ESTHETICS - DELAWARE

Esthetics/Skin Care
IN
Delaware

The world of skin care is growing everywhere, especially in tourist-centered areas like New England.

If you have ever wanted to find a beauty career that fits your interests and talents, skin care is a great option to consider

State License Requirements
600
Hours
1,200
Apprentanceship

By the time you graduate, you should be prepared for the process of earning a Delaware esthetics license. The Delaware Board of Cosmetology and Barbering requires all applicants to have at least 600 hours of conventional training or 1200 hours of apprenticeship training. You must submit your application, along with a $175 testing fee, and pass both your written test and your skills test.

Education Details

The journey to a skin care career may start at one of the esthetic schools in DE listed below. To get a license in this field, you must meet specific training requirements, including the following topics.

Required Training Topics

  • Infection control procedures
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Skin analysis and cleasing
  • Steaming and exfoliation procedures
  • Extraction procedures
  • Massage movements and effects
  • Hair removal methods
  • Makeup application
  • Electrical equipment use and safety
License Renewal
0
License Renewal Hours
2 Years
License Renewal Period

The renewal fee is the same as the original licensing fee. Barbers, nail technicians, electrologists, instructors, and estheticians must renew their licenses by March 31 of even-numbered years. Cosmetologists must renew their licenses by October 31 of even-numbered years. Delaware does not currently require continuing education hours to renew your license.

Careers
$31,250 
Salary
12.10%*
Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022

The sky is the limit when it comes to skin care. With an esthetician’s license, you can focus on traditional skin care topics like moisturizing, cleansing, facial peels, facial scrubs, and face masks. You can also learn about the most up to date advances in the field, such as the use of microdermabrasion to get rid of dead skin cells and smooth out the face, stimulate the growth of collagen, or minimize the appearance of wrinkles. You can focus on skills that are in demand in your area and use your own talents and interests to keep your clients looking youthful and healthy. In Delaware, the average salary for a skin care specialist is $31,250 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016).

Working as an Esthetician

Numerous enjoyable job options exist for Delaware estheticians. Potential work places include skin care clinics, salons, spas, and eyebrow and threading salons. Estheticians may also opt for working for themselves. Estheticians who choose the entrepreneurial route may work from their client's homes, work from their own homes, or open their own beauty salons. The numbers point to an optimistic job outlook for estheticians.

State board Contact Information

Delaware Board of Cosmetology & Barbering
Cannon Building Suite #203
861 Silver Lake Blvd.
Dover, DE 19904
Phone Number: 302-744-4500
Fax Number: 302-739-2711
Email: customerservice.dpr@state.de.us

The Delaware Board of Cosmetology & Barbering can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license, updating a change of name or change of address information, and acquiring out-of-state and other useful forms, as well as answer additional questions about obtaining a Delaware cosmetology license.

Find the Beauty Schools in Delaware that interest you below,

Academy of Massage & Bodywork

1218 Pulaski Highway, Suite 324,
Bear, DE 19701

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Dawn Career Institute

252 Chapman Rd,
Newark, DE 19702

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Venus Beauty Academy

600 Turner Industrial Way,
Aston, PA 19014

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care