Advanced Esthetician Classes

Advanced Microdermabrasion Class

An advanced microdermabrasion class covers a range of topics to provide comprehensive training in this non-invasive cosmetic procedure.

The goal of the class is to ensure that by the end, participants are comfortable and competent in performing microdermabrasion, understanding its benefits, and managing the business side of offering this service.

The course is suitable for estheticians and cosmetic medicine specialists looking to add microdermabrasion to their practice. It’s important to note that while microdermabrasion isn’t as heavily regulated as other cosmetic procedures, most states require practitioners to have an active aesthetician or cosmetician license.

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Advanced Microdermabrasion Class

Here’s what you can expect from such a course:

  • Basic Facial Anatomy: Understanding the structure of the face is crucial for microdermabrasion, so the course will start with an overview of facial anatomy relevant to the treatment1.
  • Basic Skin Chemistry: Since microdermabrasion is a skincare procedure, the course will delve into skin chemistry and the mechanism of action for microdermabrasion treatments.
  • Patient Screening & Contraindications: Learning how to screen patients, take medical histories, and identify contraindications is a key part of the training. This section may also cover business aspects like pricing and marketing.
  • Types of Microdermabrasion Treatment: The course will explore different types and techniques of microdermabrasion, such as diamond tip and crystal microdermabrasion, and how to perform them in various settings.
  • Treatment Procedure: A detailed overview of the microdermabrasion treatment procedures is the core of the course. If it’s an in-person or hybrid course, there might be live demonstrations on patient volunteers.

Advanced Dermaplaning Class

An Advanced Dermaplaning class is designed for skincare professionals who want to enhance their expertise in this specific exfoliation technique. Here’s what such a class typically includes:

  • Theory and Background: You’ll learn about the history of dermaplaning, its benefits, and how it compares to other forms of physical exfoliation and hair removal.
  • Safety and Sanitation: Proper sanitation practices are crucial, so the course will cover how to maintain a sterile environment and use tools safely.
  • Contraindications and Complications: Understanding who should not receive dermaplaning treatments and how to respond to any complications is a key part of the training.
  • Hands-on Training: Most courses include a practical component where you’ll practice dermaplaning techniques on models or fellow students under supervision.
  • Full Face-Mapping Method: You’ll learn a signature method for treating the entire face efficiently and effectively.
  • Instrument Use and Disposal: The course will teach you how to select, prepare, and dispose of the instruments used in dermaplaning.
  • Post-Treatment Care: You’ll gain knowledge about what post-procedure options to recommend to clients for the best results.
  • Certification: Upon completion, you’ll receive a certificate that acknowledges your advanced skills in dermaplaning.

These classes are often a blend of online and in-person sessions, providing both foundational knowledge and hands-on experience. It’s important to check with your local licensing regulations to ensure that you’re qualified to perform advanced services like dermaplaning after certification.

Advanced Practical Acne Course

An Advanced Practical Acne Class is a specialized course designed for skincare professionals who wish to deepen their understanding and treatment skills for acne, which is one of the most common skin conditions. Here’s what you can expect from such a course:

  • Comprehensive Acne Education: The class provides a detailed guide on various acne treatments, from conventional methods to innovative techniques like light-based therapies, mechanical exfoliation and Chemical Peels.
  • Hands-On Experience: Participants will learn through practical application, using tools and products such as microdermabrasion equipment, chemical peels and other…
  • Understanding Acne Physiology: The course covers the physiological aspects of acne, including the factors that cause it and how different treatments affect the skin.
  • Treatment Customization: You’ll learn how to assess a patient’s acne and determine the best course of action, considering factors like diet and insulin levels that can affect acne.
  • Medication Knowledge: A segment of the course may be dedicated to understanding medications like Accutane, including usage, dosing, and side effects.
  • Certification: Upon completion, you’ll receive certification that acknowledges your advanced skills in practical acne treatment, which can enhance your credentials and practice.

It’s important to note that while this course provides advanced training, practitioners should always adhere to their local licensing regulations when performing acne treatments.

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