4 Esthetician Business Success Stories [2022]

4 Esthetician Business Success Stories [2022]
Start An Esthetician Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a esthetician business:

1. Moxie Skincare ($38.2K/year)

With startup costs of $150 from a tax refund, this single mom teaches the science of healthy skin with simple, small batch skincare products. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the…

Elizabeth Rabena (from San Diego, CA, United States) started Moxie Skincare almost 10 years ago.

Revenue
$3.18K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees

Case Study
  • Elizabeth Rabena started her skincare business, Moxie Skincare in 2019.
  • With more than ten years of experience as an esthetician, Rabena focuses on DMK Enzyme Therapy and Home Prescriptives to improve skin health.
  • She typically charges $120 for an hour of customized treatments and $180 for a 90-minute session of Level 1 Enzyme Therapy.
  • Rabena also offers advanced treatments starting at $210 through consultation only.

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2. ESTHETICIANEDU.org

  • Business rank: #578K

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3. AAFE

American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) is the leading CE provider for hands-on training courses in Botox®, fillers & TMJ for physicians, dentists & nurses.

  • Business rank: #655K

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4. Healthcare Management Conferences 2020

Conferenceseries.com organizing Healthcare Management Conferences in USA, Europe, Australia and other prominent locations across the globe. We organise Healthcare Management Meetings in the fields of Nutrition and Digestive Diseases.

  • Business rank: #887K

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