Microneedling, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy is a revolutionary aesthetic skincare treatment that aims to boost collagen, improve the appearance of scars and stretch marks and encourage hair growth. The practice dates back 1905 and was developed by German dermatologist Ernst Kromayer. Over the years Micro-needling has developed and has since become one of the most requested non-surgical beauty procedures on available on the aesthetic skincare market.
Microneedling works by capitalising on the body's natural healing processes, by mechanically remodelling of the skin using medical grade micro-needles that penetrate the skin and causing controlled micro-injuries which stimulates a healing response in the body. Thus induces the production of collagen and elastin to help eliminate wrinkles and lines, smooth out the skin, and treat pigment issues.
Microneedling has become a mainstream procedure for many aesthetic practitioners and its not hard to understand why, with a 400% increase in collagen and elastin. patients can get pretty much instant results that can often last up-to 2 years post a course of 3-6 treatments.
The results can be completely life changing for some. The treatment is a more affordable and less invasive alternative to some cosmetic surgeries, that often require extensive downtime and associated risks.
Micro Needling Pen is the ultimate business Investment.....
It can often be a daunting and expensive task to introduce a new procedure into your clinic. What with training costs and the question of will this treatment return my investment?
Micro needling is an affordable, one-time purchase as you will be able to use the machine time and time again. With a single treatment retailing at approx £120 and take less than an hour to carry out. Micro-needling is a high profit low cost treatment, with minimal consumable outlay.
Most clients will sign up for a course of anywhere between 3-6 treatments and as the results are so good they often return for further treatments thereafter and is a treatment that will most definitely sell itself.
Micro-needling can also compliment many other procedures, such as chemical peeling, LED light therapy and some lasers and can be carried out on most skin types.
Where do I need in order to train?
To enrol onto the F.A.C.E microneedling course you will need to have any of the following qualifications:
Level 3 in beauty therapy
Semi-permanent makeup artist
Nurse, dentist, doctor, pharmacist
If your qualification does not appear, please do enquire with your current insurance provider, as in some cases your qualification does need to be within the beauty sector.
How much does it cost to train?
Training starts at £350 with not kit or £615.80 including full kit.
Where do I find out further information or enrol?
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