This will also give you the opportunity to ask questions and clarify any points of confusion.
What is microneedling good for?
Primarily used on the face, microneedling is perfect for a range of uses and a great tool to add to your list of provided cosmetic procedures. Considerably less cost effective than laser therapy, you may be attracting a new clientele thanks to the wide range of treatments and affordability microneedling provides.
It is important to note microneeding is not suitable for individuals who have taken Accutane in the past six months, anyone who has undergone radiation in the past year, anyone with open wounds or infections, or people who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
So, what services do you provide with microneedling? Well, microneedling can provide a number of to people aged young and old. From reducing the appearance of stretch marks, the appearance of scars, and enlarged pores, to smoothing an uneven skin tone or improving skin elasticity.
Such a large range of services to add to your roster it may be worth your time to invest in microneedling training.
Microneedling Training Benefits
Trying to administer treatments without the proper training is strongly advised against.
It can cause you to in-effectively treat skin conditions, leaving your clients not as satisfied as they can be with what you are offering via services.
Furthermore, it can limit the number of different skin conditions that you can treat.
The more you know how to treat effectively, ultimately the more money you can make back from your business. You must have a NVQ level 3 in beauty or equivalent to qualify.
How Microneedling Works and After Session Skincare