Microneedling Training Course in Oak Brook, IL
As part of its educational program, Thrive Skin Institute provides professional microneedling training and certification. Visit us today to book your class. For more information, call us or visit our institute during our business hours. We are conveniently located at 1301 22nd Street Suite 102, Oak Brook IL 60523. We train future beauty professionals from Oak Brook IL, Glen Ellyn IL, Lombard IL, Elmhurst IL, Hinsdale IL and now with our online courses you can learn with us from anywhere!
**only offered to licensed estheticians, cosmetologist, nurses and physicians.
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How can I learn microneedling?
Can you do microneedling as an aesthetician?
Do I need training in microneedling?
How many needles are best for microneedling?
What is Microneedling?
What to expect from this course?
What does microneedling treat?
2022 Class Dates
Microneedling is one of the fastest-growing cosmetic procedures, and for good reason: it can achieve astonishing results by enhancing the body’s natural reparative and restorative mechanisms. Another reason microneedling is so popular is that it can be combined with other treatments, serums, or solutions to enhance their efficacy and penetration. However, it is also very effective as a standalone treatment. Due to the increase in the popularity of microneedling, there is a high demand for specialists and aestheticians who can perform the procedure. Because of this, microneedling courses are now offered at more accessible locations, allowing people to take advantage of the opportunity to start their own cosmetics business.
Microneedling courses are designed to help beginners get started. While microneedling has been around for many years, its potential applications and benefits are still being discovered. A microneedling course can help you better understand what can be safely accomplished with this great tool. When evaluating skin, microneedling gives you another treatment modality that is easy to do, is extremely effective, and at the same time, is also very profitable. This certification course allows you to learn all the principles of microneedling, observe an aggressive treatment, receive a treatment, and give a treatment.
An aesthetician’s license does not permit them to perform medical treatments; rather, aestheticians may only perform procedures for the purpose of beautification. Therefore, these aestheticians cannot perform any procedure that pierces the skin. Many med spas look at this standard and assume that aestheticians can perform microneedling. However, many state regulatory boards are specifically classifying microneedling as a medical treatment, no matter whether the needles penetrate the outer layer of the skin.
Yes, training is required in order to perform microneedling. Non-invasive treatments are one of the fastest-growing segments of the medical aesthetics industry; many businesses are looking to hire skin care specialists who are knowledgeable about anti-aging treatments such as microneedling. Microneedling is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments, with countless thousands of people visiting med spas in order to receive this revolutionary treatment.
Microneedling courses can vary in length and rate of progression but typically include the same information, such as how to prepare the skin, how to perform the procedure, aftercare, health and safety protocols, hygiene and sterilization practices, how to customize treatments based on skin type, tone, texture, and sensitivity, as well as how to identify adverse reactions or complications.
If you are looking for a new career opportunity where you can advance your skills, Thrive Skin Institute offers microneedling training for aestheticians.
The best microneedling courses teach how to master the art of microneedling, although this is not expected to happen by the end of the training, or even before certification, and can only be achieved through practice, persistence, and dedication.
Microneedling needles come in different needle cartridges, ranging from 9 to 36, and more. Nine needle cartridges are the least invasive and are used to treat fine lines; 12 needle cartridges are more effective and are suitable to treat all mild to moderate skin concerns, including fine lines and deep wrinkles, cellulite, pigmentation, burn scars, and post-acne scars; 36 needle cartridges are more invasive and suitable to treat more severe concerns, such as scars, large pores, and deep wrinkles. Working with these needles can be more painful. When combined with transparent, hyaluronic acid-based serums, needles 9, 12, 24, and 36 are all suitable for microneedling.
Come to Thrive Skin Institute to learn how to perform microneedling! Call us today to sign up for our microneedling course, or visit our clinic conveniently located at 1301 22nd Street, #102, Oak Brook, IL 60523. We train future beauty professionals from Oak Brook IL, Glen Ellyn IL, Lombard IL, Elmhurst IL, Hinsdale IL and now with our online courses you can learn with us from anywhere!
Microneedling, or Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) is an aesthetic medical procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles. These small incisions stimulate an inflammatory reaction, which triggers the wound healing process. Since the skin cells believe there is an injury, there is a rapid regeneration of collagen and elastin, as well as keratin cells. This process benefits a multitude of skin ailments.
Our hands-on microneedling class is featured in three parts to facilitate learning in a progressive and enjoyable fashion that leads our students to successful completion of the course.
Part 1 Classroom– This is the theory portion of the class. Students learn all the course objectives.
Part 2 Watch a pro– Students observe a technician performing treatments from start to finish.
Part 3 Your Turn– is the Experience portion and is hands-on in class.
We know not everyone learns at the same pace. For that reason, we prefer to keep the hands-on class size small to ensure all our students receive personalized attention.
– The history, Developments of needling devices
– Product usage protocols
– Treatment guidelines
– Indications and contraindications
– Pre and post care instruction
– Comparative and corresponding skin therapies
– Growth Factors, Stem cells & Serums
– Treatment and technical demonstration
– Thin skin
– Hair Restoration
– Loss of resiliency
– Lax Skin
– UV Damage
– Stretch Marks
– Premature aging
– Acne scar
– Post traumatic/burn scar
– Epidermal density and strength
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