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What is Microneedling?

Microneedling, a popular cosmetic procedure, utilizes sterile micro-needles to create tiny punctures on the skin’s surface. These carefully crafted punctures stimulate the natural production of collagen and elastin fibers, playing a crucial role in the healing process.
As the newly generated collagen and elastin fibers accumulate, they contribute to plumper and thicker skin texture. This transformative effect aids in minimizing the visibility of wrinkles, fine lines, and acne scars. By promoting collagen and elastin production, microneedling offers a rejuvenating outcome, leaving the skin looking smoother and more youthful

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Length of course:

One-day workshop (4.5 hours):

  • 2 hours of theory (10-minute break)
  • 1-hour microneedling treatment demo
  • 75 minutes of practical (student will perform one treatment on a model)

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  1. Microneedling overview: Understand the fundamentals of microneedling, including its purpose, benefits, and how it stimulates the skin’s natural healing process.
  2. Sanitation and safety: Learn essential practices for maintaining a clean and sterile environment during microneedling procedures, ensuring the safety and well-being of both you and your clients.
  3. Depth of needling for different skin conditions: Explore the appropriate needle depth adjustments based on specific skin concerns, such as acne scars, fine lines, or hyperpigmentation, to achieve optimal results.
  4. Frequency of treatments: Discover the recommended treatment intervals and duration between microneedling sessions to achieve desired outcomes while allowing sufficient time for skin healing and recovery.
  5. Indications and contraindications: Understand the indications that make a client suitable for microneedling treatment, as well as the contraindications that may restrict or require caution when performing the procedure.
  6. Client consultations: Develop effective communication skills to conduct thorough consultations with clients, assessing their unique skin conditions, concerns, and goals, and determining appropriate treatment plans.
  7. Pre and post-treatment protocols: Learn about essential pre-treatment preparations and post-treatment care instructions to ensure optimal results, minimize potential side effects, and support the skin’s healing process.
  8. Home care: Provide guidance to clients on the recommended skincare products and routines that complement and support the effects of microneedling treatments for enhanced and prolonged results.
  9. A live demo by the instructor: Witness a live demonstration by our experienced instructor, allowing you to observe the microneedling technique, proper needle usage, and overall procedure execution firsthand.
  10. Practical treatment on a client (model required): Apply your newly acquired knowledge and skills by performing a practical microneedling treatment on a client, under the guidance and supervision of our instructor.

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Check out the key benefits for this amazing course below:
  1. Acne: Characterized by the presence of pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads, acne can be a frustrating skin condition that affects many individuals.
  2. Hair loss (alopecia): Hair loss can occur due to various factors, such as genetics, hormonal changes, or medical conditions, leading to thinning or loss of hair on the scalp or other areas of the body.
  3. Hyperpigmentation: Dark spots or patches on the skin, known as hyperpigmentation, can be caused by factors like sun exposure, hormonal changes, or skin injuries. These areas appear darker than the surrounding skin tone.
  4. Large pores: Enlarged pores are often a result of excess oil production and can give the skin a rough or uneven texture. They may be more noticeable in certain areas, such as the nose, cheeks, or forehead.
  5. Reduced skin elasticity: Over time, the skin’s natural elasticity diminishes, leading to sagging or loose skin. This loss of firmness can be influenced by factors like aging, sun damage, or a decrease in collagen and elastin production.
  6. Scars: Scarring occurs when the skin undergoes trauma or injury, such as from acne, burns, or surgical procedures. Scars can vary in appearance, ranging from flat and discolored to raised and textured.
  7. Stretch marks: Stretch marks commonly appear due to rapid weight gain, growth spurts, or pregnancy. These marks are characterized by thin, indented streaks on the skin and can occur on various body areas.
  8. Sun damage: Prolonged exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays can lead to sun damage, including sunburn, uneven skin tone, freckles, and in severe cases, skin cancer.
  9. Fine lines and wrinkles: As a natural part of the aging process, fine lines and wrinkles start to appear on the skin, primarily on the face, due to decreased collagen production and repeated facial movements.
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