Nurse Esthetician Training
A nurse esthetician is an RN who is certified to perform nonsurgical cosmetic skin care practices and anti-aging rejuvenation techniques. These can include treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, or laser treatments. A career as a nurse esthetician can be full or part time. Nurse estheticians can work in a variety of different settings–medical or day spas, doctor’s offices, dermatology clinics, hospitals, and more.
Someone looking to become a nurse esthetician should love and enjoy working with people. They should also have a passion toward making people look and feel better about their skin.
A RN must go through nurse esthetician training before performing cosmetic services to clients. A medical aesthetics school will train you in the safety and protocols of performing treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, laser hair removal, radiofreuqency skin tightening, and much more.
Nurse Esthetician Training with National Laser Institute
For nurses who want to perform a variety of nonsurgical cosmetic treatments, National Laser Institute is the school for you. We are the leading medical aesthetics school in the nation with over a decade of educational excellence. We train countless medical professionals each year. We offer Botox training, dermal filler training, laser training, and a variety of comprehensive courses. In as little as a weekend, you can become certified to perform cosmetic injectable treatments.
Watch our video below to see what nurses are saying about their experience at National Laser Institute, or read our attendees’ reviews!
Learn more about medical aesthetic training at National Laser Institute by filling out our form on the right or calling 800-982-6817.