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Beauty Isn’t The Only Reason For Botox

Botox To Look Better At WorkBotox is a cosmetic procedure, so you might assume vanity is the only motivating factor for going under the needle.

A new study found that more than half of individuals requesting this minimally-invasive treatment say it is to look better at work. Two-thirds believe the procedure would boost their confidence and improve their quality of life.

Botox To Look Better At Work

According to the latest statistics from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the popularity of Botox has skyrocketed! The past five years have seen a 40.6 percent increase in botulinum toxin injections. 

During a recent study, researchers at Northwestern University investigated why so many of us undergo cosmetic treatments. They recruited 511 patients seeking medical cosmetic surgical procedures and found: 

  • 70 percent wanted to improve their psychological well-being.
  • 61 percent wanted to treat themselves or celebrate an occasion.
  • 59 percent wanted a competitive edge at work.
  • 53 percent underwent Botox to protect their physical health.

Botox is a neurotoxin that contains the botulinum toxin, which works to relax the facial muscles temporarily. It is approved for treatment of frown lines between the eyebrows, crow’s feet and forehead furrows. These injections are also used to treat medical conditions such as hyperhidrosis, chronic migraines and bladder dysfunction.

Botox Training at National Laser Institute

If you are a nurse, physician or medical professional looking to increase your earning potential by adding new medical aesthetics treatments to your practice, consider Botox and dermal fillers training at National Laser Institute!

We offer a variety of CE/CME courses to fit your learning goals and schedule. Each CE/CME course includes didactic theory and clinical hands-on training for the ultimate learning experience.

In the classroom, you will learn things such as client safety, the aging process, types of neurotoxins and fillers, and Botox injection techniques.

Clinicals are spent in an educational setting where you will be placed in small, intimate groups for the rest of your training. You will observe comprehensive Botox demonstrations and perform Botox and dermal fillers treatments on real clients.

By the end of the course, you will have experience with some of the most requested injectable treatments, including Botox, dermal fillers (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm, etc.), Kybella, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), PDO threads and more!

If you would like to learn more about our CE/CME courses and Botox training for medical professionals, fill out the form on your right or give us a call at 800-982-6817.