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5 Anti-Aging Skin Rejuvenation Treatments for the “No Surgery” Patient

Medical Aesthetician School teaches skin rejuvenation treatmentsWith the advancements in anti-aging technology, many people are forgoing pricey and dangerous cosmetic surgery treatments and turning to nonsurgical cosmetic practices like Botox, laser hair reduction and laser wrinkle reduction.

These in-demand breakthroughs are able to provide clients with results they desire without emptying their savings account.

But did you know that as a medical professional, YOU can perform these cosmetic treatments on your own clients after attending esthetic school?

Here are the 5 anti-aging skin rejuvenation treatments that best fit the “no surgery” patient!

5. IPL Photofacials

This Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photofacial is able to help rid unwanted pigments on the face, neck, chest, etc. It’s known for helping reduce signs of sun damage, age spots, rosacea, broken capillaries, acne scars and more!

4. Fractional Laser

For the client who wants to remove wrinkles, stretch marks, etc., the fractional laser treatment is perfect. This cosmetic laser treatment creates microscopic thermal holes within the skin that generate a healing process that helps stimulate collagen and eliminate signs of wrinkles, stretch marks, certain scars and more.

3. eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation

eMatrix is a radiofrequency skin rejuvenation treatment that works deeper than the fractional to stimulate collagen, remove unwanted pigments, and help decrease signs of aging. Clients tend to see phenomenal results with just one treatment.

2. Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are cosmetic injectable treatments perfect for those who want to add volume back into their skin, such as plumping lips, deep wrinkle folds or hollowed cheeks.

1. Botox

As the #1 nonsurgical cosmetic treatment, Botox diminishes lines and wrinkles on the face to give a smooth, youthful and flawlessly younger appearance.

Career After Medical Aesthetician School

Once you complete cosmetic laser training, the job opportunities in the field are endless. Here is a list of some of the possible job opportunities in medical aesthetics:

  • Physicians’ offices. Primary care physicians, obstetricians and OB/GYNs are opting to add medical aesthetic services to their practices, because the cosmetic treatments are cash based, and there’s no insurance hassles.
  • Medical spas. With recent advances in technology, medical spas are expanding their offerings to include aesthetically- and medically-based services.
  • Day spas and beauty salons. While day spas typically focus on relaxation and rejuvenation, they have recognized the need to add these laser and cosmetic injectable services to deliver more dramatic results. Some businesses have brought in a physician or nurse to provide medical aesthetic treatments to their patients who might get laser hair reduction and Botox elsewhere.
  • Niche boutiques. Small businesses focusing on only one type of treatment can decrease overhead costs while providing excellent service. Niche boutiques have become popular for treatments like laser hair and tattoo removal. While these cosmetic treatments typically require multiple sessions to be effective, this can turn new clients into repeat customers.
  • Fitness centers. Recently, some national fitness chains have begun to offer cosmetic laser treatments as part of their in-house spa amenities. Fitness centers are capitalizing on their current member base and expanding to non-members to provide a one-stop-shop.

Medical Aesthetician School at National Laser Institute

Medical Aesthetician SchoolMedical aesthetician school trains physicians, nurses and medical professionals how to perform these in-demand nonsurgical cosmetic treatments.

With our 10-day medical professional course, attendees will learn:

  • Botox
  • Dermal fillers
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Kybella
  • Laser hair reduction
  • Laser tattoo removal
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
  • Fat and cellulite reduction
  • PDO threads
  • Nonsurgical body contouring (CoolSculpting)
  • And more!

This medical aesthetician course is divided into two parts. First, attendees will receive classroom training from experts in the medical aesthetics field and from other experts who’ve been in the industry for years.

The second part is hands-on medical aesthetics training with scheduled clients in a luxury medical spa to practice real world training based on what you’ve learned in the classroom! National Laser Institute believes this type of education gives students the knowledge, confidence, and skills to go out and treat their own clients.

National Laser Institute is a leading medical aesthetician school and recognized as the Harvard of laser schools across the country. We have earned many outstanding reviews as well as an A+ rating from the BBB.

To learn more about medical aesthetician school or National Laser Institute, please call 800-982-6817.