Skin Needling

Skin Needling

£528.00 inc VAT

Course Duration: 1 Day

Is Finance available? YES please contact us directly to apply

Course Structure: - Home Study - 1 day practical - 3 case studies to be completed before certification

Entry Requirements: Facial Foundation Training/Level 3 beauty therapy / Semi Permanent makeup trained.

Kit Included? YES

Are Models provided? YES

Our renowned Course is an intensive advanced facial skincare training course that will teach you to deliver these in-demand treatments with confidence.

Microneedling is renowned for rejuvenating the skin's surface leaving it looking smoother, with improved skin tone and firmness. It is excellent as an anti-aging treatment working on fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation but also can bring dramatic improvements to scarring and acne indentations on the face. Often referred to as skin needling, dermarolling or collagen induction therapy, it is administered using a dermaroller or automated pen applicator. We will cover both methods on this course. The process is safe and comfortable for the client, moving the device across the surface of the skin to create minute, superficial punctures that will incite minor trauma to the skin to stimulate the body's natural healing process. This in turn boosts blood and lymph circulation and stimulates collagen cell growth as part the skin's natural 3 stage healing process to force the renewal of the epidermis.

These treatments are great as a course of treatments, recommended monthly - with minimal to no downtime so that clients immediately gain the benefits with no drawbacks.

Course Structure and learning outcomes:

Health & safety at work act
Workplace (health and safety regulations) act 1992
Management of health and safety at work regulations 1999
Control of substances hazardous to health regulations 2002 (COSHH)
Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
The appearance of the therapist
Sterilisation and disinfection
The personal protective equipment at work regulations 1992
The provisions and use of work equipment regulations 1992
The provisions and use of work equipment regulations 1998
The environmental protection act 1990
Safe disposal of sharps
W.E.E.E regulations 2006
Types of fire extinguishers
The reporting or injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations 1995
Health and safety first aid regulations 1981
Electricity at work regulations 1989
The local authority licensing application
Effective cleaning
Types of cleaning agents
Blood borne pathogens
Hand washing techniques
Blood borne pathogens policy and procedure
What is skin needling
About the micro-needle roller
History of skin needling
How does it work
Transdermal absorption
Collagen induction therapy
What can skin needling benefit
Client satisfaction
Client consultation form
Needle lengths
Treatment schedule
Pre-treatment advice
Treatment protocol