Laser Technician Training at Arizona’s Leading Medical Esthetic School

Estheticians and aspiring estheticians typically attend esthetician school because they want to start working within the health and beauty industry and enjoy working with clients in order to improve their skin. But what most people aren’t aware of is that medical esthetician training takes only a few weeks of school versus months with esthetician school, and medical estheticians are capable of doing more technological advanced skin care treatments.

Medical estheticians are those who are certified to perform cosmetic laser treatments and injectable treatments. Estheticians are only limited to the epidermal layers of skin and can only perform surface layer treatments, like chemical peels, facials, waxing, etc. Medical esthetician school at National Laser Institute takes two weeks to gain certification and begin working within the beauty industry.

National Laser Institute’s comprehensive laser training program is perfect for those who are already estheticians, those who’d like to gain both esthetician and medical esthetician training, and those who only aspire to be medical estheticians. This course is broken into two portions. The first is classroom learning experience with instructors who have been working in the field for the last decade. The second portion is your clinical, hands-on training on scheduled clients within a medical spa setting so you can get a real world feel for how treatments should be correctly performed on different clientele.

In this comprehensive course, you will learn:

  • Aesthetic overview
  • Treatment history
  • Client selection
  • Tissue interaction
  • Pre and post care
  • Hands-on training
  • More

We are the leading medical aesthetician school in Arizona and were the first to pioneer the laser training curriculum for laser schools across the country. To learn more about medical esthetician school or National Laser Institute, please call 800.982.6817.

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