At the Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics, conveniently located 7 miles northwest of Boston, MA, our mission is to offer the finest education and training in skin care and esthetics in New England and across the U.S. Since 1977 Catherine Hinds has graduated and placed thousands of talented and expertly trained estheticians.
Our school envisions the esthetician, also known as skin care specialists, and spa therapist of the 21st century as a primary force in skin health, integrating traditional and whole health care practices in a variety of settings. Today’s professional esthetician must be prepared to meet a far greater demand for knowledge in the vast area of wellness. The Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics is prepared to meet that demand in our skin care and spa training programs.
We pride ourselves on training our students using state of the art skin care technology. The esthetics field is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. The growth the esthetics industry is experiencing, along with an education from our Institute, has helped to create financial independence for women through the lucrative field of esthetics. As a result, our graduates have found promising careers as skin care specialists, spa therapists and make-up artists. They work in various settings, such as salons, med spas, traditional day spas, doctors’ offices and cruise ships. Many successful spa owners across the country are proud to say that they got their start at our school.
Come for a tour and get a firsthand look at our spacious and tranquil facility. You will see for yourself why we are one of the top esthetics schools in the country.
See what a difference a Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics education can make!
There are an abundance of skin care products on the market today. It can sometimes be confusing to sort it all out. Facial lotions and facial serums are one example. You might want to know just what the difference is between the two products. Can you use both at the same time? Do they really serve different purposes?
Facial serums are lighter, more gel-like products that absorb quickly. They are highly concentrated and provide both moisture and nutrients to the skin. A serum is not meant to replace your daily moisturizer. It is an optional product that can help address skin concerns and is applied after cleansing but before moisturizing. There are a variety of serums available today. Some examples are anti-aging, brightening and anti-acne serums.
Your skin is your largest organ and takes quite a bit of abuse throughout your lifetime. The skin is exposed to the sun, pollution, bumps, scratches and so much more. We know that if you take measures to protect your skin when you’re younger, you can avoid or slow down the skin damage that can appear later on. However, some changes in your skin are inevitable and simply a part of life. One of these changes is your skin type and you’ll need to adjust your skin care routine through the years as a result.
Congratulations, you’re a certified esthetician! It’s now time to go out and use those skills you’ve learned. Simple as that, right? Well, don’t forget the importance of repeat clients and refferals. What are the top qualities that clients are looking for in an esthetician to keep them coming back? Read on to find out.
The mission of the Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics|Aesthetics in Massachusetts is to offer the finest education and training in skin care and esthetics|aesthetics in the New England (MA, NH, ME, RI, CT and VT) area. We are state of the art school and an industry leader which is why we have been in business longer than any other institute.