Millennials know that getting the right angle is important. After all, they are considered the “selfie generation.”
The good news is you don’t have to be an expert contortionist in order to achieve an Instagram-worthy selfie.
Here are some medical aesthetic treatments to improve your selfies. (And you can learn them in just 1-2 weeks with medical aesthetics training from National Laser Institute!)
4 Ways to Improve Client Selfies
- Ditch the double chin
Who decided it was ever a good idea to hold their arm in the air to take a photo from an odd angle? The person who saw a double chin in their social media photos, that’s who!
Until recently, liposuction was the only option available to clients looking to reduce the appearance of that stubborn (submental) fat under their chin that refused to go away despite regular diet and exercise. Kybella is a the only cosmetic injectable FDA-approved to permanently reduce double chin fat.
When Kybella injections are used on the upper neck, the membranes of the targeted fat cells are destroyed. This causes the cells to no longer store fat. The destruction of these cells is then followed by the body’s natural elimination and healing process. The fat cells are typically removed from the area within 4 to 6 weeks after receiving injections.
- Lips are in
Full and well-defined lips are one of the most sought-after results for clients in their 20s and 30s. It’s also something to consider for older clients who are noticing thinning lips, in addition to other areas of the face.
Dermal fillers can correct this. Fillers are used to treat facial lines by adding volume to enhance the appearance of certain facial features. As we age, elastin, the natural collagen in our skin lessens, and the amount of hyaluronic acid decreases, causing lines and wrinkles to develop. Facial fillers lift and smooth out the face by adding a subtle amount of volume.
- Say goodbye to wrinkles
Soften harsh wrinkles by using Botox. The botulinum toxin works by softening the muscle activity that contracts the skin and causes wrinkles. Many millennials seek out Botox injections not because they already have wrinkles but as a preventative treatment.
- Glow on camera
Rejuvenate your skin and glow on camera after a Halo treatment. Halo is the first and only fractional hybrid laser available in the medical aesthetics industry. It rejuvenates and renews your complexion through fractional skin resurfacing. After, you can expect to see improvements in overall tone and texture, removal of discoloration, reduction in fine lines, reduced pore size, and skin reflectivity and glow.
Botox Training at National Laser Institute
National Laser Institute offers the most comprehensive hands-on medical esthetic training programs in the country!
Many nurses, doctors and medical professionals are flocking to medical aesthetics, because it provides additional income and there are no insurance hassles.
We offer a variety of CE/CME courses to fit your learning goals that can be completed in just 1-2 weeks. You will learn some of the most in-demand cosmetic injectable treatments, including Botox, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Kybella and more!
Each course is divided into classroom education and clinical hands-on training. During classroom instruction, you will learn from up to 13 different expert instructors who will teach you things like facial anatomy, proper injection technique, pre- and post-patient care, and more!
The second half of the course will be spent in a medical spa environment where you will do your hands-on training. You will be placed in small, intimate groups as you watch comprehensive injectable demonstrations as well as your peers perform treatments. You will also have the opportunity to work on a variety of scheduled clients in order to gain real world experience.
By the end of your course, you will feel comfortable and confident to perform injectable treatments in any medical setting!