If life is about change, our skin is proof.
Our skin is at the mercy of a variety of forces, but we can take steps to help our skin stay fresh-looking.
During medical aesthetics training at National Laser Institute, you will learn why our skin ages as well as medical aesthetic treatments to slow the aging process.
The Effects of Aging on Your Skin
Skin changes with age for many reasons, including sun exposure (photoaging), the natural aging process, gravity, poor diet, environmental pollutants, dry climate, stress and even your sleep position. As you age, these factors affect the skin, causing internal and external changes.
The more time these factors impact our skin, the more sagging, dehydration, brown spots and wrinkles appear. During esthetician school, you will learn how the aging process affects all three layers of the skin:
- As muscle tone decreases, the skin begins to sag, and the outer layer of the skin begins to thin.
- The skin may become more pale or translucent-looking.
- Sun or liver spot can develop in areas damaged by sun exposure.
- As collagen levels decrease, lines and wrinkle form due to the loss of elasticity of the skin.
- Your skin will produce less sebum, so it cannot produce the moisture it needs to stay healthy.
- Years of exposure to the sun causes the elastin in the skin to break down, which causes sagging and stretching of the skin.
A Medical Aesthetics Approach to Anti-Aging
During Botox and dermal filler training, you will learn how to turn back the hands of time with a variety of aesthetic treatments. Two of the most popular treatments for anti-aging are neurotoxins (Botox) and dermal fillers.
Botox injections are used to interfere with the nerves’ ability to communicate with the muscles. This causes a decrease in muscle movement. When botulism toxin is injected in areas like the forehead, in between the eyebrows and around the eyes, the neurotoxin temporarily minimizes the appearance of fine lines and can stop new lines from forming.
Fillers are used to target and correct areas that have suffered volume loss as fat pads and bone volume decrease. Dermal fillers can also be injected in “off-label” areas like the nose. This is used to correct the drooping that occurs with aging.
Botox Training at National Laser Institute
If you are a nurse, physician or medical professional who has a passion for helping people look and feel their best, then Botox training might be right for you!
At National Laser Institute, we offer a variety of Botox and dermal filler courses to fit your schedule and learning goals.
Our CE/CME courses are led by industry leading medical professionals and medical aesthetics experts with 7-20 years of experience in the field. Each course is divided into didactic and clinical hands-on training to provide students with the ultimate learning experience.
In the classroom, you will learn about proper Botox and dermal filler injection techniques, facial anatomy, patient selection, and pre- and post-patient care, and more! During hands-on training, you will be placed in small, intimate groups no more than a few feet from the training bed where you will watch comprehensive Botox demonstrations and administer these treatments yourself!
During CE/CME training, you will have the opportunity to learn a variety of cosmetic treatments, including Botox, dermal fillers, Kybella, PDO threads, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and more!
While other medical aesthetic schools have their attendees do hands-on training on each other, we spend millions each year to book scheduled clients for you to work on in order to gain real world experience in a medical spa setting!
To learn more about National Laser Institute’s CE/CME courses or other injectable training courses, please give us a call at 800-982-6817, and one of our admissions advisors will be happy to assist you!