No previous aesthetic experience required.
You have completed foundation course(s) in injectables and are looking to develop your skills.
Everything you need to know
These sessions are aimed at those practitioners who are either thinking of starting in aesthetics or practitioners who are early on in their practice. Often conference sessions can be unhelpful to less experienced practitioners as they see a wide variety of individual approaches and end up with more questions than answers!
These sessions focus on live injections which moves “slow motion” through treatment of common facial areas treated with injectables, taking attendees on a learning journey.
The experts will provide you with the relevant knowledge and practical skills to safely and competently perform the following procedures independently – these sessions will include:
Our core objectives for the ‘Essentials’ workshops are to also give our attendees an in-depth understanding of facial anatomy, how treatments work and how they should be administered safely whilst avoiding complications.
The aim is for you to leave feeling confident and have the necessary tools to tackle the next phase of your medical aesthetics journey.
Facial analysis – Every face is unique!
Understanding your clientele’s specific needs and how to recommend the appropriate treatment is essential to get right. This session will give you a detailed analysis of different profiles of individuals you might consult and treat taking into consideration age, sex and ethnicity.
The Science and what it means for my practice
This session looks at the key principles and questions of product that we often have at the beginning of practice even when we have already completed a training program What makes good fillers? How do we decide what filler to use where? Why would I use a bio stimulating filler instead of Hyaluronic acid?
The techniques – confidence building and step wise approaches explained
Interactive demos – Injection techniques – top tips for effective use of needle and cannula.
Each practitioner is unique, and like an artist, will develop an individual set of injection methods and approaches based on what they are comfortable with and an understanding of relative safety.
This session aims to create a clear and systematic analysis of the pros and cons of using needle and cannula, in all tissue layers, a systematic analysis of relative risk, and tips and tricks of how to use your chosen to create the best outcome.