What is Facial Therapy?
Facials are just one of the steps to maintaining healthy, clear skin but can also be a relaxing way to pamper and unwind. Facials consist of the cleansing and exfoliating of the skin and the extraction of blackheads or whiteheads that clog pores. Facials are designed or catered to a client’s skin type or problem areas. Everyone’s skin is different, but whether skin is dry, oily, a combination of the two, sensitive or normal, there is a facial to cater to its needs.
Facial Therapy Course Content
- Introduction to Facial Therapy
- Related Anatomy and Physiology
- Common Skin Conditions
- Benefits of Facial Therapy
- Contra Indications
- Skin Types
- Additional Characteristics
- Sex of the Client
- Age of the Client
- Differences in Skin
- Equipment Needed
- Preparing the Client
- Skin Analysis
- Facial Therapy Procedure
- Massage Routine for Facials
- Specialised Facials
Benefits of our diploma courses
- Home study of the background theory section of the course
- ½ or full day practical training
- Easy and fun learning experience
- Mostly no previous experience required
- Full support from experienced tutor throughout course
- Full comprehensive manuals issued
- Certificates awarded upon completion of course
What do I need to bring to the practical training day?
- Your training manual
- Question and answer sheet
- A model if required
- Packed lunch and a bottle of water
- Copies of previous qualifications if not previously submitted
- Full day = 10am – 4pm
- ½ day = 10am – 1pm / 1pm – 4pm
- Courses are flexible and can be arranged suited to your needs
- Payment needs to be made in full at least 2 weeks before the start date of practical training
- A non-refundable deposit of £40 is required to secure a place on the course
What will I receive when I complete the course?
Once you have passed your course, you will receive the Bamboo Wellbeing Diploma. This will enable you to obtain public liability insurance.