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History of Medical Estheticians
Appearances are everything, especially in the social media age. People care about how they look before going on dates, interviews and in everyday life. If someone has a concern about their skin, it could crush their confidence.
Health and beauty professionals are in the business of making people love their skin again, giving them the treatments that help boost their confidence. As time progressed, estheticians became popular for a wide variety of epidermal skin care treatments, such as waxing, tweezing, facials, exfoliations, and more.
When technology excelled for the beauty industry in the 90s, cosmetic laser treatments increased in popularity. Today, medical estheticians are the ones who perform both dermal and epidermal skin care treatments using cosmetic lasers, such as laser hair removal, laser acne reduction, laser tattoo removal, laser wrinkle reduction, and much more.
Training at National Laser Institute
At National Laser Institute, we offer a 2-week comprehensive cosmetic laser course, which is by far the most popular for estheticians and total career changers, for those interested in cosmetic laser skin care.
The course is designed to give students in-depth instruction on skincare mechanics, laser operations and laser safety. It’s broken up into two parts, consisting of didactic and hands-on training to provide a complete educational experience.
Students will learn the following modalities:
- Laser and IPL Hair Removal
- IPL Photofacial
- Laser Tattoo Removal
- Laser Spider Vein
- Fat and Cellulite Reduction
- Radio Frequency Skin Tightening
During the hands-on training portion of the course, students will be broken up into small groups — no more than five students per instructor. They will watch the instructor give comprehensive demonstrations just a foot from the training bed. Students will have the opportunity to treat scheduled clients in an educational setting to gain real world experience.
Students who complete this training are prepared to work with lasers in any type of medical aesthetics setting, including medical spas and doctor’s offices.
Those who want to enter the laser training field and become a medical esthetician will usually complete laser training before attending an esthetician school. This is because esthetician schools take longer to complete, and medical esthetician introduces some of the basic themes that esthetician schools tackle on a deeper level, so students typically feel more prepared when they complete their esthetician school training.