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I began my esthetics career in 1987, just a few months after graduating from High School. I was lucky in that I always knew what I wanted to do. My grandmother was a hairdresser and owned her own beauty salon, so I truly believe the career of helping people look and feel beautiful was in my genes.
Leisa Askew is a senior lead esthetician at BellaPelle Skin Studio. Leisa, who lives with her partner, fourteen-year-old son, and several pets, is excited that she turned forty this year and that life is good. A typical day is controlled chaos, as she juggles tonics, facial massages, and masks. Here’s a look at her career and life.
Just because you have an esthetician license doesn't mean that you have to give facials, perform extractions and massage clients in the treatment room all day...
This was the same question I was asking myself last year when I was thinking about changing careers...
If you're passionate about skincare and would like to help people look their best, consider a career in esthetics.
A medical aesthetician specializes in skincare, particularly facial skincare. Therefore they are often closely associated with the field of dermatology. Aestheticians provide a variety of services, procedures, products, and consultations to help improve and maintain the appearance and health of the client's or patient's skin.