Carol Zoller Achieves NCEA Certified Credential


Carol Zoller, Skin Therapy of Charlotte’s master esthetician, has recently achieved the National Coalition of EstheticiansManufacturers/Distributors & Associations (NCEA) Certified Credential. She is one of only three estheticians in the state of North Carolina to achieve this distinguished credential by meeting the highest competency standards dictated by the NCEA.

So, what’s the big deal?

NCEA Certified is the highest professional skin care credential available in the United States. The rigorous NCEA50-day (1200 hours) certification curriculum includes:


Scientific Concepts of Infection Control Procedures

Advanced Knowledge of Human Physiology and Anatomy, Skin Conditions and Disorders

Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Medical Interaction

Advanced Facial and Body Treatments

In addition to mastering these complex courses, Carol demonstrated a theoretical understanding of electricity and the use of various electrical equipment within North Carolina’s scope of practice.

But, not every esthetician is qualified to take the NCEA 1200-Hour Esthetician Job Task Analysis study course and Certification Examination. Candidate requirements include licensure, professional skin care experience, liability insurance, and certifications in First Aid, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automated external defibrillator) training.

This certification credential sets the bar for all skin care professionals. According to NCEA Executive Director Susanne S. Warfield, “The NCEA Certified credential plays an important role in setting the esthetician industry’s gold standard. It exemplifies strict adherence to the profession’s Code of Ethics.”

As such, Skin Therapy of Charlotte is extremely proud that owner Carol Zoller, master esthetician, has achieved the NCEA Certified Credential—and that its clients can reap the benefits of having such a skilled esthetician caring for their skin. 

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