Skin Peels Training, Peeling is an accelerated form of exfoliation induced by various agents, resulting in the controlled destruction of portions of the epidermis and/or dermis with subsequent regeneration of new tissue. Chemical Peels have been used for years to create softer and smoother skin. A chemical peel involves the application of highly specialized acids and/or enzymes to remove the outermost layers of dead skin cells causing superficial peeling and exfoliation.
There are many chemical peel choices – and with all the options that are available, the decision can be daunting.
There are several types of chemical peels ranging in strength from mildly superficial to deeply resurfacing; alpha hydroxy acid peels (AHA), beta hydroxy acid peels (BHA), retinoic acid peels, trichloroacetic acid peels (TCA), and phenol peels.
The training we promote is designed for Doctors, Dentists, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, and Pharmacists. Suitably qualified medical, nursing, dental & beauty therapists (minimum level 3). Personnel currently registered with their associations and governing body can also attend these courses. It is necessary to provide photo evidence of your qualification and you will be asked for this at Registration.
This can either be a driving license, or your passport. If you think you may be eligible and your qualification is not shown here please call us on 07712331059 and we will be able to advise you.
To attain the Level 4 or 6 certification you will be required to complete the following:
1. Complete two case studies, cross-referencing and relating to the course material you will have covered which will demonstrate your knowledge and skills.
2. By demonstrating outcomes that will be based on your own work evidencing that you have researched and understood your subject thoroughly.