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Insider View: What It’s Like To Be a Certified Laser Technician

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a certified laser technician?  In today’s blog we will give you a sneak peek into an eMatrix treatment with a real client.  We invite you to join Hilary Nance, Certified Laser Instructor, and Certified Laser Technician, at National Laser Institute, as she demonstrates eMatrix Sublative Rejuvenation on her client, Ginger.  

 

Insider View: What It’s Like To Be a Certified Laser Technician

Hilary is joined by National Laser Institute CEO and Founder,  Louis Silberman, who asks the questions we most commonly get from our prospective Med Spa clients and prospective students who are considering becoming a certified laser technician.

As Hilary administers the eMatrix treatment, she reveals how eMatrix is an “All Skin Color, All Skin Type Non-Laser Skin Rejuvenation treatment”. Clients can get the benefits of a laser treatment without the laser side effects on skin types that are predisposed to discoloration.

Certified laser technicians not only perform laser treatments, but also a variety of radiofrequency based treatments like eMatrix.  eMatrix sublative rejuvenation is a non-laser and non-light−based treatment that uses Radio Frequency energy delivered into the deep layers of the skin to rejuvenate the skin without affecting the top layer of the skin.  By bypassing the top layer of skin and delivering the energy at a deeper level, problems related to pigmentation are minimized.

eMatrix allows a very tailored treatment plan which can produce dramatic results with an aggressive treatment and downtime or clients can opt for mild treatments with only a day or two downtime spread out over more sessions.

Hilary and Louis talk about what makes the non-ablative eMatrix treatment different from laser and IPL treatments, and distinguish the difference between ablative and nonablative treatments. With eMatrix Hilary explains she can give her clients the best of both ablative and nonablative worlds. Non-ablative treatments target the lower layers of skin, while leaving the skin’s surface (epidermis) unharmed and intact. Whereas, ablative laser resurfacing targets both the surface and the lower layers of skin by injuring or “ablating” the surface of the skin.

We hope you caught a glimpse of what being a certified laser technician is like.  You can fast track your career path to become a certified laser technician with our 2 week Comprehensive Aesthetic Laser Training Course at National Laser Institute.  

National Laser Institute is the pioneer in this laser training industry and largest medical aesthetics training center in North America. We have trained more attendees to use cosmetic lasers than any other school in the nation. Our track record of educational excellence has led the leading laser manufacturers seeking out National Laser Institute as a partner. Through these partnerships, the company’s outfit us with the most advanced equipment so our attendees can learn on the latest, most advanced technology. Our courses have been credited with creating a safety standard for the use of cosmetic lasers. In fact, the company’s founder, Louis Silberman, advised an Arizona senatorial committee on laser safety regulation. The committee’s input led to Arizona becoming the first state in the country to create specific requirements for cosmetic laser providers.

You’re gaining a world of laser training knowledge with National Laser Institute. Classes are offered every month, click to view the schedule.

For more details on our comprehensive laser training course, please give us a call at 1-800-982-6817 or fill out our form on the right.

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