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Woman shows staggering amount she makes in a day as aesthetician

Woman shows staggering amount she makes in a day as aesthetician

A little lip filler here, a non-surgical nose job there, the prices add up

A lot of us will happily blow a load of our earnings on beauty products or treatments because of how good they make us feel.

Sometimes a simple coat of mascara will boost our confidence, or sometimes it’s a few drops of filler.

Non-surgical beauty treatments such as botox and filler have become more and more popular over the years and arguably, the salons and clinics offering them have grown too.

But just how much are the people giving us these treatments earning?

One woman revealed her takings in a day as an aesthetician in a TikTok.

The user, named ‘offlinered’, showed followers what a day in her job looks like - with the prices her gorgeous clients pay.

Her first client booked in for a ‘4.4ml package’ on her nose, lips, cheeks, chin and jaw. This treatment was priced at £390.

She saw a handful of clients through the day.

Then she had another woman come in for a ‘0.8ml lip filler’, priced at £120.

Raising up the prices again, the next client had a ‘non-surgical nose job’ plus chin and lip fillers, priced together at £365.

According to Healthline, a non-surgical nose job typically uses hyaluronic acid underneath your skin to then change the structure of your nose.

To end her day, the final client had ‘1.1ml lip fillers’ priced at £140.

‘Done for the day’, her shift’s treatments came in at a staggering £1,015.

Users quickly commented on the TikTok to share their thoughts.

She took in a lot throughout her shift.

One wrote: “I think I’m in the wrong field, get it girlllllll.”

Another praised: “Legit snatched everyone,” while a third commented: “Love it.”

But one user pointed out: “It’s not actual profit though as you have to take off the hundreds of pounds spent on purchasing your fillers.”

If you’re thinking about getting face and lip fillers, the NHS has issued the following advice: “Check the person doing your dermal fillers is on a register to show they meet set standards in training, skill and insurance.

“Avoid practitioners who have only completed a short training course.

“Book a consultation before you have the procedure.”

Dermal fillers are typically a safe treatment if completed by an experienced and ‘suitably qualified’ practitioner but be sure to do your research beforehand.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/offlinered

Topics: Money, Beauty, Life, TikTok