Superficial-depth peels target the epidermis to treat skin conditions with minimal side effects and recovery time. Chemical peels are a common treatment for skin conditions that affect the outer layer of the skin. They work by breaking down and removing dead skin cells. There are several chemical peels, each with different strengths and ingredients. Some of the most commonly used peeling agents are alpha-hydroxy acids like glycolic acid, lactic acid, and mandelic acid. These acids are effective and have minimal side effects.

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Course Curriculum

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  Acknowledgments
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  Welcome!
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  Self-Care & Proper Body Mechanics
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  Glossary Terms
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  Foundations
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  Benefits & Contraindications
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  Anatomy & Physiology
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  The Business Breakdown
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  Client Management
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  The Technique Breakdown
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Learning Objectives

  • To establish self-care practices, including proper body mechanics
  • Demonstrate an understanding of techniques, benefits, and contraindications
  • Demonstrate proper health and safety procedures focused on infection control & prevention
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Anatomy & Physiology
  • How to integrate service offerings with business-building strategies
  • Demonstrate client management, including consultation and aftercare 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of product ingredients
  • Demonstrate proficiency in chemical exfoliation applications




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"Great course. It found that it was well rounded and provided me with exactly what I needed." - Wellness Provider


"This was a great course, I am a visual learner and the mini videos were perfect!" Esthetician, Educator / Trainer


“It was a great course with lots of info and detail!” - Day Spa Owner / Manager


As with all continuing education, it is understood that the wellness provider is responsible for verifying that the information provided in courses is within the wellness provider’s state and/or local scope of practice as defined by law. In addition, course participants should be advised that additional training and education are required to be truly proficient in any topic. Once the course is complete and the wellness provider scores 70% or higher on the exam, the wellness provider will receive a Certificate of Completion.
The NCEA Commission on Accreditation has approved this educational activity.
360 Wellness Education (Sponsor License Number: 190-000725) is an Approved Sponsor of Continuing Education by the IDFPR.
This refund policy is specific to this course and the instructor. Refund consideration is available if less than 15% of the course has been completed and within 30 days of purchase. Once 15% or more of the course has been completed or past 30 days of purchase, no refund will be available.
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