Online and In-Person Courses on Skincare Techniques – HICI Go
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Skincare Technique Courses

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To learn more about various skincare methods, explore the in-person and online courses offered through HICI Go. We are an online center hosting a diverse catalog of online health and beauty courses for people in Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, or anywhere else in Florida or the U.S. Individuals rely on us for updated continuing education courses in multiple beauty, health, and wellness topics. These classes appeal to causal learners who wish to apply what they’ve learned to their everyday practice, as well as professional estheticians who want to expand their repertoire.

Find Classes for Many Approaches to Skincare

From texture to pigmentation, skin appears differently for each person. People face a variety of issues with their skin, so not all people require the same treatments. As a result, estheticians need a broad understanding of skin and the numerous ways to treat it. The following are the many skincare techniques discussed in the courses offered by HICI Go and its partnering institutions:

Acne Treatment

Many options are available for treating acne. For instance, a healthcare provider may recommend over-the-counter products, such as facial cleansers and salicylic acid, or prescribe a medication to help their patient better manage the symptoms of acne.

Skincare specialists may also offer treatment options that people may receive alongside, or instead of traditional medications. Courses from HICI Go explore a variety of alternatives that estheticians may offer at their salons and spas.

Dermaplaning

This minimally-invasive treatment involves shaving off the top layers of the skin. Dermaplaning  helps clients with multiple skin issues, such as acne, pitted skin, or unwanted hair. Removing the surface layers, the esthetician leaves the client with newer skin. While most dermaplaning procedures occur on the face, they can be performed anywhere on the body.

Electrolysis

Electrolysis is the only permanent hair removal technique approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As the name suggests, the procedure uses electricity to eradicate hair at the root. By damaging the follicle, electrolysis makes existing hair fall out and keeps new hair from growing in its place. Estheticians may administer the treatment on the face or other body areas.

HydraFacial

This treatment is like microdermabrasion, where the provider uses a tool to gently sand the skin and eliminate the thick, rough top layer. The skincare technique gets its name from the device used in treatment, which features an exfoliating top with suction capabilities that removes dead skin cells from the surface. HydraFacial takes this process a step further by adding serums to the skin. The three main components of the HydraFacial are:

  • Cleanse and peel: Using the HydraFacial tip, the esthetician exfoliates the skin to destroy dead cells and other impurities.
  • Extract and hydrate: The tip pulls oils and other contaminants from the skin while administering topical moisturizers.
  • Infuse and protect: With the addition of serums, the HydraFacial becomes personalized. These substances may reduce wrinkles and fine lines, brighten skin, and shrink pores – whatever the client needs most.

Raindrop Therapy

Raindrop therapy is a relatively new skincare technique in which the esthetician applies rounds of essential oils to the client’s skin. While the evidence of its effectiveness is not conclusive, raindrop therapy is believed to offer a host of benefits, including pain relief and better immune system function. From a skincare perspective, raindrop therapy offers potent cleansing properties that may rejuvenate appearance.

Sugaring

Sugaring is a very old method for removing unwanted hair, but it has become more widespread. Its name comes from the sweet ingredients used to create the adhesive substance that removes the hair, such as lemon.

Sugaring follows the inverse application process to waxing. In waxing, the wax is applied the same direction that hair grows and then is pulled off in the opposite direction. With sugaring, the substance is applied in the opposite direction that hair grows and then taken off in the same direction as the hair. The versatile treatment may be used for facial hair as well as hair on the arms, back, legs, and bikini area.

Body and Speed Waxing

Waxing is one of the most well-known approaches to hair removal. Skincare specialists utilize wax strips to eliminate unwanted hair that grows on various body surfaces. Body waxing tends to leave smoother, more even skin than shaving. It also may remove dry skin in addition to hair. How long it takes for the hair to grow back varies depending on the client.

Speed waxing is another technique you may learn through our courses. It involves applying wax to a wider area and using a single strip to remove the hair. For the esthetician, speed waxing can also refer to any approach to this treatment that promotes a quicker service. Understanding different ways to wax may enable skincare specialists to appeal to more clients.

Learn Skincare Techniques with HICI Go

With the many live webinars and video classes online anytime, individuals nationwide interested in developing new skincare techniques may take HICI Go’s online certification courses for people in Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, or anywhere else in Florida or the U.S. We also offer in-person instruction through partnering institutions. What’s more, students taking in-person classes all obtain an account to access the online courses. Contact us today to learn more about our catalog of skincare classes.