This course is offered on a full-time (8 months) basis. The course consists of 1020 hours. There are no large classes and each student receives expert and personal attention. Here, all the latest scientific methods and apparatus are thoroughly studied. Students will be exposed to the most relevant and modern aspects of Aesthetics. Students will be given the knowledge required to undertake a career in Aesthetics and start their own business in the Aesthetics field. Students will also learn the importance of the professional ethics


Due to today’s active lifestyles, people are seeking alternatives to better health, and well being, and a better quality of life. The market demand for the well-trained and professional Aesthetician is continually growing because of the demand. Whether your dream is of owning your own skin care clinic or day spa, becoming a beauty consultant for a cosmetic firm, or simply managing a business on a part-time or full-time basis, you will be on your way to a successful and rewarding career with a diploma from Brampton Skin Care Academy.

Diverse Career Options

  • Home Business Aesthetics
  • Skin Care Technician/Dermologist
  • Beauty Salon / Spa owner
  • Make-up Artist for Salon
  • Salon Aesthetician
  • Directors
  • Beauty Clinics
  • Manicurist / Pedicurist
  • Nail Technician
  • Esthetic Instructor
  • Manufacture’s Representative
  • Purchaser for cosmetic houses
  • Dermatologist/Skin Care Technician
  • Suppliers for cosmetic houses
  • Technical Educators
  • Beauty Therapist in a Fitness Center
  • Lab Supervisor forAesthetic School

Curriculum – Aesthetics

  • Skin Care
  • Nail Care
  • Waxing
  • Make-up Artistry
  • Body Care (Relaxing Massage)
  • Figure Configuration
  • Electrolysis
  • Practical lab studies

Skin Care

  • Salon sanitation and sterilization for hands
  • Skin diagnosis
  • Anatomy of cells, tissues, organs
  • Muscular, circulatory, nervous, endocrine, Digestive, respiratory systems
  • Nutrition
  • Physiology of the skin and related organs (hair & skin glands)
  • Dermatology-skin disorders, allergies
  • Enemies of the Skin: Pollution, UV rays, smoking, diet, general health
  • Basic chemistry, product knowledge, facial mask therapy, cosmetic ingredients, vitamins, mineral, natural extracts,
  • organic, vegetable & fruit extracts, proteins and amino acids
  • European massage for the face, neck and décolleté
  • lymphatic drainage of the face and neck
  • Facial skin treatments for dry, oily, sensitive, alipic skin, acne (rosacea, vulgaris, punctate) dehydrated skin, devitalized skin, aging, young skin/teenager (puberty),
  • European facials, Swedish facials, mini-facials, mask therapy, epidermabrasion, extractions for comedones, milia, blemishes, peels, scrubs and acids.
  • Male skin care & grooming
  • Differences between male and female skin structure
  • Electrotherapy and the use of specialized equipment in professional skin care
  • high frequency, brushing and vacuum suction massage, Hands on practice

Nail Care

Manicure & Pedicure

  • Anatomy and physiology of the hands, arms, feet & lower legs
  • Nail structure, nail & foot disorders-Indications and contra Indications to treatment
  • Hygiene: bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization.
  • Treatment procedure for manicures & pedicures
  • Basic (manicure/pedicure) -dry manicure/pedicure
  • French (manicure/pedicure) – hot oil manicure/pedicure
  • Aromatherapy recipes for hands and feet
  • Application of nail tips
  • Spa hand & foot treatment: paraffin treatments for hands and feet,
  • Massage of the hands, lower arms, feet & lower legs
  • Hand and foot problems including ingrown nails, excessive perspiration, thick nails, nail fungus, corns, callus,
  • Verruca and Athlete’s foot
  • Do’s & Don’ts of treating
  • Hands on practice
  • Time management skills
  • Working within the guidelines set by the industry standards


  • Hygiene: sanitation, sterilization, salon cleanliness
  • The study of the hair
  • Waxing treatments for face and body
  • Waxing for male clients
  • Eyebrow shaping
  • Speed waxing application
  • Use &application of soft, hard and cream waxes
  • Exfoliation of ingrown hair
  • Comparing different methods of hair removal
  • Safety precautions in waxing
  • Pre and post treatment care
  • Client sheet/chart
  • Hands on practice
  • Time management skills
  • Working within the guidelines set by the industry standards

Make-Up Artistry

  • Review of skin care
  • Hygiene:sanitation, sterilization
  • Basic skin care preparation
  • Identifying basic skin types, cleansing toning, moisturizing
  • Knowledge of make up products available
  • The study of color and the color wheel
  • Corrective techniques, study of face shapes eyes, nose, mouth, brows, contouring, highlighting
  • Eyebrow shaping, eyelash & brows tinting
  • Make up application
  • The mature woman, evening/ glamour make up
  • Professional Photography,
  • Film & video, ramp/runway make up
  • Bridal make up
  • Building a portfolio
  • Organizing a professional make up kit
  • Hands-On Practice
  • Time management skills
  • Working within the guidelines set down by industry standards
  • Prerequisites is skin care

Body Care

  • A review of basic anatomy and physiology, of muscles, bones, circulatory and lymph systems
  • Sanitation and sterilization
  • Conditions generally relieved by massage
  • Theory of Spa concepts, facilities & equipment, theory of hydrotherapy, vichy shower, wet treatments
  • Heat Therapy
  • Electrotherapy: benefits, applications and contra Indications of vibratory massage units, vacussage & lymphatic drainage equipment, E.M.S. (Electrical Muscle Stimulation Equipment) EMS for the purpose of toning, firming, relaxation and stimulation
  • Figure Configuration
  • Body Treatments: Cellulite, slimming treatments, body polishing & exfoliating, salt & loofah scrubs, dry body brushing, firming, toning treatments, stretch marks treatments, back Facial treatments, parafango body wraps, seaweed/algae body wraps, wellness treatments for detoxification, De-stressing, Anti-aging body moisturizing treatments
  • Relaxation Swedish body massage (not RMT), various types of massage, effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapping, vibrations, trigger points
  • Client sheet/chart preparation
  • Hands- on practice
  • Time management skills
  • Working within the guidelines set by the industry standards


  • Hygiene: Sterilization and sanitation bacteriology, infection control, hygienic procedures using dry heat sterilizer
  • The Electrologist as a professional/ethics
  • Skin & related organs
  • Dermatology: Skin types, disorders, allergies of the skin
  • Typology, the study of hair and follicle
  • Nervous system, Angiology, endocrine system (Hormonal Influence on Hair Growth)
  • Step-by-Step Electrolysis Treatment procedure for doing Thermolysis
  • Indication & Contra Indications for each treatment modality
  • Establishing the working point, timing and intensity, establishing correct settings on electrolysis apparatus
  • Use of Computerized and manual Electrolysis equipment
  • Client sensitivity and pain thresholds
  • Administration of treatment on face and body areas
  • Dealing with re-growth
  • Pre & post treatment care
  • Client Consultation, Ethics, professional image, record keeping and client charts laws, rules and regulations
  • Hands On Practice
  • Time management skills
  • Working within the guidelines set by the industry standards

Pracitcal Lab Studies


Independent hands-on training (Under full supervision) This 2 months component of the diploma program allows the aesthetician to:

  • Independently make decisions
  • Learn time management – industry standards
  • How to operate a Salon or an Aesthetic Clinic
  • Become competent in identifying & recommending appropriate treatments and products


Field Trips, Aesthetician’ Professional Image, Conduct & ethics, Customer Relations, Consultations, Telephone Techniques, Record keeping, Sales & Marketing Retailing and Displays, Marketing Products and Service, Advertising & Promotion, Salon Layout & Organization, Industry trade shows, magazines, etc. Brochure development