Information on the Esthetics Program
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The A.B.C. School of Cosmetology &  Nail Technology offers the State of Illinois  Esthetics Program.
This State licensing  program requires 750 hours of training and passage of the State of Illinois
Esthetics Board.  The program includes both theory and practical requirements by the IDFPR.   
Updated March 20, 2016
Below are the major topics covered in the Esthetics Program.
1. Sanitation and Infection Control

2. Human Physiology and Anatomy

3. Integumentary System and Skin
Histology

4. Disorders of the Sebaceous and
Sudoriferous Glands

5.Skin Conditions, Disorders and Diseases

6.Hair, Follicle, and its Growth Cycle

7. Basic Chemistry

8. Skin Care Products

9.Factors that Affect the Skin

10. Skin Analysis and Implementation
Procedures related to Consultation,
Documentation and Treatment.

11. Product application and Removal
Procedures
Employment Outlook and Salary Information

The number of Illinois esthetician jobs is expected to increase 38.23% over the ten year period ending
in 2022. This increase is 4.6 times greater than that for occupations as a whole in the state.

The  Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES
)expects that 632 new esthetician jobs will
become available over this period. Seventy-seven jobs a year are expected to become available on
average in Illinois. Nearly 82% of them are expected to be from growth in the field. The rest will come
from the replacement of workers exiting the field.

The Chicago area had particularly high levels of esthetician employment. It had the third highest level
of any metropolitan area in the country according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Non-metropolitan areas in Illinois can also be good sources of esthetician jobs. The northwest Illinois
non-metropolitan area had the fourth highest esthetician employment level of any such area in
thecountry.


The median 2103 esthetician salary in Illinois was $26,276 according to the Illinois Department of
Employment Security (IDES). Estheticians entering the workforce averaged $19,631 a year, while those
with experience earned $35,991 a year on average.
12.Cleansing Procedures

13. Steaming Procedures

14. Exfoliation Procedures

15. Massage Manipulations and Their
Effects

16. Appropriate Use for Masks

17. Electricity and Use of Electrical
Devices

18. Hair Removal Procedures

19. Color Theory and Makeup
Application

20. General Knowledge of Specialized
Services