Our Facial Massage and Skincare Course is designed for those looking to offer facials to clients. Teaching both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to competently perform an effective facial massage treatment and Facial. This will Include: Cleanse, Tone, exfoliate, Facial steaming, facial Massage and face Mask.
The Course will include:Facial Routine
Dermaplaning is a facial treatment which used a sterilised surgical blade to remove fine villus hair and keratinised cells from the outer layers of the epidermis which leaves the skin looking fresh, glowing and clean.
On your training day you will learn how to carry out a dermaplaning treatment to the face. The training day will also cover:
Micro needling is a method used to treat different skin conditions. The technique involves using multiple tiny, sterile needles to puncture the skin and cause physical trauma, the trauma prompts the derma to re build. Micro needling may help address many skin-related complaints including:
Microneedling, also called Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), involves using a tool called a dermapen.
The dermapen has tiny needles at the end that make little holes or needle pricks in the top layers of your skin.
The chemical Peel is one of the oldest cosmetic procedures in the world. Today, chemical peels are among the most popular methods of improving the health and appearance of skin by removing dead skin cells and encouraging new ones to grow. Chemical peel depth can vary from very light superficial to deep, although several light depth peels can often achieve similar effects to one deeper peel.
The chemical peel training (aha/bha) contain a mixture of Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic acids to remove the upper layer of the epidermis.
The Benefits of Chemical Peels include:
One of the most popular non-invasive treatments available,
No downtime, no peeling,
High profit margin,
Improves fine lines,
Uneven skin Tone and texture,
Photo damage and
•Anatomy & physiology of the skin
•Skin aging and disorders
•Skin peels & how they work on the skin
•Professional and Homecare products
•Professional treatment protocols
•Health and safety implications
•Practical demonstration peeling protocols
•Hands on practice with peeling products – you are able to receive a peel as well as perform the treatment
Microdermabrasion is a rejuvenating skin treatment to reduce fine lines, superficial blemishes and generally improve the skins appearance, texture by exfoliating and resurfacing safely by expertly trained and qualified therapists.
How it works depends largely on the system you will use. As the beauty industry booms the development of new equipment each year means that systems change and become more and more advanced.
There are two different versions you will hear about and read about. The crystal microdermabrasion and the diamond version. On this course you will learn the Diamond Microdermabrasion.
This is a more new concept. It is a crystal free option and instead of the sand blasting approach it uses a “wand” that has a diamond tip. This wand is passed over the skin and exfoliates like the crystal version a bit like using a hard grit file. The exfoliated particles off the face are then vacuumed up through the same wand. This version is a bit cleaner than the crystal version, no gritty bits of residue left on the face, no fine grains to accidently get into the eyes, up the nose or mouth. Using a diamond tip means you can abrade areas near the eyes with less risk as there isn’t crystals firing out of the wand.
Full practical demonstration and guidance throughout the day, learn the theory and practical application of microdermabrasion within a full facial routine.
Health and Safety at Work Law
Sterilisation and Hygiene in the salon
Where to buy products and the different skin types
Anatomy and Physiology relating to the course you are studying
Consultation process and an example of the consultation card.
Contra-indications and how to recognise them
Where to obtain insurance and details of professional associations.
LED light therapy is a painless, relaxing, non-invasive skin-care treatment that has multiple benefits—particularly stimulating collagen and treating mild to moderate acne.
LED treatments work by using an array of bright light-emitting diodes (originally developed by NASA!) that send low-level light energy into the deeper layers of the skin. Red light LED stimulates cellular activity, including the fibroblasts that produce collagen, which gives young skin its plump look. That helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles, treat sun-damage and stretch marks, and reduce redness after more aggressive IPL or laser treatments. The results won’t be as dramatic as plastic surgery, IPL, or laser, but it’s a gentler, more natural, less expensive way to go.
Blue light LED works by killing Propionibacterium acnes, the bacteria that lives below the surface of the skin and is responsible for acne.
Both are highly effective when part of a series—usually six treatments one to two weeks apart, followed by a maintenance treatment every month or two. LED treatments last about ten to twenty minutes, and can be a stand-alone treatment or part of a facial.
The recommended professional LED protocol is six treatments a week or two apart, followed by a maintenance treatment every month or two. LED treatments are painless and relaxing, and in winter have a side benefit of counteracting seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
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