The 5 Days Intensive Training Program is our most popular option for new practitioners getting started in aesthetics to set up their own clinic. It is 11 intensive training program(11-ITP) as listed below:
1. Foundation in Botulinum Toxin(anti-wrinkle treatment)
2. Foundation in Dermal Fillers
5. Vitamin B12 Injection
6. RF Fractional
7. Level 3 in Anatomy and Physiology
8. Hair Restoration Treatment
9. Hyaloronic Acid for Hydration
10. Life Support
11. Complication Management
This course will allow you to inject your clients in most popular aesthetic injectable treatments.
You will learn the following areas for treatments:
Dermal Fillers: Lip Augmentation & Contour, Oral Commussure, Nasolabial Folds,
Botulinum Toxin Type-A: Upper Face Full Area (Forehead, Frown lines, Crows feet)
Microneedling This effective treatment is the perfect addition to your salon or clinic. The beauty of this treatment is not just in its simplicity but in its effectiveness. Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that aims to treat acne scars, large pores, hyperpigmentation as well as lax skin, fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of ageing by increasing collagen.
This is a comprehensive training course combining both hands-on practice and theory that will give you an in-depth insight into the skin and applications, the practical training will put the theory into motion resulting in the knowledge and skills that gives more targeted results. This course will ensure that you have the expertise and know how to produce fantastic results for each of your clients.
Mesotherapy is a French rejuvenation technique that uses micro injections of vitamins, enzymes, antioxidants, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, improve hair quality, as well as remove excess fat. Michel Pistor, a doctor in France, developed the technique in 1952.
Vitamin B12 Injection Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps to keep your nerves and blood cells healthy. Our bodies don’t make Vitamin B12, it is obtained from foods such as meat, fish, milk and eggs. You may have a deficiency if you are vegan, don’t eat enough B12 rich food, or if you have other health conditions which mean you are unable to absorb it properly, such as pernicious anaemia.
RF Fractional Radiofrequency microneedling is a cosmetic procedure. It uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate facial skin.
The treatment is a form of controlled skin injury. The damage stimulates the growth of healthy new skin, which can benefit common skin issues like acne scars and wrinkles.
Compared with treatments like chemical peels and dermabrasion, radiofrequency microneedling is minimally invasive. Read on to learn about the procedure, side effects, and benefits.
Level 3 in Anatomy and Physiology eLearning Course is designed to provide the core knowledge and skills required to maximise safety during soft-tissue filler injections!
There are no safe zones in the face.
There are only safe layers.
Learning the facial layered anatomy and how to inject safely in the right layer of each area of the face.
A systematic and effective strategy aimed at reducing the risk of filler complications during facial aesthetic procedures.
Hair Restoration Treatment involves tiny superficial injections of active ingredients directly into the mesoderm which helps to nourish, boost cell activity and stimulate hair growth.
It is one of the most effective ways to treat hair loss and produces thicker, fuller and a better looking head of hair for those suffering with hair loss and thinning hair.
Hyaloronic Acid for Hydration Pure hyaluronic acid injections provide a natural, but intensive, hydration for the skin resulting in a firmer and more youthful appearance.
Hyaluronic acid exists naturally in all living organisms and is a universal component of the spaces between the cells of body tissues (extracellular space). Approximately 56% of the hyaluronic acid concentration in the body is found in the dermis (middle layer) of the skin. The elastic properties of hyaluronic acid offer resistance to compression, so that the skin protects underlying structures from damage. At the same time, hyaluronic acid allows the collagen fibres to move easily through the interstitial substance.
This lubrication by hyaluronic acid allows the skin to accommodate the changes in shape and volume that occur when the underlying bones and joints move. As we age, the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin diminishes, as the skin cells lose their ability to produce hyaluronic acid. This can be demonstrated by squeezing the skin between the fingers. In young people, the skin rapidly restores itself to its original volume. However, as we get older, the ability of the skin to restore itself is reduced. The reduction in volume of hyaluronic acid plays an important role in the development of wrinkles.
Life Support This course is a Comprehensive and Integrated Study and Reference Companion to the Practical Training, offered to Cosmetic Practitioners by British Board of Aesthetic Science. The scope of this manual covers “Adult Basic Life Support” and it includes a section on “First Aid”
Complication Management will provide you with extensive knowledge on how to prevent, recognise and deal with complications in dermal fillers, botulinum toxin.
Curriculum outline for the 3 manuals od dermal Fillers and Botulinum Toxin will be as below:
MANUAL - (1)
I INTRODUCTION TO PROCEDURE & PRODUCT
What is Antiwrinkle Botulinum Toxin Type-A & Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injections (History & Background)?
What is Botulinum Toxin Type-A& Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers (composition / structure)?
What Botulinum Toxin Type-A & Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injection Products are currently available?
II THERAPEUTIC MECHANISM
How does Botulinum Toxin Type-A & Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injections work (Mechanism)?
III TREATMENT PRINCIPLES:
Principles underlying treatment
Concomitant / Combination Procedures
IV CLIENT EVALUATION & SELECTION
Formalities: History; Consent; Notes
V CLIENT INFORMATION & AFTERCARE
Results: Effect & Effectiveness
MANUAL - (2)
VI PREPARATION & PRODUCT SELECTION
Preparation; Selection; Equipment; Products
VII INJECTION TECHNIQUES
Pain Relief; Techniques; Nerve Blocks
MANUAL - (3)
IX ADVERSE EFFECTS & MANAGEMENT
Side effects; Complications; Hyaluronidase
X SUMMARY of PROCEDURE PROTOCOL
Equipment Checklist; Procedure Checklist
XI PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE & TRAINING CONCLUSION
Demonstration; Clinic Attendance / Shadowing; Case Studies
A- CLIENT INFORMATION LEAFLET EXAMPLE
B- CLIENT CONSENT EXAMPLE
C- CLIENT COSMETIC HISTORY EXAMPLE
D- CLIENT NOTES EXAMPLE
F- INTRODUCTION to BBAIM COURSES
G- REFERENCES & RESOURCES