Many people are aware of what aestheticians do, but what about medical aestheticians? Is there a difference? The answer is yes! Aestheticians are limited to how deep they can treat client’s skin, ranging from chemical peels, waxing, threading, facials, and more. Medical aestheticians are trained on treatments that go beneath the dermal and epidermal laser of skin to treat skin concerns like laser hair removal, micro laser peels, laser acne reduction, laser tattoo removal, and more.
Because cosmetic laser treatments have become such in-demand over the last decade, many aestheticians are seeking out the wonderful world of medical aesthetics to add the “medical” in front of their aesthetician title. This adds more skill sets to their original line of work and gives them more clientele. It’s a win-win situation!
Aestheticians seeking out medical aesthetician school come to National Laser Institute because they know they will receive quality accreditation that is both properly regulated and accredited. Through our two week comprehensive laser course, aestheticians learn everything they need to know about cosmetic lasers, including:
– Laser hair removal
– IPL photofacial skin rejuvenation
– Laser stretch mark removal
– Cellulite reduction
– Fractional wrinkle reduction
– Laser safety
– Much more!
This course provides aestheticians thorough laser training and knowledge with advanced, state-of-the-art cosmetic laser treatments. Aestheticians will also receive hands-on training with these modalities and get a chance to practice on scheduled clients within a luxury medical spa setting.
To learn more about medical aesthetician school or National Laser Institute, please call.