Preparing you for a successful career as an Esthetician is our goal in this course.  Upon successful completion of our course you will have the skills you need to be a professional Esthetician.  Here is some of what you will learn in our course.

ESTHETICIAN – SKIN CARE – 600 HOURS

Course Objective:

  1. To instruct students in the fundamentals of Skin Care for effective advancement in the field of skin and skin care.
  2. To instruct students in all safety and sanitary measure for patron protection.
  3. To help instill in students attitudes and good habits related to:
    1. Basic procedures
    2. Creativeness
    3. Self-assurance
    4. Responsibility
    5. Ethics

Tuition and Textbook Information

Tuition and fees are charged to a student who completes the program within the normal time.

Tuition $11,400.00 Book & Kit $1,000.00 Registration $75.00 STRF $30.00 TOTAL $12,505.00

*Textbooks: Below are the textbooks Lancaster Beauty School uses in the Esthetician Program.

As the cost of the kit includes the books, the prices indicated are for replacement only.

  • Milady Standard Esthetics Text Book Hardcover – 2013 – ISBN: 9781133686798/$132.50
  • Milady Workbook for Estheticians 2013 – ISBN: 97814283189465/$73.50
  • Milady Skin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary – 3rd Edition – ISBN:13:9781435480209/$44.95
  • Milady Skin Care Coursemate Access Code- 2013 – ISBN:9781133686798 – 176.95

In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) postsecondary customers can find valuable information about pricing, previous editions, and alternate formats by visiting www.cengage.com/highered and searching by ISBN#, author, title, or keyword for material in your areas of interest.

Loan, Graduation, and Gainful Employment Information – 7/1/2013 – 6/30/2014

  • Esthetician – CIP Code – 12.0401
  • Median Title IV Loan Debt – $3874.00
  • Median Non-Title IV Loan Debt – $0.00
  • Median Institution Loan Debt – $0.00
  • On-Time Graduation Rate – 33%
  • SOC Code – 39-5094.00 For information regarding skin care specialist occupations visit The Department of Labor’s O*NET at http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00
  • Placement rates for 2013 using NACCAS standards – 75%

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Esthetician course is as follows:

The theory will include class instruction by a licensed instructor on the science and practical aspects of skin care in all phases with testing on each subject.

Practical  and  Theory

  1. Barbering & Cosmo Act & Rules
  2. Chemistry
  3. Health & Safety/Hazardous  Substances
  4. Electricity
  5. Disinfection & Sanitation
  6. Bacteriology, anatomy, physiology skin analysis & conditions
  7. Facials.  Manuals.  Electrical.  Chemicals
  8. Eyebrow Arching & Hair Removal. Tweezers. Wax & depilatories
  9. Make-up
  10. Job Training
  11. Additional Training

Gainful Employment Information

For additional information please refer to the school’s catalog.