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Bellus Academy Celebrates National Aesthetician Month and Careers that Are More than Skin Deep

Bellus Academy Celebrates National Aesthetician Month and Careers that Are More than Skin Deep

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October is National Aesthetician Month and celebrates the compassionate skincare provided by licensed aestheticians. Bellus Academy, an award-winning beauty and wellness academy, is raising awareness of the career paths and possibilities that a career in professional skincare presents.
As National Aesthetician Month is observed throughout October, Bellus Academy is celebrating the science of skincare, the power of compassionate touch and career paths that are more than skin deep.
Throughout October, Bellus Academy is offering a signature Compassionate Care facial and a pumpkin mocha treatment. The Compassionate Care beauty and wellness menu at Bellus Academy includes a facial specifically designed for individuals undergoing chemotherapy as well as those subject to medical restrictions that prevent a traditional facial treatment. For spa guests who want to indulge in some autumnal self-care, the Bellus Academy signature pumpkin facial provides a no-calorie, savory treat to plump up skin and maintain a summer glow as the seasons change.
Celebrated annually, National Aesthetician Day raises awareness of careers that go far beyond skincare. From the artistry of brow shaping and eyelash extensions to advanced spa modalities and technologies for skin analysis and treatment, today’s estheticians work in settings that range from healthcare to hospitality and beyond. Growing interest in natural ingredients and non-traditional interventions like CBD to support beauty and wellness are also generating demand for spa and wellness professionals.
Even the global pandemic has influenced the esthetic sector. “During the pandemic lockdowns, many people became more serious about caring for their complexion and discovered the benefits of a carefully planned skincare regimen,” says Joanne Berry, director of spa education at Bellus Academy and a 2018 American Spa Women in Wellness awardee. “Post-pandemic, we have seen more people seeking to reduce stress and bring more mindfulness in their careers; and esthetics is a great fit.”
Social media is opening up doors for the next generation of estheticians to serve as influencers and digital skincare educators. Nai-Jelee Cibrian, a Bellus Academy esthetics graduate, has built her following on Instagram and TikTok, to more than 1 million followers. On her TikTok platform, she shares how gratifying it has been to monetize a hobby she loves.
Bellus Academy has equipped hundreds of students to achieve productive, powerful and purposeful careers in the skincare sector. Learn more at
The top academy in North America, Bellus Academy has been recognized by the prestigious Intercoiffure Award. It is one of the nation’s most innovative and influential esthetic programs and is the first school
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