Medical esthetics involves the practice of performing nonsurgical cosmetic treatments on clients who are seeking out anti-aging or skin rejuvenation services. Medical esthetic treatments can include Botox, Dysport, laser hair reduction, dermal fillers, radiofrequency wrinkle reduction, sclerotherapy, IPL photofacials, and much more.
It is possible for nurses to obtain medical esthetics training to provide these types of services. Nurses must complete a medical esthetic training program through a school that can provide certification. In most states, a certain number of hands-on training hours are required before nurses can set out and offer certain services to clients. With National Laser Institute’s medical esthetic school, nurses not only receive the education they need to excel in the medical esthetics field, but also hands-on clinical training hours with scheduled clients.
For nurses seeking out CE credits, medical esthetic school is a great place to earn them. Not only are you learning something new and different in the exciting medical esthetics field, but you’re also earning the opportunity to earn between $100-$500+ per treatment you perform! This is because nonsurgical cosmetic treatments don’t require the hassle of insurance. The price point for these types of services is a higher average than waxing, facials, or peels, and more clients are willing to pay the price because they deliver long-lasting or even permanent rejuvenating results!
Medical Esthetics School for Nurses: National Laser Institute
National Laser Institute is the leading medical esthetics school in the nation and has been around for over a decade. We train thousands of medical professionals each year, including nurses, in our multiple locations across the country.
Our most in-demand course for nurses is our comprehensive medical esthetics training, which covers Botox, Dysport, dermal fillers, sclerotherapy, IPL, laser treatments, skin rejuvenation treatments, and much more. You will learn how to provide a wide-variety of popular services and receive hands-on clinical training. Classes are taught by leading medical esthetic experts who have been in this industry for years. They go over detailed information, including biophysics, tissue interaction, the Fitzpatrick scale, injection and laser techniques, laser and injectable safety, pre and post care, client selection, and more.
This is a 12-day course that offers CE credit upon completion. To see what other medical professionals are saying about their experience, watch our testimonial video below!
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