Average Salary For Esthetician In South Africa

An esthetician is a person who specializes in the beautification of the skin. Estheticians (sometimes spelled aestheticians) are not medical healthcare providers; instead, they perform cosmetic skin treatments, such as facials, superficial chemical peels, body treatments, and waxing.

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Esthetician Salary In South Africa

The average esthetician salary in, South Africa is R177,539, or an equivalent hourly rate of R85.

How much does a beauty specialist earn in South Africa?

The average beauty therapist’s salary in South Africa is R 150 000 per year or R 76.92 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 138 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 4 725 000 per year.

How long is esthetician school?

Wondering how long is esthetician school? If you are a full-time student or esthetician school can be four to six months.

If you are part-time it can take anywhere between nine to twelve months. It all depends on the amount of time you have to focus on it and what program you choose.

How do I become a medical esthetician?

Step 1: Graduate from High School or Complete a GED (Four Years).

Step 2: Complete a Medical Esthetician Program (Nine months to Two Years).

Step 3: Obtain State Licensure (Timeline Varies).

Is it better to be a cosmetologist or an esthetician?

If you are passionate about skincare and helping clients achieve their best skin, a career as an esthetician might be the one for you. If you are looking for a more creative and artistic career styling hair, nails, and makeup, cosmetology might be more your style.

What kind of jobs can an esthetician get?

Spa Esthetician/Manager/Owner.

Eyelash and Brow Specialist.

Makeup Artist.

Medical Esthetician.

Hair Removal Specialist.

Beauty Blogger/Influencer.

Esthetics School Instructor.

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