This facial training course offers an expert introduction to facials and teaches you the latest, most innovative skills and techniques. Our facial training course is open to everyone, regardless of qualifications – perfect for those at the start of their health and beauty career and for qualified doctors who are looking to diversify their range of treatments.

WHAT IS A FACIAL?

A cleansing treatment that exfoliates dead skin cells and helps heal common skin problems, rejuvenating the look, feel and overall health of the skin. Whatever the client’s reason for wanting this treatment, whether it’s to relax, rehydrate or improve skin appearance, every facial should begin with a thorough consultation and a basic diagnosis.

FACIAL COURSE SUMMARY

  • 1-day intensive course encompassing a comprehensive overview of all aspects of facials
  • 50% theory and 50% practical
  • Uses products from the leading South Korean brand ‘Genosys’

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What can facials do for your business?

Strong demand for this treatment, good profit margins and repeat business make facials a treatment you will almost certainly want to include in the services you offer. Ranging from £40 to £80 per session depending on duration, facials offer salons an important revenue stream.

Facial Training Course

What does a facial entail?

We will provide a step-by-step tutorial showing you how to perform a professional facial.

Consultation – Between you and your client to discuss their health, lifestyle and the procedure.

Cleansing – You must then thoroughly cleanse your client’s skin with cotton pads.

Skin Analysis – Determine your client’s skin type and condition. Choose products based on skin sensitivity, dryness, oiliness and sun-damage.

Exfoliation – Thoroughly exfoliate your client’s skin.

Extractions – Remove blackheads and whiteheads. Failure to may result in broken capillaries and discolouration.

Facial Massage –  Massage your client’s face to relax and stimulate the skin and facial muscles.

Facial Mask – Apply a face mask to suit your client’s specific skin type

Final Application – Work products such as toner, serums and moisturiser into your client’s skin.

Advice on home skin care – Finally, advise your client on how to maintain better-looking skin, including appropriate skincare products.

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