MICRONEEDLING & CHEMICAL PEELS
Upcoming Class Date:
Requirements: Licensed aestheticians, cosmetologist, and medical professionals.
Medical Skin Needling, also referred to as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), is a relatively new concept being added to numerous aesthetic skin rejuvenation treatment options. CIT, is used to break down scar tissue and to stimulate skin cells to proliferate. This cell multiplication results in the formation of new tissue layers of elastin and collagen fibers as well as in new capillaries for an improved blood supply.
The history, Developments of needling devices
Product usage protocols
Indications and contraindications
Pre and post care instruction
Comparative and corresponding skin therapies
Treatment and technical demonstration
Peels are used to maintain smooth and refreshed skin; as well as for pre- and post-op in a plastic surgeon’s office. A very popular treatment, peels are safe and effective when performed by a trained professional. Medium Depth Peels enable you to provide your clients with either maintenance and/or corrective results. Learn how to properly recommend and administer Image Peels to your clientele. You will also learn how to customize your peels with enhancers for the perfect fit for your clients specific needs in this hands on class.
· Anatomy of the skin
· Different types of chemical peels
· Selecting the correct peel for the client
· Pre-peel prep and post care instruction
· Indications and contraindications
· Treatment and technical demonstration
Be prepared to give and receive a full-face treatment, so please no chemical peels or laser treatments 2 weeks prior to training.
*Please check with the State Board in the state you plan on practicing in, each state has different regulations, it is your responsibility to check the eligibility requirements.