin care. They are actually taught how to make their own toners from regular everyday items in your kitchen and they are big on health.
I was very surprised that the class was learning a holistic approach to skin care. All the other schools are gared toward their brand of product.

I think I am leaning toward AI.

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Beth, ormond beach, fl

71 months ago

Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida said: Hey Beth,

So I interviewed 2 schools today. Florida College of Natural Health and American Institute.

FCNH... what can I say about it.. very fancy smancy and a lot of talk.. I believe 3/4 of the tuition they are charging is for the product they include and the rest is for books and uniforms... I was not very impressed.

American Institute.... Very small school as well as small classes. They cater towards the holistic side of Skin care. They are actually taught how to make their own toners from regular everyday items in your kitchen and they are big on health.
I was very surprised that the class was learning a holistic approach to skin care. All the other schools are gared toward their brand of product.

I think I am leaning toward AI.

Katrina,

I would reevaluate the program at Keiser and compare. The school in St. Pete is headed by a very knowledgable teacher. The course is tough. You will take anatomy, physiology, marketing, as well as recieve instruction on almost all advanced skin care techniques. It is a year long course and for the money, it is the most complete program, and you are certified as a master level, paramedical
esthetician. (1200 hours)
If you are looking to work in a Medical spa vs. a day spa this is the program.

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Beth, ormond beach, fl

71 months ago

Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida said: Hey Beth,

So I interviewed 2 schools today. Florida College of Natural Health and American Institute.

FCNH... what can I say about it.. very fancy smancy and a lot of talk.. I believe 3/4 of the tuition they are charging is for the product they include and the rest is for books and uniforms... I was not very impressed.

American Institute.... Very small school as well as small classes. They cater towards the holistic side of Skin care. They are actually taught how to make their own toners from regular everyday items in your kitchen and they are big on health.
I was very surprised that the class was learning a holistic approach to skin care. All the other schools are gared toward their brand of product.

I think I am leaning toward AI.

One other thing Katrina, they teach you about all of the top quality products and the education sales rep hold seminars while you are in school and certify you in using their products which you can add to your resume.My daughter came out certified in PCA, Environ, and about 3 others I don't recall. Good luck!!!

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Bonny in Wesley Chapel, Florida

70 months ago

I just called Keiser and they no longer of esthetician courses.

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

70 months ago

Oh my...
Talk about a lack of schools to choose from.

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Beth, ormond beach, fl

70 months ago

I don't know what school u called, but the St. pete campus most certainly is still offering the program, I spoke with them today.

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Laura in Winter Park, Florida

70 months ago

Raynea in Kissimmee, Florida said: I am currently enrolled at Aveda now and I have found the program to be lacking in what most spas are using today. They do not teach you or even give you an overview of popular things such as Microderm and Peels...they only teach you their version which are natural plant dervied masques. They will also tell that they provide job placement but that is also a lie, they will provide you with LEADS and a JOB FAIR.....so just do your research first....it is a good school but make sure that you would only want to work for AVEDA...since my goal is to work in the medical side I am now going to have to spend another 3,500.00 dollars and attend school for a few more months because we were never taught any peels or microderm.

Hi Raynea! I accompanied my cousin on her interviews to Aveda and have recently attended both of my own interviews to attend the program, but was never told that they had job placement. They explained that they have a job fair with all teh Aveda salons and spas in Florida. Seeing as how they are number one in the world, I'm excited to be a part of their company!
Also, I actually took a tour of the school when they were discussing microdermabrasion and peels.......that's strange.

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Lissette in Orlando, Florida

70 months ago

BEWARE- I think that the Admission Rep is named Laura and is the one from Winter Park that keeps posting comments about how great Aveda is.If it was that great she would use her brain and not use her real name or the location of the school to make "posts" about her cousin and how great Aveda is.

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Laura in Winter Park, Florida

70 months ago

Um.....I'm sorry, Lissette, but I think you must be mistaken. I am speaking with somebody named Michelle and met a couple other people other people there, but I don't know what their names are. There are, after all, many other people named Laura! (: Look, I'm just excited about a new career change......sorry if I came across too positive. Everyone will follow their heart, not some silly job forum full of opinions and accusations. I'm starting the program in January and will find out if I made the right decision for myself. Good luck to all of you! (:

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Paula in Orlando, Florida

69 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!

Do you have a licence already??? I just graduated from the Academy of Career and Trainingin Kissimmmee

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Paula in Orlando, Florida

69 months ago

Raynea in Kissimmee, Florida said: I am currently enrolled at Aveda now and I have found the program to be lacking in what most spas are using today. They do not teach you or even give you an overview of popular things such as Microderm and Peels...they only teach you their version which are natural plant dervied masques. They will also tell that they provide job placement but that is also a lie, they will provide you with LEADS and a JOB FAIR.....so just do your research first....it is a good school but make sure that you would only want to work for AVEDA...since my goal is to work in the medical side I am now going to have to spend another 3,500.00 dollars and attend school for a few more months because we were never taught any peels or microderm.

Hi i justgraduated from theAcademy of Career andTraining and my goal is to work on the Medicalspas as well, what kind of class are you going to take?? please let me know.

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CRYSTAL MARIE in Clovis, New Mexico

69 months ago

DO ANY OF THESE SCHOOLS QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE????????

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Paula in Orlando, Florida

69 months ago

Academy of Career and Training does it is located in kissimmee.

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Kat in Opa Locka, Florida

68 months ago

Hi, I am looking for a good Medical Esthetician training school in Miami. Could you please recommend me a good one? I don't really want to waste my money and time. I was thinking in Florida College of Natural Health (FCNH), what do you think?

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skingoddess

68 months ago

Kat,
Take a look at Keiser College. It is one of the few true medical esty programs. Be sure that the school's classes offer the latest technology in skin care, such as vascu touch, advanced peels, micro derm, pre and post opertative skin care along with anatomy, phsiology and nutrition. They should also offer seminars where cosmesuticals reps present their product lines and certify you in the use of their products. Look for seminars on PCA, dermalogica, Environ, Sanita's ect. The more product lines you learn about the more valuable as an employee you are. Good luck!

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Katrina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

68 months ago

FCNH is very pricy.... but I think you can benefit from the same education at AI. In most of these schools, you are really paying for that Black kit/bag that contains the BRAND name of the schools products...

That's just my take on it... trust me I intervied all the schools.

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Gina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

68 months ago

I was thinking of FCNH but I am hearing not alot of good replies about this school for paramedical skin care.. Are there any graduates from this school onthis site and if so can they tell me some input?

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Kat in Hialeah, Florida

68 months ago

Well, I was looking at plastic surgery doctors web pages in miami and let me tell you that some of the estheticians that work there are graduated from FCNH (u can read that in their profile). I am very interested in that career too.
This thursday January 22 will be an open house is FCNH from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. will be a good oportunity to know the college and to have answers for our questions. I hope to meet some of the students and ask them everything to clear my doubts.

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lisbeth in Kissimmee, Florida

68 months ago

I have my equipment to sell for skin care and massage. Please contact me ...I had a small spa and due to an accident I could no longer practice...Everything is in excellent condition..If you are looking for quality products at a reasonable price, please contact me..thanks

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Kaylee in Orlando, Florida

68 months ago

Hello. Has anyone learned more about the Aveda school in Orlando? I am thinking about going into the skincare field and would like to learn more about it.

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klaron7 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

65 months ago

Hello,
May I suggest American Institute in Pompano? They have been providing a high quality education in Cosmetology, Full Specialty,
Skin Care and Massage Therapy for over 27 years. The important thing to consider is the state board certification exams...does the school prepare you for that? What is their pass rate?
American Institute has an impressive 97% pass rate which is well above the state and national average. Their skin care products are made locally and you learn every aspect of the business.
Their students are preferred by many employers and the learning atmosphere is family-oriented and friendly.

If you are interested, please give me a call. I work with them and I am much impressed by their curriculum as well as their instructors.

Cheers,
Klaron
American Institute
Pompano Beach, FL

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klaron7 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

65 months ago

[Check the school's accreditation. Accredited schools qualify for financial aid. American Institute is accredited and you can apply for financial aid.
Good luck to you all!

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MIRIAM in Chicago, Illinois

63 months ago

do you have to have your own equipment to work as esty? what's the investment?

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brenda in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.im going through the same thing, i dont like aveda products and i just moved to orlando.the only other skin school i found is natural health

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!

ORLANDO ME TO

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brenda in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!

orlando

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brenda in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

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brenda in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!

tyu

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zak in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!


skin school in orlando

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zak in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

zak in Lutz, Florida said: skin school in orlando

fl skin school suck.I want to do laser photofacial,and more this state you have to become a nurse to work with laser,my friend in atlanta make 1300 week doing photofacial and more.I just moved to orlando look up the school,dont like what i see.I know in atlanta that you can do 1200 hour as esthetician and then go find a job working with laser and yes they will teach you.But im here in fl and the pay foe esthetician not great.does any one know about national laser institute in ar?

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zak in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

Kat in Hialeah, Florida said: Well, I was looking at plastic surgery doctors web pages in miami and let me tell you that some of the estheticians that work there are graduated from FCNH (u can read that in their profile). I am very interested in that career too.
This thursday January 22 will be an open house is FCNH from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. will be a good oportunity to know the college and to have answers for our questions. I hope to meet some of the students and ask them everything to clear my doubts.

FCNH is that in miami,if so how long do you need to go for?do they have financial aid?

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zak in Lutz, Florida

60 months ago

can someone tell me what the difference is in medical esthetician is this that become a nurse ?Is FCNH in miami?I live in Orlando dont realy like the school.

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Bela in Mandeville, Louisiana

59 months ago

Christy in Orlando, Florida said: I felt your frustration and was enrolled at the Aveda Institute when I found the program at The Avalon Center for Technical Excellance. They are powered by Orange County School and the program for Facial Specialist is hands on and wonderful. The instructor used to work at some of the high end schools in Orlando and she teaches her students everything from microderm to chemical peels. The tuition is unbeatable and the education is outstanding. I would google Winter Park Tech and look under their Facial Program and you will see what I am talking about. Miss Sally is the best and good luck.

Hi ! Im thinking of going to Avalon for skin ... Im from new orleans, and will be moving to fla in a few months..... can you PLEASE email at
bela.gasmic@gmail.com
I would love to speak to you !!! THANKS !

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zak in Lutz, Florida

59 months ago

Bela in Mandeville, Louisiana said: Hi ! Im thinking of going to Avalon for skin ... Im from new orleans, and will be moving to fla in a few months..... can you PLEASE email at
bela.gasmic@gmail.com
I would love to speak to you !!! THANKS !

bela hi you can email me about the school in orlando fl,Iv not look up the school yet avalon.

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Tress in Saint Petersburg, Florida

59 months ago

lisbeth in Kissimmee, Florida said: I have my equipment to sell for skin care and massage. Please contact me ...I had a small spa and due to an accident I could no longer practice...Everything is in excellent condition..If you are looking for quality products at a reasonable price, please contact me..thanks

Hi Lisbeth, My name is Tress and I am going to Loraines's Aced. in february and I plan to work for a medical spa before going into business for myself. Maybe you can give me some input on owning your and spa and education. Is this a field that is hard to get into.

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Sally Dehler in Orlando, Florida

58 months ago

brenda in Lutz, Florida said: tyu

Check out Avalon Tech in South Orlando. Get a very high quality education at a very reasonable cost. email sally.dehler@ocps.net for more info.

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Sally Dehler in Orlando, Florida

58 months ago

Christy in Orlando, Florida said: I felt your frustration and was enrolled at the Aveda Institute when I found the program at The Avalon Center for Technical Excellance. They are powered by Orange County School and the program for Facial Specialist is hands on and wonderful. The instructor used to work at some of the high end schools in Orlando and she teaches her students everything from microderm to chemical peels. The tuition is unbeatable and the education is outstanding. I would google Winter Park Tech and look under their Facial Program and you will see what I am talking about. Miss Sally is the best and good luck.

Thanks for the kudos Christie!

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in training in Orlando, Florida

58 months ago

aveda hands down. might as well go to the best school you can

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elena4995

55 months ago

Anyone know apx the tuition at Aveda for Spa/Skin Care/Massage therapy?

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dcohasset in Saint Petersburg, Florida

53 months ago

I am interested in the highest quality esthetician school in Saint Pete, Fl. Is it Aveda or Lorraine's? I'd appreciate any feedback on these two schools.

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Lella in Saint Petersburg, Florida

52 months ago

My niece just graduated from Lorraine's. I believe her title is "Full Specialist". She does facials, dermabraisions, waxing, body wraps ( she did a seaweed on me as part of her training - nice!) and nails too. But she was already a nail tech & med assistant/tech, before she went to Lorraine's. I'm pretty sure they do have fin. asst. too. She had a job lined up before she graduated! I only know this because I built her website :) Check it out at www.JenSpa.com

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Mar in Tampa, Florida

49 months ago

HI, I am looking to enroll in a skincare/waxing program. Looking for the best school possible. I contacted Artistic Nails & Beauty Academy in Brandon (their part time hours fit me like a glove). Does anyone know if they are any good?Also contacted Manhattan Hairstyling Academy (but have not heard many good comments) Any advise?

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Sally Dehler in Sanford, Florida

48 months ago

FYI Florida does not issue a "paramedical esthetician" license. Only "registered facial specialist." However, if your training includes things like medical terminology, medical skin conditions, popular prescriptions for skin conditions, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion you should be fine when it come to finding a job.

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C. Rymer in Atlanta, Georgia

47 months ago

Brittany Rose in Orlando, Florida said: I am trying to find out what esthetician programs in Orlando are the best.

There is an Aveda Institute, which is known for being a great program, but I personally haven't found their products to be successful. I am a very loyal Dermalogica user myself and would love to work with their products eventually. I know the IDI offers advanced training courses after getting your license, but I'm really feeling lost about where to start for the training to actually get your license.

There is a Paul Mitchell school close-by; also one called the Florida College of Natural Health. Honestly, I have been very surprised by the lack of high-end schools in the area since it is such a metropolis.

If anyone has any advice or recommendations I would love the input! Even a tip in a near-by city in Florida I would welcome. Thanks and hope you can help!

If you are looking for a job in the Orlando area in skin care, please contact me at clrymer@hotmail.com
I am a Regional Manager for a Medical Skin Care Co looking for a Market Coordinator in the area.
Thank you

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