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NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY - October 15

NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY – October 15

NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY

On October 15th, we shine the spotlight on the skincare professionals who keep us looking our best. It’s National Aesthetician Day!

With specialized training and personalized attention, aestheticians bring out the most radiant skin in each of us. Their knowledge and skills often go unrecognized and yet they deliver superior services every day in spas and medical clinics across the country.  Addressing the complex needs of their clientele, aestheticians rejuvenate and polish even the most sensitive skin. They offer a variety of services and products to make your skin beautiful and healthy. Many services are paired with spa packages, but they can also be provided individually, too.

Just a few of the services aesthetician’s offer include:

  • Microdermabrasion
  • Moisturizing Treatments
  • Facials
  • Hair Removal
  • Aromatherapy
  • Body scrubs
  • And much more…

Throughout the day, we recognize all the care and attention they give every day.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY

Give a shoutout to your favorite aesthetician. What treatments and products do you like best? If they deliver superior service and make you feel rejuvenated, they deserve your acknowledgment. Be sure to use #NationalAestheticianDay to share on social media.

NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY HISTORY

national-aestheticians-day-logo-81COSMEDIX founded National Aesthetician Day in 2016 to honor all the hard-working aestheticians across the country providing outstanding skincare services. COSMEDIX is an Astral Health & Beauty, Inc. Company.

The Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed the day to be observed on October 15th, annually


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Aesthetician FAQ

Q. How much training does it take to become an aesthetician?
A. Depending on where you live, Esthetician training programs require between 600-750 hours of training.

Q. What is the difference between an aesthetician and a medical aesthetician?
A. Aestheticians work in both spas and healthcare facilities. Medical aestheticians receive additional clinical training to provide services to those with more severe skin issues.