This course is for anyone looking to expand their portfolio within an Aesthetic Practice or facial therapies by adding the best Mesotherapy skin boosting products on the market to their clinical portfolio. If you have a particular interest in minimally invasive injectable treatments that produce fantastic anti-ageing results and improves skin health, then learning Mesotherapy techniques offer you the opportunity to add a multitude of additional lucrative revenue streams to your business.
Mesotherapy is a highly effective skin rejuvenating treatment and is a less alternative treatment compared to invasive cosmetic procedures. It involves the administration of superficial micro injections, using a technique called Nappage, which implants skin boosting products into the upper dermis allowing for transportation into the layers of the skin where cellular interaction takes place. The treatment provides deep hydration, toning benefits and cell regeneration. The transdermal delivery of Vitamins, Minerals and Amino acids that decrease as we age offer reduced sagging, cellular nutrition, and anti-ageing properties to the skin. Regular treatments can tone and tighten sagging skin, reduce fine lines, and repair free radical damage.
• Tutor Demonstration of Mesotherapy
• Practical session for students to carry out Mesotherapy
Duration: 1 Day practical training within depth theory
Accreditation: Fully CPD accredited
It is your responsibility to ensure that you can gain adequate insurance, before booking this course. We do recommend you contact your insurance company to find out what their requirements are, as they change all of the time. If you do not have an insurance company we recommend Insync Insurance.
What Will You Learn?
- Health & Safety
- The Consultation Process
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Treatment Application and Protocol
- Treatment benefits
- Mesotherapy serum types & most effective brands
- Selecting an appropriate Mesotherapy serum based on skin concern
- How to deliver Nappage and bolus technique
- Complications / Contraindications