The success of cosmetic lasers hasn’t been unforeseen. Throughout the past decade, the medical aesthetics industry has changed and shaped the health and beauty industry. It has brought about new cosmetic laser technology that has the power to treat a variety of different skin imperfections. In fact, there were over a million laser hair reduction treatments performed last year, which has been steadily rising over the past couple of years, as according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
Cosmetic lasers have brought about a new way of easily treating clients. Unlike plastic surgery, it’s affordable, effective, and many treatments require zero to minimal downtime.
Because we’re such a fast paced society, people want to look their best while seeing quick results. Cosmetic laser technology offers this to people within a medical spa environment.
Laser technicians need to be laser trained in order to perform cosmetic laser services. There are many state regulations that require hands-on training and classroom lectures for a certain period of time in order to meet each state’s required educational standards. If cosmetic lasers are not used properly, you risk injuring your client’s skin. This is why so many states require in depth and hands-on training courses for students.
National Laser Institute is the leader in the cosmetic laser industry and offers students the requirements they need in order to become laser trained. We have been apart of the medical aesthetics industry for years, earning a prestigious reputation and an A+ rating at the BBB. Students will learn both in the classroom and in a real medical spa, performing and practicing treatments on scheduled clients. This ensures that they fulfill their clinical hours while giving them the confidence to go out and perform treatments on their own clients.