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BIO Revitalisers (Skin Boosters) and Dermal Filler Course

Fillers and tissue stimulators work great together to give your client a more natural aesthetic outcome. Using fillers to add volume where it has been lost from the fat pads, and tissue stimulators encourages the body’s natural ability to regenerate and build collagen and elastin.
Practical Training

5 Days minimum up to 15 patients treated.

No waiting for course dates.

Enrol and start your course.


Foundation 1:1 / 1:2 no sharing patients.



Flexible Curriculum

Designed for working medics.

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Our second most popular course for nurses after Aesthetic Skin Complete.

Dermal Filler & Skin Booster training course.


Make your way through our online learning portal in your own time, and work at your own pace and around your own time schedule.


Learn basic lip filler techniques, 6 point lift and basic peri-oral rejuvenation while being introduced to multiple brands of filler such as Teoxane, Restylane, UTH and Juvederm.We will help you unlock your inner potential so you can excel in your medical field.

It's the future

Skin boosters are quickly becoming the second most popular procedure after dermal filler.
Choose one from
  • Restylane Skin Boosters
  • Jalupro
  • SuneKos
  • UTH Hydrate
  • Or upgrade to include all.
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Confidence & Competence

Engaging, effective practical training

We constantly work to improve our training— draw on decades of experience from our medical educators.

Fit for purpose theory

Developed in house, delivered online to a level 7 standard and includes explanation video.

Follow on training

Grow your skills as your experience grows with our masterclasses.

Building careers through robust training.

Dermal filler & bio-stimulators

Practical training takes place after you have completed the online theory component of the course. First is dermal filler and following the electives of BIO stimulators you have chosen. 

Training tomorrow's industry leaders today.

Five critical modules of theory delivered online.

  • Principles of Dermatology in Aesthetic Medicine
  • Principles of Cosmetic Psychology in Aesthetic Medicine
  • Principles of Ageing and Photoageing in Aesthetic Medicine
  • Principles of Treatment in Aesthetic Medicine
  • Principles of History, Ethics, and Law in Aesthetic Medicine
*Protocol specific theory supplied depending on what electives are chosen.
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Learning Experiences you will fall in love with

Online learning

Our theory is delivered online and revised in college. We provide a course specific workbook when attending the practical training to help reinforce the theoretical knowledge behind the tactile skills. 

Extra theory is delivered depending on what electives you take and thus varies practical training days. 
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Learning Experiences you will fall in love with

Practical training

Starting off with dermal filler you will book in for your day 1 training after completing the online learning. Once day 1 training is complete you will book in for days 2,3 and 4. These can all be booked once you have finished the theory and are booked through the resource provided on this page.  
Following this, you will book in your practical training for your chosen bio revitaliser. 

Skin health an often overlooked component to aesthetic medicine.

Practitioners need to understand they are the "medical beauty therapist"—as such aesthetic practitioners need to think far beyond toxin procedures. Skin health is imperative for client satisfaction and longevity of results. Clients are well educated on what treatments are available and the trend in the sector is regenerative treatments that centre within skin health.
PROFHILO is an injectable treatment that contains high concentrations of hyaluronic acid (HA). It is designed to boost collagen and elastin production in the skin, improving skin hydration, firmness, and overall texture. PROFHILO is often used to treat skin laxity, fine lines, and wrinkles. It is known for its unique bio-remodeling properties and is commonly administered through a series of injections.

JALUPRO Superhydro is a specific product within the JALUPRO line of injectable skin rejuvenation treatments. It combines amino acids, hyaluronic acid, and other ingredients to stimulate collagen production and provide hydration to the skin. JALUPRO Superhydro is used to improve skin quality, elasticity, and firmness. It is often applied through a series of injections, and the treatment protocol may vary depending on individual needs.

Restylane Vital is a hyaluronic acid-based injectable treatment that is designed to improve skin hydration, elasticity, and overall quality. It stimulates collagen production and can be used to treat fine lines, wrinkles, and dull-looking skin. Restylane Vital is administered through a series of microinjections into the skin, and multiple treatment sessions may be recommended for optimal results.

Sunekos is an injectable treatment that combines amino acids and hyaluronic acid to stimulate collagen synthesis and elastin production. It is specifically designed to target skin laxity, fine lines, and wrinkles. Sunekos is administered through a series of injections, and the treatment protocol may involve multiple sessions to achieve desired results.

Your Tutors

Dr Michelle Westcott
Head of Training
Nurse Lynn Murdock
Nurse Leanne 

Frequently asked questions

How much is this course?

Total course fees including one skin booster protocol is €3985. You do not need to pay all that now and will be shown payment options as you enrol.

Who is able to attend this training?

Nurses and doctors can attend this course. We only accept NMBI registered nurses, IMC & Dental Council Ireland, doctors with current valid registration.

Is there a practical component to this course?

Yes, the course is structured with the delivery of theory of approximately 30 hours through our virtual learning environment. In addition, the practical days see you observing injectable treatment plus hands-on administering of skin boosters. All our courses have a strong focus on practical skills.

I am a non-medic can I enrol in this course?

Sorry due to insurance protocols and the problem of beauty therapy being an unregulated qualification, we are unable to facilitate training for non-medical professionals. We delegate a medical professional as an NMBI registered nurse or midwife, IMC registered doctors, and dental council of Ireland dentists. International delegates are welcome and will also have to verify qualifications and current membership to a medical board.

Tissue stimulators—collagen production.

Skin boosters, also known as collagen or tissue stimulators, work differently from traditional hyaluronic acid fillers, which provide immediate volume by filling in wrinkles and lines. Instead, tissue-stimulators are composed of biocompatible materials that stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that gives the skin its structure and firmness.

The most commonly used skin boosters in aesthetics are:

  1. Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA): PLLA is a biodegradable synthetic material that has been used for decades in various medical applications. When injected into the skin, PLLA stimulates collagen production over time, resulting in improved skin thickness and firmness. It is typically used to treat areas with volume loss, such as the cheeks and temples.
  2. Calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA): CaHA is a compound that is naturally found in bones. When used as a filler, it stimulates collagen production and provides immediate volume. CaHA fillers are often used to address moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds.
Both PLLA and CaHA treatments require a series of sessions to achieve optimal results. The treatments are typically spaced several weeks apart to allow the body's collagen production process to occur. The effects of collagen stimulators are not immediate, but rather develop gradually over time as collagen production increases. The duration of results can vary depending on factors such as the individual's age, metabolism, and treatment area, but effects can last for several months to over a year.