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How to Become a Laser Hair Removal Technician

What Does a Laser Hair Removal Technician Do?

laser hair removal of woman's underarm

Laser hair removal technicians remove body hair safely and permanently using state-of-the-art laser equipment. Laser hair removal (LHR) can be safely performed on almost all parts of the body, and is used most often on the legs, back, face, armpits and bikini area. Technicians are often dual- licensed as estheticians, nurses or physician’s assistants.

To prepare clients for hair removal, technicians first discuss with the client their skin type, allergies, medications and overall health. They assess these elements so as to determine the safest and most effective settings for the laser device, resulting in the best outcome. During laser hair removal, a laser beam passes through the skin to an individual hair follicle. The intense heat of the laser damages the hair follicle, which inhibits future hair growth. It takes several treatments to see permanent reduction of the hair.

LHR Technicians help put clients at ease, educate them on the treatment and also make suggestions for dealing with the mild pain and discomfort that can accompany the procedure. Through the guidance they provide, these professionals make the laser hair removal process as efficient and effective as it can be.

Workplace Details

In some states, laser hair removal technicians are required by law to work in medical facilities under direct physician supervision or under a medical license. In other states, they work outside of clinical settings in salons and spas. Where permitted by law, experienced technicians are able to open their own practices.

Most LHR technicians work full time. Many work evening hours and weekends, especially if they are self-employed. They generally work in clean, well-lit areas. Because the job is part of the beauty industry, many employers expect LHR technicians to be well dressed and groomed. During examinations and treatments, these professionals wear protective clothing, including lab coats, rubber gloves and eye protection.

LHR technicians spend much of their day interacting with people. They strive to build a rapport with clients and to ease their discomfort during procedures. Many technicians also work closely with a supervising physician.

Salary and Job Outlook

State
Average Wage
California
$33830
Texas
$29840
New York
$39440
Florida
$33500
Illinois
$34520

Hover over any state to explore local income and job growth data.

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ALABAMA

Median Salary: 
$34,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $22,000
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $53,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 17%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Birmingham$27,280$33,680$38,970

ALASKA

Median Salary: 
$28,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $25,200
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $53,600

2014-2024 Job Growth: 13%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Anchorage$25,140$27,940$33,340

ARIZONA

Median Salary: 
$29,200
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $64,000

2014-2024 Job Growth: 21%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 40

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Phoenix$17,680$27,070$67,790
Tuscon$19,430$50,410$61,050

ARKANSAS

Median Salary: 
$42,200
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $21,400
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $71,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 10%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

CALIFORNIA

Median Salary: 
$31,000
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $49,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 16%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 180

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Los Angeles$19,360$32,890$55,630
San Francisco Bay$21,030$31,700$46,340
San Diego$19,300$23,790$48,960
Sacramento$19,040$22,830$71,960

COLORADO

Median Salary: 
$27,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,200
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $57,400

2014-2024 Job Growth: 55%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 90

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Denver$17,830$26,670$49,570
Colorado Springs$18,830$22,760$41,830

CONNECTICUT

Median Salary: 
$34,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $20,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $72,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 9%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Hartford$20,650$29,500$68,310
Bridgeport$25,470$43,390$75,580
New Haven$32,620$41,410$64,920

DELAWARE

Median Salary: 
$29,000
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $20,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $38,700

Job Growth Data Not Available

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Wilmington$20,640$31,110$43,910

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Median Salary: 
$33,100
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,900
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $62,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 11%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Washington DC$19,830$47,200$91,790

FLORIDA

Median Salary: 
$29,100
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,600
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $57,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 20%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 110

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Miami$19,090$28,610$57,240
Orlando$18,120$33,180$69,690
Tampa$18,460$25,560$52,290
Jacksonville$19,520$33,580$72,010

GEORGIA

Median Salary: 
$32,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,700
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $45,600

2014-2024 Job Growth: 15%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Atlanta$16,750$33,360$45,210

HAWAII

Median Salary: 
$21,200
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,000
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $62,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 11%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Honolulu$16,830$19,760$39,680

IDAHO

Median Salary: 
$30,200
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,000
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $70,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 46%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 80

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Boise$19,070$42,100$71,470

ILLINOIS

Median Salary: 
$27,700
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,500
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $68,000

2014-2024 Job Growth: 11%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 50

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Chicago$19,800$26,980$69,090
Rockford$21,420$28,040$40,050

INDIANA

Median Salary: 
$18,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,100
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $31,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 13%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 20

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Indianapolis$16,120$18,330$24,150
South Bend$17,300$24,080$39,700
Fort Wayne$17,680$23,990$36,470

IOWA

Median Salary: 
$28,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,000
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $43,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 12%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Des Moines$18,280$29,620$44,250

KANSAS

Median Salary: 
$27,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $20,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $51,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 36%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Wichita$20,140$23,960$38,400
Kansas City$17,420$32,430$60,920

KENTUCKY

Median Salary: 
$32,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,100
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $60,500

2014-2024 Job Growth: 17%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Louisville$16,900$33,670$57,750
Lexington$16,460$20,730$55,030

LOUISIANA

Median Salary: 
$19,800
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $36,500

2014-2024 Job Growth: 9%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Baton Rouge$16,600$27,430$39,150

MAINE

Median Salary: 
$30,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,400
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $49,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 3%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Portland$21,440$33,640$48,180

MARYLAND

Median Salary: 
$37,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $20,900
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $59,500

2014-2024 Job Growth: 46%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Baltimore$21,110$38,330$53,170
Frederick$19,880$32,970$109,850

MASSACHUSETTS

Median Salary: 
$45,800
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $21,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $61,000

2014-2024 Job Growth: 6%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 20

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Boston$26,440$49,580$62,350
Worcester$24,720$45,130$55,130
Springfield$19,610$46,710$65,320

MICHIGAN

Median Salary: 
$27,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,200
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $45,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 9%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 20

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Detroit$18,690$27,820$40,410
Grand Rapids$17,630$21,500$43,330

MINNESOTA

Median Salary: 
$31,000
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $50,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 7%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Minneapolis - St. Paul$18,550$30,730$50,930

MISSISSIPPI

Median Salary: 
$25,700
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,400
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $33,500

Job Growth Data Not Available

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Jackson$17,870$27,120$30,500
Gulfport$17,910$23,600$37,080

MISSOURI

Median Salary: 
$29,100
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $61,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 15%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 20

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
St. Louis$17,550$27,040$62,430
Kansas City$17,420$32,430$60,920

MONTANA

Median Salary: 
$28,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,900
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $54,500

Job Growth Data Not Available

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Billings$25,430$28,500$35,230

NEBRASKA

Median Salary: 
$29,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,600
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $44,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 10%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Omaha$18,780$33,390$47,500

NEVADA

Median Salary: 
$23,500
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $58,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 25%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 20

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Las Vegas$16,760$24,020$59,080
Reno$17,140$22,340$43,060

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Median Salary: 
$25,800
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,500
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $47,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 14%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Manchester$23,280$30,150$40,500
Nashua$19,370$23,760$44,650

NEW JERSEY

Median Salary: 
$37,500
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $21,300
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $60,500

2014-2024 Job Growth: 15%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 40

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Newark$20,340$35,670$53,830
Trenton$33,070$45,140$67,870

NEW MEXICO

Median Salary: 
$42,700
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $87,100

Job Growth Data Not Available

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Albuquerque$17,750$43,930$88,030

NEW YORK

Median Salary: 
$33,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $21,200
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $65,600

2014-2024 Job Growth: 22%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 110

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
New York City$23,700$35,700$62,490
Buffalo$18,610$29,040$43,030
Rochester$20,900$36,050$76,410
Albany$18,750$31,140$46,090

NORTH CAROLINA

Median Salary: 
$31,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,100
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $50,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 16%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Charlotte$18,480$31,300$46,200
Raleigh$17,180$31,260$63,210
Greensboro$20,040$29,060$39,770

NORTH DAKOTA

Median Salary: 
$33,800
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,700
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $44,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 12%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

OHIO

Median Salary: 
$30,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $74,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 14%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Cleveland$20,700$39,150$63,240
Cincinnati$18,460$38,590$77,980
Dayton$18,290$33,150$46,300

OKLAHOMA

Median Salary: 
$19,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,400
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $53,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 12%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Oklahoma City$16,400$19,330$37,210
Tulsa$16,270$18,640$29,530

OREGON

Median Salary: 
$56,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,500
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $86,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 15%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Portland$19,570$64,360$96,540

PENNSYLVANIA

Median Salary: 
$27,500
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,600
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $59,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 11%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Philadelphia$17,540$28,110$61,240
Pittsburgh$18,230$23,890$30,730
Harrisburg$23,590$46,600$61,400
Allentown$21,820$32,250$51,290

RHODE ISLAND

Median Salary: 
$33,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,400
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $48,300

2014-2024 Job Growth: 8%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Providence$20,360$36,660$48,700

SOUTH CAROLINA

Median Salary: 
$27,100
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,000
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $44,100

2014-2024 Job Growth: 12%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Greenville$16,370$26,860$46,880
Columbia$17,540$26,040$30,470
Charleston$17,430$28,800$37,490

SOUTH DAKOTA

Salary and Job Growth Data Not Available

TENNESSEE

Median Salary: 
$34,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $19,500
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $56,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 38%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Nashville$17,090$30,350$48,000
Memphis$21,540$34,140$57,790
Knoxville$19,230$34,560$40,040
Chattanooga$25,680$34,500$45,090

TEXAS

Median Salary: 
$26,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $16,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $61,200

2014-2024 Job Growth: 23%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 190

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Dallas - Ft. Worth$17,320$24,470$80,240
Houston$16,370$28,440$55,310
San Antonio$16,480$26,090$59,510
Austin$16,960$31,430$50,790

UTAH

Median Salary: 
$27,000
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,700
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $38,500

2014-2024 Job Growth: 35%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 40

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Salt Lake City$16,640$22,140$33,510
Ogden$19,610$32,630$39,250

VERMONT

Median Salary: 
$55,900
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $21,500
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $78,100

Job Growth Data Not Available

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Burlington$34,510$69,040$79,480

VIRGINIA

Median Salary: 
$34,600
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,200
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $76,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 19%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 30

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Virginia Beach$17,000$42,670$69,650
Richmond$18,150$27,420$37,440

WASHINGTON

Median Salary: 
$28,400
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $20,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $59,800

2014-2024 Job Growth: 25%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 40

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Seattle$20,640$27,410$49,720
Spokane$20,760$28,330$73,030

WEST VIRGINIA

Median Salary: 
$40,300
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,600
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $79,100

2014-2024 Job Growth: 22%
Projected Annual Job Openings: Fewer than 10

WISCONSIN

Median Salary: 
$28,000
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $17,800
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $48,900

2014-2024 Job Growth: 4%
Projected Annual Job Openings: 10

SALARY BY METRO AREA:

CityEntry LevelMedianLots of Experience
Milwaukee$20,020$31,070$50,900
Madison$20,570$33,480$64,850

WYOMING

Median Salary: 
$60,800
Bottom 10% (Entry Level): $18,100
Top 10% (Lots of Experience): $77,900

Job Growth Data Not Available

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the annual median salary for skincare specialists (including LHR technicians) is $30,270. The lowest paid 10% of skincare specialists earn a median of $18,640 while the highest paid 10% earn a median of $59,780. Earnings generally increase with education, certification and experience.

According to the US Department of Labor, job growth for skincare specialists (including laser hair removal technicians) is expected to increase by 12% between 2014 and 2024, which is faster than average for all occupations. This is due to the growing popularity of laser hair removal, which has become more affordable and less painful thanks to technological advances. Growth of the salon and spa industry is also creating job opportunities for laser hair removal technicians.

Due to liability concerns, demand will be highest for technicians with medical training (nurses and physician’s assistants) or skincare backgrounds (estheticians). Employers strongly prefer candidates with demonstrated professional skill and national certification.

LHR technician jobs are posted on the websites of spas, salons and clinics and on online job boards. Technicians can also find jobs by networking with former employers and clients.

Compare Salaries by City

New York City NY Median Pay

$35700 Per Year

$17.16 Per Hour

Chicago IL Median Pay

$26980 Per Year

$12.97 Per Hour

Steps to Become a Laser Hair Removal Technician

1

Research state requirements.

Some states only allow medical professionals such as physicians, physician’s assistants and nurses to perform laser procedures. It is crucial that aspiring LHR technicians understand the regulations of the state in which they plan to practice. For the most up-to-date information, contact the state medical board or department of health.

2

Complete a high school diploma or GED.

Most educational programs require a high school diploma or equivalent, so finish this before enrolling in a program.

3

Enroll in a laser technician program.

In some states, LHR technicians are trained on the job under the facility’s license. Trainees must usually take industry-approved laser safety courses and obtain an apprentice credential from the state’s licensing body.

Show Me Schools »

Many community colleges, technical colleges, trade schools and career centers offer laser technician programs. Instruction covers laser physics, skin and hair biology and laser-tissue interactions. Students learn proper safety procedures and important routines before, during and after laser treatments, as well as maintenance techniques for the equipment itself. Training lasts anywhere from a few days to several weeks – it depends on the program and the student’s educational background.

When choosing a program, begin by asking the state medical board for a list of approved programs. If no list is available, look for a program that offers a combination of classroom and hands-on learning. Instructors should be certified professionals with extensive experience in the field. Because laser technology changes rapidly, make sure the program teaches the latest procedures on up-to-date equipment. Finally, choose a program that leads to state or national certification upon completion.

4

Become certified and get hands-on training.

Practicing LHR technicians must be state-certified and registered. National certification is voluntary but is growing in importance. Two professional organizations, the National Council on Laser Certification (NCLC) and the International Aesthetic & Laser Association (IALA), jointly administer the Certified Laser Hair Removal Specialist national certification. To become certified, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Complete 16 hours of documented laser safety and hair removal coursework
  • Pass a 100-question proctored exam covering laser safety and hair removal procedures
  • Submit at least 20 case reports for treatments performed under the supervision of a physician or senior provider

The NCLC and IALA recommend online preparatory courses by the Laser Training Institute. While these courses prepare students for the written portion of NCLC’s national certification exam, they do not offer hands-on training. Students must therefore arrange additional education and supervision in order to meet the experience requirements for national certification. Laser manufacturers often provide product training to professionals who already have a background in laser safety.

The Society for Clinical & Medical Hair Removal, Inc. (SCMHR) offers the Certified Laser Hair Removal Professional credential. It’s the only national certification aimed toward physicians, nurses and medical estheticians to demonstrate their knowledge of this profession. To become certified, they must pass a 100-question written exam developed by experts in the field.

5

Consider advancement opportunities.

Certified technicians with demonstrated skill and experience generally have the most opportunity for advancement. Some start their own hair removal businesses or become full-time instructors in the field. Continuing business education will benefit technicians looking to become solo practitioners.

Keys to Success as an LHR Technician

Necessary Skills and Qualities

Customer service skills

LHR technicians should be friendly, customer-service-oriented individuals who are able to put their clients at ease.

Physically fit

A job as a laser hair removal technician is quite physical. Technicians must have the stamina to stand for long periods of time several times a day. They often stand for an hour or more during procedures.

Detail oriented

Careful attention to safety precautions and procedures is essential to protect the client and the technician from injury.

Interested in personal growth

Because new procedures are constantly emerging, technicians should be lifelong learners with a keen interest in science and technology.

Anne Tamkin

Anne Tamkin is a licensed aesthetician specializing in advanced medical skincare treatments. She graduated from University of Aesthetics and True U Advanced Esthetics Program, and attended Northern Illinois University. Before pursuing her career as an aesthetician, Anne served in the U.S. Air Force both at home and abroad. Anne is the owner of Be Bold Skincare studio located in Boulder, CO.

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