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Facials Intermediate Package

£1,500.00

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Description

Course Duration

5 Days online theory| 5 Days Practical Training

Price

£1500

Entry Requirements

Facials Foundation

 

Course Description

The facials intermediate package is aimed at experienced skin therapists wishing to bridge into aesthetic and advanced facials.

Treatments covered:
– Microdermabrasion
– Hydrodermabrasion
– LED Facials
– Dermaplaning
– Chemical peels,
– Skin needling
– Mesotherapy

This package requires 5 days at home online study ( you can take more time completing this however this is a guidance of how long it takes normally)

Once you have completed your online theory, please let the academy know and you can then schedule in your practical training dates for each individual course.

You are required to attend the following practical days:

1 Day – Hydrodermabrasion & Microdermabrasion combined
1 Day – Dermaplaning & LED facials combined
1 Day – Chemical Peels
1 Day – Skin Needling
1 Day – Mesotherapy

( course dates can be staggered or taken back to back – dependent on availability)

Course content & learning outcomes Microdermabrasion:
•History
•What it is
•How it works
•Crystal vs. Diamond Microdermabrasion
•Effects of Microdermabrasion
•Benefits
•Suitable Skin Conditions
•Treatment Courses
•Consultation ◦Contraindications
◦Pre-and post-treatment advice

•Hygiene
•Health & Safety
•Professional ethics, insurance etc.
•Marketing
•Relevant Anatomy & Physiology

Course content & learning outcomes LED facials:
Health and safety
◦Sterilisation and disinfection
◦Appearance of the therapist
◦Ergonomics
◦Hand washing
◦What is LED light therapy
◦Skin ageing and turning back time
◦Free radicals, radicals and anti-oxidants
◦How does LED work
◦The consultation process
◦Key points of LED
◦Benefits of LED
◦The treatment explained
◦Other benefits to LED therapy
◦The wound healing process
◦Important reminders and treatment tips
◦Treatment protocols

Course outcomes & learning content Hydrodermabrasion
About Hydradermabrasion
Client Suitability
Benefits of treatment
Incorporating other treatments alongside Hydradermabrasion
Contraindicatoons
Contra-actions
Client Consultation
Serums, Peeling Solutions and Skin care
Cleaning the machine
Treatment Protocol

Course outcomes & learning content Dermaplaning:
Health and safety
Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
The appearance of the therapist
Sterilisation and disinfection
Ergonomics
The environmental protection act 1990
Safe disposal of sharps
The local authority licensing application
Types of cleaning agents
Blood borne pathogens
Gloves
Hand washing techniques
Blood borne pathogens policy and procedure
Skin anatomy
Skin analysis and skin types
FItz patrick scale
What is dermaplaning
Safe use of blades
Waste disposal
Sterilisation
Contraindications
Frequency of treatments
FAQ’s
Treatment protocol
Client pre and aftercare

Course content and learning outcomes Chemical peels:

Health and safety
Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
Sterilisation and disinfection
Appearance of the therapist
Ergonomics
Hand washing
What are chemical peels
Skin ageing
Free radicals
Fitzpatrick skin types
Glycolic Acid
Lactic Acid
Tartaric Peel
Malic Acid
Phytic Peel
Mandelic Peel
Enzyme Peels
Salicylic Peel
PHA Peel
Azelan Peel
TCA Peels
Jessner Peel
Contra-actions
Contra-indications
Treatment protocols

Course Structure and learning outcomes Skin Needling:

Health & safety at work act
Workplace (health and safety regulations) act 1992
Management of health and safety at work regulations 1999
Control of substances hazardous to health regulations 2002 (COSHH)
Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
The appearance of the therapist
Sterilisation and disinfection
Ergonomics
The personal protective equipment at work regulations 1992
The provisions and use of work equipment regulations 1992
The provisions and use of work equipment regulations 1998
The environmental protection act 1990
Safe disposal of sharps
W.E.E.E regulations 2006
Types of fire extinguishers
The reporting or injuries, diseases and dangerous occurances regulations 1995
Health and safety first aid regulations 1981
Electricity at work regulations 1989
The local authority licensing application
Effective cleaning
Types of cleaning agents
Blood borne pathogens
Gloves
Hand washing techniques
Blood borne pathogens policy and procedure
What is skin needling
About the micro-needle roller
History of skin needling
How does it work
Transdermal absorption
Collagen induction therapy
What can skin needling benefit
Client satisfaction
Client consultation form
Contraindications
Needle lengths
Treatment schedule
Pre-treatment advice
Treatment protocol
Contra-actions
Aftercare

Course Learning and outcomes Needle Mesotherapy:
Health and safety
Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
The appearance of the therapist
Sterilisation and disinfection
Ergonomics
The environmental protection act 1990
Safe disposal of sharps
The local authority licensing application
Effective cleaning
Types of cleaning agents
Blood borne pathogens
Gloves
Hand washing techniques
Blood borne pathogens policy and procedure
Mesotherapy
Skin anatomy
Skin types
FItzpatrick scale
Chronological aging and wrinkles
Bones of the face
Veins and arteries of the face
Veins of the body
Client satisfaction
Contraindications
Who will benefit from mesotherapy
The technique of mesotherapy
Tips for patient satisfaction
Requirements for mesotherapy
Side effects of mesotherapy
Localised fat reduction – body
Cellulite

Kit Included

YES

Are Models Provided

YES

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