Basic Facial Skin Care Equipment Curriculum Module

    Basic Facial Skin Care Equipment Curriculum Module

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    This Advanced Education Module is designed to provide a licensed esthetic educator with a comprehensive More Info »

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    This Advanced Education Module is designed to provide a licensed esthetic educator with a comprehensive class program that helps students to become familiar with basic equipment used in facials.



    As part of this course, you receive a CD with the following materials:

    --Background information for the instructor – there are two separate instructor manuals. The first one covers the five basic pieces of equipment – 2-in-1 facial unit, galvanic, high frequency, rotary brush, and vac/spray. The second manual covers the 8-in-1 in detail.

    --PowerPoint presentations that can be used as part of the classroom instruction. (Note these have been created as individual presentations so that they can be used separately). There are two 8-in-1 presentations - the comprehensive one covers all eight functions in detail. The abbreviated one does not cover all of the details that are covered in the four individual. PowerPoint presentations (galvanic, high frequency, rotary brush, and vac/spray. It just focuses on functions and items that are unique to the 8-in-

    --Black and white copies of the slides that can be used to make overheads if the instructor doesn’t have access to a computer and PowerPoint projector

    --Student workbook

    --Student tests (Note: separate tests have been created for each unit.) There are also 2 tests for the 8-in-1. One is very long and comprehensive. It covers the entire unit. However, it is designed so that you can print off 1 or 2 pages at a time and test individual parts of the 8-in-1 separately. The second test covers only those functions that aren’t covered in the individual pieces of equipment -- the steamer, the magnifying lamp, and the Woods’ Lamp.

    --Keys to the student worksheets/tests

    --Certificate of attendance for the course

    --Flyer that can be sent out to advertise the course and invite students to enroll

    --Graphics that can be used to create your own advertising/marketing materials



    Learning Objectives:

    At the end of this class the student should be able to:

    --Describe the benefits and functions of the galvanic unit and how it works.

    --Differentiate between the following terms: iontophoresis, cataphoresis, and anaphoresis.

    --List the contraindications and precautions for use for the galvanic unit.

    --Describe the various galvanic electrodes and their uses.

    --List the basic steps involved in disincrustation and iontophoresis, and perform galvanic treatments.

    --Describe how to troubleshoot and maintain the galvanic unit and its electrodes.

    --Describe the benefits of the high frequency.

    --Differentiate between the three methods of applying high frequency: direct, indirect, and fulguration/acne sparking.

    --List the contraindications and precautions for use for the high frequency unit.

    --Describe the various high frequency electrodes and their uses.

    --List the basic steps involved in the direct technique, the indirect technique, and sparking/fulguration and perform high frequency treatments.

    --Describe how to troubleshoot and maintain the high frequency unit and its electrodes.

    --Describe the benefits and function of the vacuum and spray unit.

    --Describe the three vacuum cupping glasses and their uses.

    --List the precautions for use for the vac/spray unit.

    --Describe the pattern for using the vacuum cupping glasses and perform a treatment using one or more of the cupping glasses.

    --Differentiate between the techniques for cupping glasses with vents and the cupping glass without a vent.

    --Describe the techniques for using the spray component of the unit.

    --Describe how to troubleshoot and maintain the vac/spray unit and its cupping glasses and spray bottles.

    --Describe the benefits and functions of the rotary brush and how it works.

    --List the contraindications and precautions for use for the rotary brush unit.

    --Describe the various rotary brush attachments and their uses.

    --List the basic steps involved in using the rotary brush and perform treatments using the rotary brush.

    --Describe how to troubleshoot and maintain the rotary brush unit and its attachments.

    --Identify the parts of the 8-in-1 Facial System.

    --Describe how to use the following functions in the 8-in-1 facial system: galvanic, high frequency, vac/spray, rotary brush.

    --Describe the benefits and functions of the steamer and how it works.

    --List the precautions for use of the steamer.

    --List the basic steps involved in using the steamer and perform treatments using the steamer.

    --Describe how to troubleshoot and maintain the steamer.

    --Describe the benefits of the magnifying lamp.

    --List the basic steps involved in using the magnifying lamp and do a skin analysis using the magnifying lamp.

    --Describe the benefits of the Woods lamp.

    --List the basic steps involved in using the Woods lamp and do a skin analysis using the Woods lamp.

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