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How difficult would it be to build my own cosmetic mall?

I want to become a doctor first but i still want to have my own business and work for myself on my own time. I like helping people and im a fun bubbly person . #medical #doctor

Thank you comment icon What exactly do you mean by "cosmetic mall"? Romina Lo
Thank you comment icon i think if you have the drive, you can do it! just get a degree (the weeder classes will be hard but you got this)! Emily Nguyen

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Sharon’s Answer

If you want to combine cosmetics and medicine, you can consider becoming a dermatologist or going into Esthetics and opening a med spa. Dermatology is difficult to get into. It is very competitive training. But you can choose to build a practice focused on skin care and esthetic procedures. You could go into Plastic surgery and focus on cosmetic procedures, like breast implants, tummy tucks, liposuction. Or you can try esthetics. This is not as well regulated as Plastic surgery or Dermatology, so you have to do you research to make sure you get reputable training. But you can learn to administer botox and fillers, and open your own med spa with estheticians working for you. I hope this helps. Good luck!
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Vikas’s Answer

Iniya, those are great interests you have ! Beauty and Cosmetics is a huge and promising industry. You can start by taking a small-course in beauty and body grooming management - usually these short-term training courses are run by cosmetic companies - where they will train you on beauty products and grooming skills for your clients. It will also be a good chance to learn from the Business itself and they can give you real-life insights into beauty business. Also, once you train with them, you have a whole lot of options ahead of you - filming, event management, pageants, fashion, private beauty consulting, etc., to name a few.

Few brands that conducts such trainings are Elle, Revlon, Estee Lauder, Fashion Magazines - Marie Claire, Vogue, etc.

I hope you find this information useful, I wish you all the success in your career aspirations and growth.

Thank you.
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