Kansas Licensing Overview for Skincare Specialist

Licensing for a skincare specialist in Kansas is controlled by the Kansas Board of Cosmetology

General Guidelines for Skincare Specialist in Kansas

Specific requirements to perform skincare specialist services can generally be used as a guideline, but make sure to check with your local governing rules and regulations.

Who’s allowed to perform these services?


Is a specific skincare specialist license required?

Esthetician license

What’s the state licensing site for a skincare specialist?

Kansas Board of Cosmetology

What are some prerequisites for becoming an instructor?

Hold a current license; Work experience for one year prior to licensure and 300 hours of instructor training OR completed 450 hours of instructor training; Esthetician Instructor exam, administered by board.

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