Beauty Therapy Courses - Oxbridge Academy

BEAUTY THERAPY COURSES

Would you like to:

  • Learn how to perform various beauty therapy treatments?
  • Learn more about anatomy and physiology in the context of beauty therapy?
  • Learn how to conduct yourself professionally in a salon environment?

At Oxbridge Academy, we offer a selection of beauty therapy courses that will help you to improve your knowledge and develop your skills in nail care, massage techniques, facial skincare, and make-up application.

BEAUTY THERAPY COURSES

Would you like to:

  • Learn how to perform various beauty therapy treatments?
  • Learn more about anatomy and physiology in the context of beauty therapy?
  • Learn how to conduct yourself professionally in a salon environment?

At Oxbridge Academy, we offer a selection of beauty therapy courses that will help you to improve your knowledge and develop your skills in nail care, massage techniques, facial skincare, and make-up application.

What are the advantages of studying beauty therapy at Oxbridge Academy?

When you study a beauty therapy course at Oxbridge Academy, you will:

  • Gain basic knowledge and skills in your chosen area of beauty therapy.
  • Be able to complete your beauty therapy course on a part-time basis from home.
  • Be able to pay your course fees in affordable monthly instalments.
  • Be provided with all your study material via courier (at no extra cost).
  • Be assessed by means of assignments (you will not have to write exams).
  • Be able to ask a qualified tutor for help via telephone and e-mail.
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I will like to thank Oxbridge for the good reputation it has and the best services you are giving to us. My multi biggest gratitude and respect goes straight to Shandre who gives more dedication to give services to us.

– Moratwe Motleke

What will I learn when I study a beauty therapy course via distance learning?

This will depend on the course that you choose to study. At Oxbridge Academy, all of our beauty therapy courses will give you the opportunity to learn more about anatomy and physiology, communication, and professional salon skills. In addition, the different courses will teach you about different beauty treatments and principles:

If you study nail care:

You will learn more about the history of nail care, the anatomy of the hand and foot, nail disorders, and the structure of the nail. You will also learn about the tools and products used in nail care, and you will learn how to do manicures, pedicures and UV gel nails, as well as how to apply nail art.

If you study facial skincare:

You will learn more about the different skin tones, skin types, and skin disorders. You will also learn how to prepare for client consultations, as well as how to carry out various types of facial treatments, including anti-aging facials, deep-cleansing facials, light fruit acid peel facials, galvanic facials, oxygen facials, and facials for men.

If you study massage techniques:

You will learn more about the different oils that are used in massage therapy, and you will learn how to carry out various massage techniques, including hand and foot massage, Indian head massage, and full body massage.

If you study make-up application:

You will learn more about make-up tools and how to care for them, how to prepare your clients for make-up application, and how to apply different types of make-up correctly. You will, for example, learn how to choose the right colours, how to contour the face using blusher and bronzer, and how to apply make-up for clients in different age groups. You will also learn more about how to apply make-up for special occasions such as weddings.

What will I be able to do once I have completed my beauty therapy course?

Once you have completed your beauty therapy course at Oxbridge Academy, you will have a basic theoretical understanding of various beauty therapy techniques and principles. You will then be able to look for work as a beautician’s assistant, or you will be able to further your studies at a beauty school (provided that you meet the minimum academic requirements).

You will also be able to perform simple beauty treatments for friends and family, or for clients on a freelance basis. This will help you to refine your skills and gain valuable practical experience.

Want to find out how you can register for your beauty therapy course?

 

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Glossary:

  • Anatomy: The study of the physical structure of the body.
  • Beautician: A person who works in the beauty therapy industry and provides services such as hairdressing, make-up application, manicures, pedicures, and facials to clients in a salon environment.
  • Beauty school: A school or other academic institution that specialises in beauty therapy training.
  • Physiology: The study of the functions of living organisms (including the human body).
  • UV gel nails: A type of nail extension that looks more natural than acrylic nails. When doing UV gel nail treatments, ultraviolet (UV) light is required to set the gel once it has been applied to the nails.