Due to increase in beauty consciousness and advances in laser technology, among other factors, nearly a quarter million more cosmetic procedures were performed in 2018 than the previous year.
If you have a passion for helping others look and feel your best, did you know that you can learn cosmetic lasers in two weeks and begin a rewarding career in the medical aesthetics industry?
People from all walks of life, whether they’re hair stylists, business owners, accountants or stay-at-home moms can achieve a new career in two weeks (or less!).
Once you’re trained, there are several treatments you can perform as a laser tech working in one of the thousands of medical spas, physician’s offices, fitness centers, niche clinics and more.
Are you ready to take that leap? The National Laser Institute, the leading aesthetics school in the nation, offers cosmetic laser training for estheticians, cosmetologists and complete career changers who are looking to begin a career in the $16 BILLION industry.
Treatments You Can Perform As A Laser Tech
Cosmetic laser training for estheticians, cosmetologists and complete career changers is jam-packed with valuable knowledge designed to give you in-depth knowledge of skin care mechanics like how lasers work, clinical applications and laser safety. Clinicals give you the opportunity to put your newfound skills to the test where you’ll treat real clients in a medical spa setting with instructor supervision.
Let’s explore some of the treatments you can perform as a laser tech once you graduate:
Best For: Stubborn belly and body fat
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive treatment that has quickly become the most requested fat-reduction procedure with 7 million patients and counting! How does CoolSculpting work? Fat freezing technology gently contours your body while eliminating unwanted fat without going under the knife. CoolSculpting is the only FDA-approved body contouring treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that won’t go away with diet and exercise.
Best For: Cellulite reduction
This cellulite reduction treatment uses a combination of infrared light, bipolar radiofrequency and vacuum massage techniques to rid the body of unwanted cellulite. Delivered by a handheld device, the massage techniques are used to smooth and firm the skin’s surface while the cosmetic light is delivered into the skin to increase metabolism, promote lymphatic drainage and reduce the size of fat cells.
HALO Hybrid* Fractional
Best For: Smoother, glowing skin
HALO is the best of both worlds! The treatment combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to provide ablative results, with non-ablative downtime. This minimally invasive procedure is excellent for sun damage, freckling, and minor tone and texture issues of the skin.
Best For: Boosting collagen
Safe for all skin types, microneedling helps combat several skin care concerns, including melasma, stretch marks and so much more! During laser training for estheticians, you’ll learn that the microneedling device creates microscopic injuries to the skin that stimulate the body’s natural healing process to bring firmness to the skin’s surface by increasing collagen production.
Best For: Skin rejuvenation
eMatrix uses state-of-the-art skin rejuvenation technology to improve skin tone and texture. The eMatrix skin rejuvenation treatment works by using bipolar radiofrequency technology to allow heat and energy deep below the surface layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production. By heating deep within the skin, the body naturally stimulates a healing process that regenerates the skin, producing a rejuvenated appearance.
Learn Cosmetic Lasers In Two Weeks
Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity? Speak with an admissions advisor to learn about the treatments you can perform as a laser tech!
National Laser Institute offers cosmetic laser training for estheticians, cosmetologists and complete career changers that can be completed in two weeks.
Learn cosmetic lasers in two weeks with our Comprehensive Laser Course, which will prepare you for an exciting career in aesthetics. The course combines classroom education and hands-on clinical training for a comprehensive learning experience!
Classroom instruction provides you in-depth knowledge of skin care mechanics like how lasers work, clinical applications and laser safety. This will prepare you for clinicals in a medical spa environment where you’ll perform cosmetic procedures like laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin tightening, body contouring (CoolSculpting) and so much more!
To assist you with your job search, we have a Graduate Services Department that sends out over 500 job leads per month to our alumni across the country. We’ll also assist you with your resume and provide you with interview pointers!
For more information on laser training for estheticians, fill out the form on the right or call 1-800-982-6817 to speak with an admissions advisor.