Skin Care

The 40-hour Skin Care course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the skin and the various treatments and products used in the skincare industry. This course combines theoretical knowledge with practical training, preparing students for a career in skincare.

I. Introduction to Skin Care

This section provides an overview of the skincare industry, including the history and evolution of skincare treatments and products.

II. Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin

This section covers the structure and function of the skin, including the different skin layers, types, and conditions.

III. Skin Analysis

This section teaches students how to analyze different skin types and conditions, and how to choose the appropriate treatments and products for each client.

IV. Basic Facials:

This section provides hands-on training on how to perform basic facial treatments, including cleansing, exfoliating, toning, and moisturizing.

V. Advanced Skin Treatments:

This section covers more advanced skin treatments, such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and microneedling.

VI. Product Knowledge:

This section provides an overview of the different skincare products available on the market, including their ingredients, benefits, and how to use them.

VII. Client Consultation and Care:

This section teaches students how to conduct a client consultation, including how to assess the client’s skin and discuss their skincare goals and expectations.

VIII. Business and Ethics:

This section covers the business aspects of running a skincare clinic, including marketing, pricing, and ethical considerations.

IX. Health and Safety:

This section covers the health and safety protocols that must be followed in a skincare clinic, including sanitation, sterilization, and emergency procedures.

X. Regulations and Licensing:

This section provides information on the regulations and licensing requirements for skincare practitioners in different regions.

By the end of the course, students should have a thorough understanding of the skin and be able to provide a range of skincare treatments. They should also be able to recommend appropriate skincare products to clients and provide them with advice on how to care for their skin at home.


Tamara Davood

CEO Ivy Laser Clinic

Professional & Personal Business Development

Course Cost: $1250.00


7730 Kipling Ave. Unit 5

Woodbridge, ON L4L 1Y9

Tel: 905-605-3225