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Your work as a medical professional has defined you for all of your life. Your passion for helping others, plus your penchant for medicine and healing has guided you towards the farthest reaches. You have worked in the medical field for a while and it is just time to move on to another career path. Does this sound like you? Have you always had an interest in artistic pursuits? A career as a cosmetic injector is a career path that will incorporate your talents as a medical professional and artist. Moreover, Botox training for cosmetic injectors will take you where you need to go.

Take the leap into the field of aesthetic medicine; where your artistic talents can flow and you can still utilize all of your skills as a medical professional. National Laser Institute offers Botox training for nurses seeking to branch out into the field of medical aesthetics.

nurses undergo specialized Botox training to become a cosmetic injectorWhy Medical Aesthetics?

Aesthetic injectors are in high demand right now, as the medical aesthetic industry is experiencing an explosive growth of job opportunities. This is a great job opportunity for RN’s who are looking for a way into the medical aesthetic industry. To start off, you will first need quality aesthetic injector training. As well as that, you will need to learn how to compliantly perform aesthetic procedures.

With this in mind, to perform aesthetic procedures compliantly, you will need to obtain the proper certification. Important to note, aesthetics is a regulated industry, so it is important to make sure that you are following the rules and regulations in your state. Then, once you have the proper certification, you will be able to start performing procedures at medical spas in your area. With the right training and certification, you will be a valuable asset to any medical spa or physician’s office. Comparatively, you can start your own practice and be your own boss.

“Finding your purpose isn’t only about making great money, it’s about so much more. It’s about tapping into your passions and chasing your dreams.” – Louis Silberman CEO

What is an Aesthetic Injector?

An aesthetic injector refers to a nurse that has taken the necessary steps required to receive both training and certifications in medical aesthetics. Aesthetic injectors perform procedures such as Botox and Dermal Filler injections. As well as that, aesthetic injectors can train in IPL Photofacials, Microdermabrasion, Spider Vein Treatment, and specialized laser training.

Train With The Best to Be The Best

National Laser Institute offers Botox training in its CME Hybrid Online Cosmetic Injections Course. In this course, you will learn through online classroom formats and receive hands-on training at one of our nationwide locations. In addition, you will learn to tackle skin problems such as loose skin, spider veins, and wrinkles.

What Causes Wrinkles

Wrinkles can be caused by a number of different factors, such as UV light, smoking, or repeated facial expressions. However, there are some factors you can control to prevent wrinkles from forming.

Facial Expressions

Repeated facial expressions are one of the factors that cause fine lines and wrinkles. As the skin ages, it loses its elasticity and is no longer able to smooth back into its relaxed state. Due to this, repeated facial expressions form grooves underneath the skin and produce more pronounced fine lines and wrinkles.

Ultraviolet Light

In addition, exposure to ultraviolet radiation is a factor in speeding up the aging process. For example, the light from UV radiation tears down the skin’s connective tissue. Due to this, the skin’s collagen and elastin fibers break down, which creates fine lines and wrinkles.

Smoking

As well as that, smoking plays a factor in premature wrinkling of the skin. To clarify, smoking accelerates the normal aging process of the skin. For this reason, as the skin ages more drastically, the skin starts to wrinkle prematurely.

Age

Certainly, age is another factor that causes wrinkles to form. For example, as you age, your skin naturally loses its elasticity. In addition, your skin’s natural oil production decreases, which leads to drier skin. Due to this, the skin has a more wrinkled appearance.

Furthermore, fat production within the skin decreases as you age, which causes loose skin. For this reason, the skin appears to have deepened, more pronounced wrinkles.

What Prevents Wrinkles?

Moisturizer

A key factor in preventing wrinkles is the use of moisturizer. For example, dry skin shrivels the skin cells and prematurely forms wrinkles. For this reason, regular use of moisturizer prevents premature wrinkles.

Sunblock

In addition, the use of regular sunscreen will protect you from UVA and UVB rays. A factor in premature wrinkling is exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun.

Avoid Smoking

Lastly, another factor that will help you avoid premature wrinkling is to avoid smoking.

National Laser Institute’s Training

Moreover, train with the best to be the best. Join National Laser Institute’s successful graduates in following your dreams to become an aesthetic injector! Take it from our graduates, The National Laser Institute measures up to the best training and comprehensive education nationwide.

I woke up every morning excited for another 9-hour day of learning!

I attended National Laser Institute’s remote course in Boston, March 2015, and the experience was nothing less than fantastic! At the time I was a recent graduate from an Aesthetics program in NC and after many hours of research I decided on NLI because they are undoubtedly the leading educators in laser theory and training. Every single one of their instructors is extensively educated and experienced, professional, and FUN. I woke up every morning excited for another 9-hour day of learning because the information is fascinating and their teaching style is witty, energetic, comprehensive and thorough. After returning to NC and sending out dozens of resumes to local med spas, plastic surgery and dermatology offices, I was concerned that as an inexperienced, newly licensed aesthetician, I was setting my sights too high. I was ecstatic, to say the least, when two leading medical spas offered me jobs. Throughout the interview process it was noted that my resume stood out above the rest because of the fact that I had attended National Laser Institute. I am currently employed And credit NLI entirely for my success. The only problem now is that I miss all of the instructors and friends I made in Boston! Thank you to Louis Silberman and his talented team of educators for making my dreams possible! You are all amazing and I am forever grateful for my experience with you!”

-Sarah.

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