Isabel, a licensed cosmetologist/instructor, specializing in aesthetics education for over 30 years, has been credited for her influence of the Arizona aesthetic business. Isabel set the standards and the foundation for the aesthetics industry in Arizona by opening the state's first aesthetics training institute licensed by the Arizona Board of Cosmetology; National Aesthetics Institute - Scottsdale in 1998. Isabel's vision of the industry was years ahead of its time. Isabel wanted to give the industry a sense of professionalism that had not yet been experienced in the cosmetology field. Taking aesthetics out of the cosmetology school and giving it its own identity was the first step. Isabel was one of the valley's first cosmetologist to be employed by various plastic surgeons. This employment came at a time when aestheticians were new to the medical office and allowed her to co-mingle the medical knowledge with the beauty industry.
Isabel’s solid credibility and integrity put her on the map as the person to go to for developing your skin care business. She has lectured at many skin care and medical expos and conferences throughout the past 20 years as an expert in clinical aesthetics due to her vast knowledge and expertise in educating all aspects of traditional and clinical aesthetics has provided her employment as an independent contractor for salons, resort spas, medical office, skin care, product lines and aesthetics schools. Along with the educational career, Isabel has written and developed training manuals and curriculum for major skin care manufacturers and training institutes for both state board cosmetology schools, private post secondary schools and the private sector. Isabel was one of the first individuals to write a curriculum for permanent makeup and to instruct the course to esthetician school and aesthetics students in 1999. She created, operated and instructed Arizona's third permanent makeup school licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Post Secondary; Artistic Permanent Makeup Designs. Now Scottsdale's very own, Isabel Calleros, brings her unique and innovative techniques straight to your treatment room. Aesthetic Career Development has a very flexible training program and schedule. Isabel Calleros has scheduled aesthetic training classes at several different locations. If you do not find one that is near your location, just contact us at 480-528-0200 or go to our 24/7 online schedule to inquire about a training program for your location.
We also offer the dermaplaning aesthetician training online. You can get our packaged training program video online 24/7. The kit is very explicit and informative and will walk you step by step with our professional training video software. Isabel will demonstrate and train you and any licensed skin care professionals that want to learn the correct procedures and techniques in performing a proper dermaplaning procedure. This is a great added service and profit center for your current skin care business. Isabel also teaches Chemical Peeling and Breasthetics.
Join the thousands of other skin care professionals that Isabel has trained and get started with your new added services that you can offer your customers today and start enjoying the skills you will learn for today and the future.
Medical Aesthetics VS Clinical Aesthetics
Since the late 1980's and into the early 1990's the aesthetics in~ustry has been gaining momentum In the direction of collaborating skin care with the medical community. Plastic surgeons and dermatologist alike have embraced this concept as "additional cash revenue." Specific skin care product manufactures have found a profit in catering to this specific group of professionals with "physician formula specialty products" that have been used and sold in the physician's office only. Does this mean you are a Medical Aestheticians? What is Medical Aesthetics as opposed to Clinical Aesthetics? There is no real debate on this issue, just clarification.
Medical Aesthetics has been defined as medical cosmetic procedures and treatments that are required by law to be administered by a licensed medical professional such as a physician, nurse or other medical practitioner. Treatments may include cosmetic surgical procedures, specific lasers, injectables, light therapy, ultra sound, invasive chemical peels or aggressive skin care to correct specific skin conditions to name a few.
Clinical Aesthetics has been defined by many as cosmetic procedures and treatments administered by licensed skin care professionals with advanced training. These limited medical modalities and skin care products do not require a medical professional to administer the treatments or the sale of products. Procedures and treatments include specific lasers, chemical peeling, mechanical modalities, advanced skin care products. These types of services can be offered in a medical or clinical setting. Clinical aesthetics can be offered in salons, med spas and day spas.
Aestheticians interested in offering Clinical Aesthetics treatments must have advanced aesthetics knowledge and training in skin physiology, laser, chemical peeling, acne treatments, Dermaplaning and anti-aging.