A Day in the Life of an Esthetician
I am the owner of business for approximately seven years and I am the esthetician. Esthetician is skin care and I’ll take all the care of your skin in any way that I can. My primary procedures are facials, waxing, and makeup. I do chemical peels to take away acne scars or lines or wrinkle with that kind of being. Send the image skin. On a typical day, when a client comes to me and ask me about their skin, I analyze their skin to find out exactly what type of skin and problems, issues that they might have. I do teenagers from adults to elderly. It just depends. Everybody is different. Everybody has all kinds of different remarks when it comes. The fun part of what I get to do is to make that person feel great about their self, the things that they, that have occurred on their face, if they don’t like, I get to help them get rid of that and for instance acne.
Teenagers have acne issues. We treat that. The one that shows age spots, wrinkles, fine lines, that kind of thing. So I analyze your skin and then we go from there with all the different types of skin care products that we have. It’s very rewarding for me to help others but to feel good about them. The hours that we put in are totally up to what we want to put in our pocket basically. You can work 40 hours a week. You can work 60 hours a week but when you could in the extra hours, if you have to take two days the next week, you’re able to do that and make your own hours. Now that’s saying if you’re self employed. Now if you work into another industry, meaning you work for somebody that pays you a salary, then that’s different. Of course in my aspect of it, I’m self employed. It means that I pay for my own insurance. I pay for my own vacations. So you have to accommodate whatever money that you make and whatever hours that you put in that you put that money aside to be able to afford the luxury that if you did work for somebody.