Beauty has been a huge market ever since advertising and media blew up out of proportion. There are tons of products launched every year that promise people to correct their uneven skin tone, or make their lashes look longer, or even make them lose all the excess weight instantly. Lots of promises are made, only to be broken almost immediately after they are bought. Unfortunately, none of the beauty products that guarantee you freedom from wrinkles, crow’s feet and fine lines really work. One product that does work beautifully for the elimination of wrinkles and fine lines, and is non-surgical, is called Botox.
Considering the fact that Botox is extremely popular among the aging baby boomers and is continually growing to become the hottest commodity available to people out there, it is not shocking to know that there is also a growing demand for medical professionals that are certified to perform this procedure. While many medical professionals in the United States qualify to receive the Botox injections training, not many realize how easy it is to do so. For starters, Botox training can be completed in just one day including the practical training. You can opt for the one day training at National Laser Institute’s medical aesthetics school if you are short on time allowing you to complete your Botox training course in just one weekend. It is a great opportunity if you have plenty of other things that keep you busy during the week. If you are not hard-pressed on time, then you can consider getting yourself enrolled in an intensive 12 days training. Besides the wonderul time factor, National Laser Institute’s medical aesthetics school also grants you your continuing medical education (CME) credits while you are doing your Botox training. It is a great way to reach your minimum 40 credits criteria for the year without having to spend too much time. Another added advantage to completing a Botox training, is the fact that there is no insurance middleman for this cosmetic treatment. With an average cost of a Botox treatment being $500, and customers willing to spend that kind of money, it is very likely that this price tag will be all going to you.
Besides being relatively less expensive and less painful than its surgical counterparts, Botox provides almost immediate results to its clients. It is also a lot safer than going under the knife and is super fast with no downtime. It is, however, important for you as a Facial Esthetic Healthcare Professional to understand the needs of your patients and to suggest to them a procedure accordingly. In order to be able to provide to your patients effectively, you must consider offering procedures such as facial injection therapies, non-surgical face lifts, brow lifts, lip augmentation, and laser skin treatments among others.