Are you ready to take the next step in your career as a cosmetic laser tech?
Now is the perfect time to enter this booming field as the global esthetic and cosmetic laser market is witnessing considerable growth that is expected to continue for years to come.
Cosmetic Laser Market Grows
According to a recent report from Data Bridge Market Research, the global medical aesthetics and cosmetic lasers market is expected to reach a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.4 percent until the year 2024.
Cosmetic laser techs and cosmetic nurses are in demand now more than ever before due to:
- An aging population. Did you know the baby boomer generation makes up nearly half of cosmetic procedures? As we age, we begin to notice things like saggy skin, age spots and wrinkles. Cosmetic laser and injectable treatments are a quick option to reverse the signs of aging.
- More disposable income. We are making more money now than we were in the past. A $4.25 latte at Starbucks? Sure! $325 for a couple units of Botox every six months? Yes, please!
- Technological advancements. While the first laser hair removal device on the market removed hair poorly, the next device worked very well and was officially approved by the FDA for use by professionals. As more information is learned about laser technology, the better these cosmetic treatments become.
- An increased beauty consciousness. Social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat have placed higher importance on beauty and looking good. Individuals want fuller lips, fewer lines and a glowing appearance, because celebrities and beauty bloggers are sharing flawless photos.
Estheticians, physicians, nurses and medical professionals are flocking to the medical aesthetics industry because it’s a cash-based business. Cosmetic laser technicians and cosmetic injectors can earn supplemental income, working as little or as frequently as they want. And, most importantly, the job opportunities are endless when it comes to medical aesthetics. Physician’s offices, dermatologist’s offices, medical spas and salons, and even gyms are hiring laser techs and nurse injectors to perform cosmetic services.
Medical Aesthetics Training at National Laser Institute
Looking to advance your career in medical aesthetics? Now is the perfect opportunity to learn some of the most in-demand aesthetic laser treatments with medical aesthetics training from National Laser Institute!
In just two weeks, you can begin working in this $16 billion industry.
Our Comprehensive Laser Course provides didactic (classroom) education and clinical hands-on training for the ultimate learning experience.
The first half of the course is spent in didactic education where you will learn things like patient selection, laser physics, pre- and post-treatment care, and more.
The rest of the course is spent doing clinical hands-on training in a medical spa environment. You will watch comprehensive laser demonstrations from your instructors and perform a variety of laser treatments on clients we schedule for you!
By the end of the course, you will feel comfortable and confident performing skin treatments like laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photofacial, fat and cellulite reduction, body contouring (CoolSculpting) and more!
And once you complete one of our cosmetic laser courses, you will have access to our Graduate Services Department, which sends out over 500 job leads a month to our alumni!
Prior attendees have found jobs at laser & niche clinics, medical spas, physician’s offices, salons, fitness centers and more!