Do you wake up in the morning and notice dry, crepey skin from sun exposure?
eMatrix skin rejuvenation is the perfect skin care treatment to stimulate new collagen production and even out your skin’s appearance.
If you are a career changer or esthetician, you can learn eMatrix and other laser treatments in just 1-2 weeks with cosmetic laser training from National Laser Institute!
How does eMatrix work?
eMatrix is a laser skin resurfacing treatment that gently resurfaces the skin. It’s a sublative rejuvenation treatment, meaning it’s non-laser and non-light based. eMatrix can be used on nearly any part of the body, including the hands, chest, and neck.
During cosmetic laser training, you will learn that this cosmetic treatment uses bipolar radiofrequency energy to penetrate through the skin, sending energy beneath the skin’s surface to maximize collagen production all while keeping the skin intact.
Some of the skin conditions eMatrix can address include:
- Acne scars
- Poor skin tone
- Mild wrinkles
- Fine lines
- Sun spots
- Enlarged pores
- And more!
The Benefits of eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation
During laser training, you will learn the benefits of this popular sublative rejuvenation treatment, which include:
- Stimulating collagen production in scars and even out the appearance of the skin.
- Reducing shallow to middle depth acne scars and narrow stretch marks for all skin types.
- Reducing wrinkles, tightening the skin, and even lifting the skin with less downtime than traditional skin rejuvenating treatments.
On average, this procedure takes about 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the size and area being treated. Post-treatment tone and texture improvements will be visible as a result of increased levels of beneficial collagen and new healthy skin cells that are produced.
As a cosmetic laser tech, you will learn typical treatment protocol is 3 to 5 treatments, 4 to 6 weeks apart. The total number of required treatment sessions depends on the condition of the skin and the desired aesthetic results.
6 eMatrix Post Care Tips
One of the things you will learn during laser training is eMatrix post care tips. After an eMatrix treatment, be sure to tell your clients:
- Their skin will feel like it has a sunburn. They do not need to cool their skin, but if they feel any discomfort, they can apply an ice pack or cool air from a fan.
- Their skin will have tiny pinpoint scabs starting 24-72 hours after their eMatrix treatment. This means the skin is healing. Do not itch, touch or pick at the skin as this will disrupt healing.
- Avoid any activity that will heat their body 48 hours after treatment. This includes hot showers, saunas, massages, working out and sun exposure.
- Do not apply makeup or lotion at least 12 hours after an eMatrix treatment.
- Do not exfoliate the skin with products or razors for 1-2 days post-treatment.
- Use 30 SPF sunscreen to protect the treated skin for at least one month.
Laser Training at National Laser Institute
Are you an esthetician or total career changer interested in helping people look and feel their best? Then a career as a laser technician may be right for you!
At National Laser Institute, we offer training in cosmetic lasers that can be completed in just 1 to 2 weeks.
Our Comprehensive Laser Course will teach you the most in-demand laser treatments, including laser hair removal, laser wrinkle reduction and laser tattoo removal.
The first half of your training will be spent in the classroom where you will learn things like facial anatomy, tissue interaction, and pre- and post-patient care. This will prepare you for your hands-on training in our luxury medical spa.
The remaining days will be spent doing clinical hands-on training in our educational setting. We have over 150 employees with a dedicated team that schedules clients for you to work on. During hands-on training, you will watch live demonstrations and get the chance to perform these treatments yourself to gain real-world experience.
By the end of the course, you will feel comfortable and confidant to administer laser treatments for any skin type in a variety of medical aesthetic setting, including medical spas, doctor’s offices and other medical practices.