Dermalogica

The Cerritos College Cosmetology Salon is open to the general public and offers services and products in Cosmetology and Esthetics. Haircuts, hair coloring, waxing, and facial services are performed by students in the programs. Products from Dermalogica are used in the services and are available for purchase for both men and women.

Dermalogica Normal/oily skin kit

Dermalogica is the number one choice of skin care professionals and consumers worldwide. Dermalogica is a product line free of common irritants and ingredients that could cause breakouts. It improves skin health, and is only available from qualified skin care professionals trained at The International Dermal Institute.

Dermalogica Face Mapping

With a facial appointment, you will receive a free Facemapping skin analysis by our student Estheticians. Face Mapping is a revolutionary new approach to skin analysis developed by the International Dermal Institute exclusively for Dermalogica. Our college is a Dermalogica school and our students are trained to perform Face Mapping. Face Mapping skin analysis divides the face into 14 distinct zones, each with its own set of potential problems and unique needs. Using the zones and the Dermalogica Face Map as a guide, we are able to conduct an inch-by-inch, methodical analysis of your skin and make recommendations for your skin care needs.

The Dermalogica products are also sold in our Salon. We have products available for every skin type, if you need assistance selecting products, one of the Esthetician students would be happy to assist you.

To schedule an appointment at the salon, call (562) 467-5047 or visit the salon at Cerritos College, Health Science Building, Floor 2, Room 202. View our Esthetician Services!

*Cerritos College staff receives 10% off all salon services and products everyday!

Discount can't be combined when using the bonus card discount.

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