THE INTELLECTIVE EDGE & THE SCIENCE OF SKIN- 2 Day Class ©
The Intellective Edge - Day 1 - The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) has approved this education activity for 4 CEs.
The Science of the Skin - Day 2 - The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) has approved this education activity for 4 CEs.
A workbook and written examination is required to be completed by the student to receive credits for certificate of completion.
These credits will accrue and apply towards the Intellective AEsthetics: AEsthani Method - Scientific Esthetics
THE INTELLECTIVE EDGE ©
Part A - THE BUSINESS OF SKIN
The framework for a successful practice is determined by organizational skills, industry awareness, and the ability to be innovative and to
recognize key points in establishing a clientele. This module supports the framework in designing your personal worksheet to help you to
determine your goals and to conduct a “needs assessment ”for your practice : Statistical Analysis & Identification - Business Needs
Assessment - Business Plan Basics & Conceptual Alignment - Marketing StrategiesMerchandising – Designing Your Retail Environment
- Services & Product Alignment.
Part B - CLIENT ASSESSMENT & MARKET IDENTIFICATION - DO YOU KNOW YOUR CLIENT?
The landscape of our industry is changing, and a new client culture has emerged. The dynamics of age, health, and convenience has created
a new paradigm in what substantiates optimum and effective approaches for esthetic services in our changing world. The increasing
integration of spa, wellness and the medical professions present dynamic variables in both the way we approach and appear to our public.
This module is designed to enlighten, explore, quantify and inspire you to view your practice and your clients with an innovative and new
perspective: Statistical Analysis and Market Identification - Client Paradigms & Trends - The Medical Matrix- Wellness and Integrative
Market- Moving Into the Future - Baby Boomers and Beyond - Age Related Conditions & Services - Treatment Approach and Rationale.
Part C - PRACTICE DIRECTIVES AND COMPLIANCE
This module presents the directives recommended to be in compliance within our changing industry, and tools to create a more effective
and efficient approach in record keeping and consultative skills. The framework for consultative data and record keeping is essential in
many areas in the spa or clinical setting - and is essential to maintain continuity among aesthetic team members and administration:
Advanced Health Sciences - Modern Directives in Sanitation -Aesthetic Forms & Documents -Product Compliance & MSDS - Assessment
& Intake Guidelines - Consultative Skills & Psychology - Conducting Case Studies - Scope of Practice – Jurisprudence - Infection Control
Our Changing World - Cosmetic Chemistry Overview.
Part D - ADVANCED SKIN DISEASES AND DISORDERS
This highly informative and expansive overview presents the most common and problematic skin conditions estheticians encounter in the
treatment room – the etiology, identification, management and contraindications for treatment will be discussed. To include: Acne –
Various Types Of Acne & Management - Rosacea & Inflammatory Skin Conditions - Pigmentation Abnormalities and Related Conditions
Health Mediated Skin Conditions - Global Skin Conditions & Abnormalities- Moles and Benign Hyperplasia’s- Candidiasis, Tinea &
OUR PROGRAMS AND PATHWAYS
ADVANCED SKIN ANALYSIS METHOD © by PASTICHE TRAINING: This innovative and progressive course is essential for all
qualified Beauty Therapists, Licensed Aestheticians and Medical Aesthetics Practitioners serious about a professional career in skin
treatment therapy. This course will not only expand your knowledge of the skin but give you a new respect for the largest organ of the body.
You will learn how to analyze and determine the both intrinsic and extrinsic causes of skin conditions affecting the diagnostic
characteristics of texture, color and secretions. Relating leading causes to the skin cells and systems affected and how this changes skin
structure and function. Learn to summarize the analysis and write a treatment program following the principals of corneotherapy.
Module 1 – Core Principal – 16 Modules , Module 2 – Skin Texture – 12 Modules, Module 3 – Skin Color – 9 Modules, Module 4 – Skin
Secretion – 9 Modules , Module 5 – Summary – 3 Modules. The course comprises of 5 modules and over 50 UNITS LEARNING equalling
a total average of 50 CEs. The CE’s gained upon completion will transfer to Intellective AEsthetics program and towards the Intellective
AEsthetics’ AEsthani method – Scientific Esthetics Certificate.
CONSULTATIVE SKILLS, ASSESSMENT & PRACTICUM: This highly interactive class bridges the training from the Pastiche Skin
Analysis Program and positions the esthetician in a real time environment for advanced skin analysis and consultative skills utilizing
diagnostic equipment and various tools including digital imaging and microscopes. Theory and hands- on guidance is presented allowing
the integration of consultative skills, though provoking “critical thinking”, and how to orchestrate client skin care programs based on
conclusive assessment findings. Students are required to complete the interactive exercises, workbook and test for the certificate in
Consultative Skills, Assessment & Practicum. Those who desire to receive the AEsthani Method - Scientific Esthetics Certificate are
required to complete in entirety the Pastiche Training -Advanced Skin Analysis: Overview of Skin Diagnostic Tools and Technologies -
Interactive Workshop Session of Advanced Skin Analysis Using Diagnostic Tools -Implementation of Protocols and Exercises for
Documentation - Consultative Skills, Verbiage, Methodology Approach - Assessment & Intake - Vital Information - How
to Conduct and Utilize Case Studies- Designing Skin Assessment Programs - Treatment Approach & Rationale.
THE SCIENCE OF SKIN
Part A – CELLS AND SIGNALS – THE SKIN IN MOTION ©
This exceptional and highly scientific module presents vital information for understanding the functioning of the skin, the relationships
that cells have in messaging, cellular relationships, and how these activities impact and outwardly affect the surface of the skin. Visual
diagrams and illustrations make this dynamic presentation a must for the modern esthetician desiring to attain a “science edge” in their
knowledge of the skin. This unit will also provide valuable insight into modern approaches in the assessment and management of the skin:
Old Thoughts and New – A Novel Approach in Assessing the Skin - Expanding Paradigms and Standardized Evaluations
The Science of Cormeobiology - The Intricacies of Barrier Function - The Evolution and Function of the Cell - Ionic Channels, Cell Action
& Potential- Skin Assessment and Evaluation – A Three Dimensional View.
Part B - PHARMACOLOGY & ESTHETICS
As the health landscape changes through various age groups – increasingly, age related disorders and modern diseases presents the
likelihood of clients taking multiple medications. The skin care specialist should become familiar with of some of the most frequently
prescribed medications by physicians, dermatologists and plastic surgeons that our clients consume. This module identifies the potential
complexities, interactions and the response mechanisms of the skin during the consumption or use of medications, and the potential skin
and systemic reaction rationale: Biological Sciences – The Study of Pharmacology - Statistical Assessment – Client Landscape -
Physiological Aspects of Medications and Skin Interactions - Evaluation and Assessment – Procedural Tenets - The Most Commonly
Prescribed Medications Pharmacologics and UV Radiation, Foods and Chemicals - Phamacological Preparations & Skin Care Products.
Part C - ELECTROTHERAPY PRIMER AND EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Evolutionary research and esthetic integration in the clinical community has necessitated electrotherapy training for the modern
esthetician to become more advanced. And in particular, with the development of newer technologies, devices, protocols and products.
This module reviews general electricity principals, electrotherapeutic components & devices, various electrical currents and their
interaction with the skin and cellular activity: Physiological Aspects and Abstracts: Microcurrent - Sonophoresis - Iontophoresis -
Galvanic - Electrophysiology - Light Emitting Diodes, Radio Frequency - Various Types of Electrical Current and Thresholds -
Evaluation of Electrical Current & Cellular Activity- Scientific Validation of Electrical Current - Morphology and Physiological