Skin Boosters

Price

£225

Duration

1 Day

About the Course

Skin boosters is an injectable skin remodelling treatment contraining one of the highest concentrations of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) on the market, especially formulated for people whose skin lacks, volume, improves skin tone, texture, hydration, and overall raidiance. It can help to increase firmness and elasticity and promote healthier and softer-looking skin.


It is most commonly used for facial areas, but van be used to rejuvenating the neck, decollete, arms, knees, and hands.


Skin boosters are a great option for patients who wish to maintain a more natural look, or those who do not want or need Botulinum Toxin (Botox) or Dermal Fillers.


 

Course Content:

- History of Treatment

- Benefits of Treatment

- Anatomy & Physiology

- Health & Safety

- Contraindications & Contra-actions

- Consultation & Patch Testing

- Laws and Legislation

- Safe Disposal of Sharp's

- Skin Boosters Injection Techniques

- Product knowledge

- Aftercare Advice


 

Entry Requirements:

If you are a non-medic, you must be either a suitable healthcare practitioner, SPMU practtioner (with 6 months+ experience in the field), NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapist, or equivalent.


If you do not currently hold any of the above, do not worry! Enroll onto our Fast-Track to Aesthetics course for complete beginners!

 

Course Structure:

This course consists of 50% theory and 50% practical. We ask students to arrive 15 minutes before the course start time to ensure a prompt start. You will spend the majority of the course acquiring and practising your practical skills. This course will involve tutor demonstration as well as hands-on practical working with other students.


Educators Teaching This Course:

Emma Marriott

Emma is the owner/founder of Emz Aesthetics Academy. Working as a practitioner by day, and a nurse by night, Emma's passion stretches far She has over 14 years of teaching experience and specialises in botox, dermal fillers, and PDO threads. But loves everything aesthetics.

Emma Marriott