Miss Terica Fitzgerald, Administrative Assistant for Betty LaMarr host of Medical Talk News talk show.

Terica Fitzgerald, Skin Care Specialist

Betty LaMarr Medical Talk conversation with Terica Fitzgerald. Topic of Discussion: Medical Talk re-cap and upcoming Medical Talk Shows.

Terica Fitzgerald, Aesthetician

An esthetician is a professional who specializes in skin and skin care.  Estheticians, sometimes spelled aestheticians, are trained in cosmetic treatments of the skin. 

Estheticians specialize in skin and skin care.

Estheticians, also called skin care therapists, specialize in cosmetic treatments of the skin.  If you've ever wondered what skin type your are, or have trouble deciding on which skin care product to buy, you need an esthetician.

Estheticians can help create a daily skin care routine for you, suggest skin care products that are appropriate for your skin, and help you create healthy skin.

Estheticians work in salons, day spas, and dermatology offices.

Most estheticians work at salons, day spas or skin spas, and medi-spas.  Here they do various cosmetic procedures including facials, body treatments, and waxing.  Most estheticians offer a variety of spa treatments as well.

Some estheticians perform specialty treatments like microdermabrasion, superficial chemical peels, and certain light treatments.


The salon is not the only place you'll find an esthetician -- your dermatologist may have one on staff.  They can perform procedures complementary to a doctor's treatment (like extracting blackheads and gently exfoliating the skin). Some estheticians work closely with dermatologists, either in-office or through a referral system.

Estheticians are licensed professionals.

All estheticians must be trained and licensed in the state that they are working in.  They complete 260 to 600 hours of training (depending on the state) and pass both a written and a practical, or hands-on, exam.

This is just to receive their license.

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Bettty Lamarr