As for lip fillers, these are carried out in very much the same way, except that they are focused specifically on your lips. In this case, it is largely about increasing volume and weight within the lips, allowing them to be puffed out and to leave more of a visual impression, due to the reduced need to remove the likes of wrinkles. This provides a real psychological boost for clients, as their lips become more noticeable and can leave a more positive impact, especially when applying lipstick and then socialising with family and friends. The lips are a key part of one’s appearances, and so lip fillers allow clients to come away feeling better about themselves due to the renewed spotlight on their lips following the treatment.
Having covered what both involve, now let’s think about the courses. There are Foundation, Mentoring and Clinic@ courses which have varying levels of training depending what experience you have. Foundation is ideal for those who are completely new to the world of medical therapy, whereas Mentoring is aimed at those seeking one-to-one tuition, and the Clinic@ course is tailored towards those with some previous experience and with a view to developing a career in the field. Both dermal fillers and lip fillers can be covered as part of a wider course, or you can have a programme based entirely around either of these treatments. In any event, you will be provided with full information about what each treatment really involves including every key element used to make them happen, as well as the most appropriate way to deliver these, how to avoid the mistakes that can cause major long-term problems, and also the opportunity to carry these out practically as part of our training, ultimately leading to the eventual goal of you becoming officially qualified and trained to perform these professionally.