The Clinical Aesthetics Course detailed curriculum consists of:
Government Grants, Student Loans & Self Pay Option with no Additional Fees Alberta Student Loans
19 years or older with all provinces with the exception of Alberta.
GED or Highschool Diploma
The focus of beauty has recently shifted to results that can last—and a Clinical Aesthetician assists in providing just that. A clinical aesthetician specializes in developing and maintaining healthy, beautiful skin. They use advanced treatments through near-medical services such as micro-needling, advanced facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and various laser treatments (e.g. laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation, minor vascular treatments). They also assist physicians with cosmetic injectables such as Botulism Toxin. A clinical Aesthetician may find work in a wide variety of environments as well, including medi-spas, spas, cruise ships, home businesses and dermatology clinics.