During our in-depth, hands-on Microneedling course, students learn the incredible benefits of microneedling, how microneedling works, how to perform a microneedling treatment and so much more.
What is Microneedling?
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.
What to expect from this course
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
What does microneedling treat?
- 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