About Our Institute

Our institute has been providing exceptional training since 1987. Our commitment to excellence is evident in the success of our graduates, who have opened thriving businesses across the US.

The graduates’ satisfaction with the quality of our education is a testament to our dedication. We are proud and grateful that they consistently refer new students to us. EINE has also never hired recruiters or sales personnel since we opened.

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Mission Statement

EINE is a nationally accredited institution that prioritizes career-focused education with a dedication to excellence. We specialize in permanent Electro-Epilation and Skincare, which we consider the Science of Results. We aim to provide comprehensive training, both in the classroom and online, and hands-on clinical experience that will prepare graduates for a successful career in electrolysis and esthetics.


How much does the program cost?

We offer two Esthetics programs:

  • The 600-Hour Esthetics Course Is $11,450
  • The 900-Hour Esthetics Course Is $14,550

How long does the program take?

600-hour Esthetics course: For a full-time student, you are required to attend 24 hours per week, and the course takes 25 weeks to complete. This is a 6-month commitment.

900-hour Esthetics course: For a full-time student, you are required to attend 24 hours per week, and the course takes 38 weeks to complete. This is a 9-month commitment.

Is there financial aid available?

We are an accredited school through NACCAS. We do offer financial aid. If you are interested in seeing if you are eligible to receive any funds, you can fill out a FAFSA application through their site. Make sure to enter our school code: 038593, and we will get a copy of your results. Depending on your results, you may qualify for a Pell Grant (a grant not requiring repayment) and/or Federal Student Loans. All Federal Student Loans begin repayment 6 months after you graduate.

How do I get my Esthetics License?

In Massachusetts, a 600-hour Esthetics program is the requirement to be eligible to take your state board exam. We are under the Board of Registration of Cosmetology and Barbering. You can find all the rules and regulations governing Esthetics in Massachusetts through their site. PSI is the new testing company for Massachusetts. The exam consists of questions for both the theory and practical portions. It is no longer required to have a state board client to test on.

Is there a separate license for the advanced esthetics program?

No, there is no separate license for taking the 900-hour Esthetics program. You learn advanced treatments that are not included in the basic curriculum. Even though there is no separate license for this program, it is approved through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, NACCAS, and the Department of Education. This program, along with all our other programs, qualifies for financial aid.

How do I apply?

We do NOT have applications available online. Please call (978) 851-4444 or (800) 548-6339 to arrange a visit to our school. At this time, you will receive an application packet.

I see you offer a hybrid program. Can all my hours be completed online?

Our hybrid program allows you to complete hours on-site and online each week. You are required to come to school for 12 hours each week, and the remaining 12 hours will be completed online. This equals our 24-hour-a-week full-time schedule.

No, you cannot complete all of your hours online, and you must be able to attend school for 12 hours on-site each week at our facility in Tewksbury, MA. This is equivalent to two 6-hour days, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The days you are required to be on-site are Tuesday and Wednesday.

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