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Why Should I Become a Cosmetic Nurse?

help others become their most confident selves by becoming a cosmetic nurseAre you interested in leaving an environment that demands long hours where you deal closely with illness and disease? Over the years, perhaps the work no longer provides that rewarding feeling. Nursing fatigue is a very real situation many medical professionals experience. Instead of burning the candle at both ends, shift your focus to a career in medical aesthetics. Read on to learn more about why you should become a cosmetic nurse.

Why Should I Become a Cosmetic Nurse?

The tools and knowledge you have gained working as a nurse perfectly aligns you with a career in medical aesthetics. Your ability to empathize with your client will bolster the relationships you need to create a steady clientele. Acne, stretch marks, and wrinkles are all problems many have experienced at one point in their lives.

Client’s come in with common skin insecurities and want to experience life-changing treatments. Cosmetic nurses are able to take their client on a journey to reach their most confident selves. If an industry centered around helping client’s feel more beautiful is something you are interested in, try a career as a cosmetic or aesthetic nurse.

You have an artistic eye

Aesthetic injectors are truly artists. Through the careful study of the intricacies in facial structure, aesthetic injectors are able to pinpoint where and what to adjust to achieve the desired effect.

You have a passion for learning

As a medical professional, the drive to learn can be a crucial aspect in building your career. As a cosmetic nurse, your passion of continuously expanding your knowledge will make you blossom in your career. The world is ever-changing and the aesthetic community is constantly learning new techniques, medicine, and treatments.

As new technology and treatments develop, more and more people are turning to non-surgical procedures to enhance their appearance. In earlier years where most would turn to surgical face lifts to turn back the clock, causing them to miss work and recover for weeks at a time; there now exists treatments you can have done on your lunch break.

What does a cosmetic nurse do?

A cosmetic, or aesthetic nurse, is a nurse who has taken the steps to undergo training in medical aesthetics. Cosmetic nurses can also become trained in laser treatments and techniques to offer a vast selection to their clients.

Treatments a Cosmetic Nurse Can Perform:

  • Botox injections
  • IPL Photofacials
  • Spider-vein treatment
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Laser resurfacing
  • Radiofrequency Skin Rejuvenation
  • CoolSculpting
  • and more.

National Laser Institute

National Laser Institute is your destination for education by top experts in the medical aesthetics field. You will gain a wealth of knowledge and confidence in your new role as a cosmetic nurse.

During NLI’s CE/CME Online Cosmetic Injections Course you will receive online and classroom demonstrations on:

  • Botox
  • Off-label Botox and Fillers
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Kybella
  • PRP
  • PDO Threads
  • Sclerotherapy

To find out more information about our CE/CME courses, please call or you can live chat with our advisors. We look forward to hearing from you!

Interested in learning more about cosmetic injections or laser services? We offer your choice of virtual consultations from the comfort of your home or in person complimentary consults. Click here to schedule yours.
-Louis Silberman- CEO

About the Author

Hello! I’m Bri Kelley, and I have dedicated the last four years to creating SEO blog content for National Laser Institute. With a family deeply rooted in the company– my mother contributing for nine years and my brother for two– I have immersed myself in the realm of cosmetic lasers and medical aesthetics for almost a decade.

My enthusiasm for skincare and the fascinating realm of medical aesthetics fuels my work. Important to note, my writing spans both the spa and educational facets of National Laser Institute. On the educational side, I delve into the advantages of pursuing a career in either cosmetic lasers or medical aesthetics.

When I write spa-related content, I illuminate the perks of various cosmetic laser and medical aesthetic treatments. Due to this, the dual focus allows me to gain a comprehensive understanding of each aspect within the medical aesthetic field. As well as that, I find great joy in continuous research, which ensures that my content remains current with the latest developments in the ever-evolving landscape of medical aesthetics.