Method of Delivery
Hybrid or blended
Daytime Hours, Evening Hours
Instructional Program (CIP)
The primary goal of the advanced aesthetics and cosmetic laser technician program is to not only meet but exceed state mandated basic skills training. Curriculum as set forth by the Arizona Board of Cosmetology consists of theoretical knowledge, practical application, and professional business building skills. In addition to these requirements Pure Aesthetics focuses on an all-natural approach to skincare and beauty, healthy lifestyles, the interdependence of health and beauty, and ecological responsibility. The advanced aesthetics program consists of approximately fifty percent theoretical knowledge and fifty percent practicum.
The clinical aspect of our program is designed to give students an opportunity to apply learned methods and techniques on guests in a spa-like setting. Our clinical practice is similar to a real- world work experience where students learn how to interact with and assess a variety of guests’ specific needs and apply appropriate products. Guests are asked to fill out a short performance review at the end of every service, providing students with invaluable honest and constructive feedback, which is crucial to the learning process.
Once students complete the 600 required hours for the aesthetic portion of the program, they will begin their 120 hours of training for Laser, Micro-needling, and Skin Classic. Pure Aesthetics’ laser program educates students in many areas including but not limited to the anatomy and history of the skin as it relates to aesthetics laser procedures, basic concepts about lasers and laser systems, and the importance of safety and contraindications. Instruction includes laser physics and safety as set forth by AZDHS (Arizona Department of Health Services). Pure Aesthetics also teaches students the importance of finding the proper parameters for client treatments, laser hair reduction, laser vein removal and photo rejuvenation (IPL). Students will review hair growth cycles and be able to determine the proper marketing and advertising information to enhance their career as a laser technician.
The advanced aesthetics program prepares students to take the Arizona Board of Cosmetology licensing examinations for aesthetics and produces qualified, employment-ready graduates. Upon licensure, graduates can choose several career paths, including but not limited to; laser technician, spa/salon aesthetician, medical aesthetician, makeup artist, wax technician, product developer, manufacturer representative, salesperson or sales manager, cosmetics buyer, aesthetics writer or editor, aesthetics educator, state licensing inspector, examiner or researcher.
B. Total Cost of Program:
Total Cost: $23,000
Books and Supplies: $4133.00
Enrollment fee: $200
C. Provide a list of all books required for the program:
Milady Standard Esthetics Fundamentals (Provided)
D. Provide a list of all supplies required for the program:
E. WIOA Contact for Enrollment Status /Credential Verification:
Name: Kaelen H Johnson
Phone number: (520) 514-7873
F. Direct Website link to the program:
G. Additional information:
There is no background check requirement for licensing or background restrictions for working in the occupation.
H. Refund Policy:
The registration fee is not refundable. Student kits received are not refundable. An applicant requesting cancellation in writing within three days after signing an enrollment contract, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus the registration fee and the cost of an unreturned or used student kit unless otherwise required by law.
Students withdrawing after beginning a program and prior to completing 50% of the scheduled period of enrollment will be refunded on a pro-rated basis. The scheduled period of enrollment is defined as the entire program.
The refund will be based on the period of enrollment through the last day of attendance by the student. This is determined by the number of clock hours the student has been scheduled to attend in this period. These hours are divided by the total program hours to determine percentage of the program elapsed. This percentage will be rounded up to the nearest 10% and multiplied by the total program tuition. This will then be compared to the tuition paid to determine whether a refund is due or additional tuition is owed.
For a student terminating training after completing more than 50% of the scheduled period of enrollment, the school will retain the entire contract price of the program. Veteran’s benefits and Vocational Rehabilitation refunds will be based on state and federal policies.
Any monies due to the applicant will be refunded within forty-five days from cancellation, failure to appear on the first day of class, or the last date of student attendance.
If the student does not return from an authorized leave of absence period, refunds will be made within thirty calendar days from the end of the leave of absence.
In the event Pure Aesthetics, LLC cancels a program due to insufficient enrollment, all tuition paid will be refunded to the enrolled student within 30 days following the scheduled start date. If for any reason Pure Aesthetics, LLC is permanently shut down after students have begun the course, refunds will be issued based on course time completed.
If a class is postponed more than 60 days from original scheduled start date and the student no longer wishes to continue enrollment, the student may receive a full refund.
• Industry Recognized:
No, the Aesthetics program prepares students for the Arizona State Board licensing examination in aesthetics. It is not endorsed, developed, or offered by any industry organization.
No, the Aesthetics program is a standalone program that is not part of any sequence of credentials.
Yes, the Aesthetics License acquired after completing the program and passing the relevant state exams is transferable to certain other states with conditions determined by the laws of those states.
• Accredited Curriculum:
The course is accredited by ACCET (https://accet.org/)
J. Credential Attainment Rate:
Combination of Education and Course(s)
WIOA Approved Program
2850 East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona
6 - Pima County Workforce Investment Board
Name of Credential
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
Federal Student Aid, Institutional Scholarship
See school catalog for details.
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - ACCET
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
Total In-State Program Cost