Master Esthetics Practical Exam/Professional Esthetician
To whom it may concern:
I am a Professional Esthetician and I am preparing for the Master Esthetic Exams. I feel that the Masters Practical Exam will be redundant in terms of sanitation. I realize that I may be tested on various other procedures such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, etc. However, if I do not have the proper equipment to demonstrate these procedures, how will you know if I am doing them accurately and efficiently? I passed the Professional Esthetic Practical exam with a very high score and feel that I am qualified to perform the functions of a Master Esthetician without the need of an unnecessary Masters Practical Exam. Thank you for your time and I look forward to your response.
Amendment to current Regulations - Continuing Education
Regulations are necessary for the esthetics field and for the protection of the general public. The regulations as last updated on September 1, 2011 are sound but I would like to see them amended to include Continuing Education. In order for estheticians to grow in this field, it is imperative that we be required to complete some form of continuing education. Since the current renewal term is 2 years, I think it appropriate that estheticians complete 10-12 hours of continuing education every two years in order to renew their licenses.
Current Esthetics Guidelines and Regulations