As a result, this makes cosmetic treatments like Anti-Wrinkle injections and Dermal Fillers a far more desirable and accessible approach to anti-ageing solutions.
This one day course is an excellent pathway for students wanting to start their career in to the Aesthetic Industry. As a foundation course, we will offer an extensive training package designed for beginners, to educate them on how to deliver Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers in a safe and successful manner.
Prior to attending this course, training manuals will be provided to ensure all delegates are fully prepared and informed, ensuring they leave having had the best learning experience possible. 1-1 mentoring is also available upon request, for those wishing to have a more intimate training programme.
Upon completion of the Foundation course, some delegates may wish to progress their learning further. Our advanced training course allows experienced injectors to develop their current skills and learn new injectable techniques and trends in today’s industry.
Both courses are CPD certified, and all students will be able to gain insurance on completion of the courses.
The neurotoxins found in Botox target the nervous system and disrupts the nerve signalling process that stimulates muscle contraction, resulting in temporary muscle paralysis.
As stated by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, in 2016 Botox injections were the most popular cosmetic treatment nationwide, with over 7 million people having had the treatment that year.
Results can take as long as 5 days for the effects to show, and up to 2 weeks for the full effects to take place. The results will last between 3-6 months depending on the individual.
A youthful face is characterised by round contours, high cheekbones, and a well defined jawline. As a result, the “heart of face” or “triangle of beauty” are comprised by these features. Over time, facial fat loss, gravity, and elasticity within the skin alters the triangles conformation, leading to a less youthful appearance.
Dermal Fillers contain ingredients designed to be injected beneath the surface of the skin, to add fullness to areas where tissue has diminished over the years, as a result of ageing. Particular areas of concern for clients are cheeks, lips and areas around the mouth.
Dermal Filler substances contains Hyaluronic Acid (HA) that is composed of a long chain of sugar molecules found in some fluids and tissues within the body. These molecules work to keep tissues lubricated and moist, adding plumpness to the skin.
Different types of Dermal Fillers are designed to treat the varying signs of ageing.
Commonly treated areas are: