Why More Estheticians are Becoming Laser Technicians

If you’re an esthetician, you probably enjoy working with clients and getting hands-on within the health and beauty industry. More than that, you probably enjoy making client’s feel good about their skin.

With the rise of cosmetic laser technology, more estheticians have been seeking out laser technician training and certification programs. Because laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, and laser wrinkle reduction treatments are high in demand, estheticians want to add these skill to their area of expertise in order to gain new clientele and provide more advanced, technology-based skin care treatments.

The average person has probably heard of laser hair removal and laser tattoo removal, but what about eMatrix skin rejuvenation that erases wrinkles and fine lines? What about the MicroLaserPeel that sheds years off your skin? By receiving your laser technician training, you’ll be able to talk to your clients about these new and innovative treatments and provide these services that retail at thousands of dollars.

If you’re ready to start earning more money while doing something new, National Laser Institute is ready to provide YOU with the training you need. With NLI’s comprehensive laser training course, you’ll learn how to perform in-demand laser treatments that include laser hair removal, laser stretch mark removal, laser wrinkle reduction, photofacials, and much more. This course is broken down into two parts. The first is classroom training with experts in the field of cosmetic lasers. The second part is hands-on clinical training in a medical spa environment where you will treat your own clients in order to become comfortable with the laser and it’s settings.

We have been a successful laser technician training school for years, training hundreds of students each month. We are recognized as gold standard education and were the first school to pioneer the cosmetic laser training curriculum. To learn more about laser technician training or National Laser Institute, please call.


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