The advanced exfoliation course will cover the most popular and effective exfoliation methods available to aestheticians. These treatments will give your clients amazing results with little downtime. You will finish this course with knowledge and hands-on practice with microneedling, chemical peels, dermaplaning, cryotherapy, and the Vampire Facial™.
Microneedling has long been one of the most effective treatment modalities available to induce collagen production and stimulate overall dermal rejuvenation. When combined with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and medical grade chemical peels, your clients will experience drastic and long-lasting results.
Microneedling and peel combination therapies deliver excellent improvement in texture, tone, tightness and pigmentation. This course teaches you to layer pre-exfoliation, dermal needling and medical grade peels found in high-end medical spas and physicians offices, into a single treatment.
Platelet rich plasma has been found to be one of the most effective tools for regenerating the body’s own growth and healing processes. The Vampire Facial™ is the process of isolating the platelets found in the patient’s own plasma and microneedling the plasma into their skin. This treatment boosts the bodies natural skin renewal.
Dermaplaning is also included in this course, which is a technique that uses physical exfoliation to remove excess hair, dead skin and superficial pigmentation. This treatment leaves skin softer, smoother and radiant. Plus, in this NIMA course, you will learn how to incorporate cryotherapy into each dermaplaning treatment to add a deeper level of rejuvenation and blemish control.
NIMA provides medical supervision for this advanced procedure. Participants in this course must have previous education in chemical peel application. They must have a foundational understanding of peel ingredients and application protocols. This course is appropriate for those licenses that are approved within their state to provide these services. Common licenses include ME, RN, PA, APRN, MD, DO. NIMA recommends that you check with your state to determine the licenses necessary within your area of practice.