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Skin Booster Training

Jalupro, SuneKos, Restylane Vital, Profhilo, are all considered skin boosters. We also provide training for Bio Remodelers – Ellanse, Sculptra and HarmonyCA

Single brand course fee €1350 or bundle 3 brands for €2167

Our Skin Boosters course provides a solid foundation for specific brands of skin boosters. Depending on the electives you choose will determine what competencies you gain from the course. Injection protocols vary from brand to brand; some combine the usage of a cannula others are needle only.

What you will learn

  • How to provide consultation for better patient outcomes.
  • How to safely inject patients using a needle and cannula.*
  • How to identify healthy and unhealthy psychological drivers for patients seeking treatment.
  • In-depth facial anatomy.
  • In-depth skin ageing and the face.
  • Effects of nutrition.
  • Treating ageing skin.

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For delegates new to A.T.A.I, all our courses have a foundation of theory considered the minimum for delivering Cosmetic Procedures, as laid out by Health Education England (HEE). We follow these guidelines as best practices in delivering cosmetic procedures as Ireland at this time has no framework for the aesthetic sector,

For more details and payment plan options, please call us on +353 1 524 1511 or book a callback.

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Aesthetic Doctor
Michelle Westcott

With over 16 years in aesthetic medicine, Dr Michelle Westcott is a master trainer. Michelle teaches a broad remit of aesthetic medicine including PDO threads, Silhouette Soft, Skin boosters, varied advanced filler modalities. Dr Michelle loves teaching: ” I am constantly learning, training and updating my skills, as I believe that knowledge is the most precious gift anyone can possess. Aesthetic Medicine is a field I feel extremely passionate about and I  strive daily to maintain the highest possible standards and strive to make patient safety and amazing aesthetic outcomes my priority.

Aesthetic Nurse
Lynn Murdock

Nearing 5 years in aesthetic medicine Lynn has performed thousands of procedures and is our lead dermal filler, PRP, and skin booster trainer. A qualified teacher and RGN, Lynn has a passion for aesthetic medicine and teaching and is as much a student as a teacher with constantly building her knowledge and skills. “Delivering an aesthetic outcome a client is happy with means having many tools in your bag. It is as much an art as it is science, and when you get that right the happiness it brings clients is truly rewarding”.

Jalupro Super Hydro – Jalupro Classic – Jalupro HMW

Jalupro provides a full range of tissue stimulators to address clients’ profiles and ages. HMW is targeted at older patients. All Jalupro products contain HA and Amino Acids; this dual approach provides more rejuvenation and hydration properties, thus resulting in longer-lasting and more noticeable results.

Jalupro Super Hydro was the latest offering in 2021; it is perfect for highly dehydrated skin and provides a lifting action.

  • 7 Amino Acids
  • 3 Peptides
  • 3,2% LMW-HMW HA

Protection and revitalisation of the extracellular matrix. Stimulation of ligament regeneration. Stimulation of fat pad’s structure. Each of the dominant amino acids in the collagen is vitally important for high-grade collagen fibrils formation.

Why amino acids?

Amino acids are the only substrate essential for promoting any protein synthesis. The adequacy of type and number of amino acids required for protein synthesis can be predicted based on the quality and quantity of amino acids present in each protein. But collagen synthesis is different because some of its amino acids should be provided in the precursor form to activate the fibroblasts. Therefore, collagen synthesis is efficiently maintained only when specific amino acids are continuously available and present in a particular ratio. Formulating hyaluronic acid and amino acids produces a far more effective product, preserving and strengthening connective tissue and stimulating collagen production.

Profhilo® was one of the first BDDE-free stabilised injectable hyaluronic acid (HA) based products for treating skin laxity. Well know in the aesthetic sector it provides a solid option for practitioners.

Sunekos 200 – Sunekos 1200

Sunekos is an injectable treatment containing a patented formula of amino acids and Hyaluronic acid. It regenerates the Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM) by stimulating the skin’s fibroblasts to produce a complete mix of collagen and elastin.

Sunekos 1200

Sunekos 1200 is an injectable treatment with an antioxidant action for severe wrinkles and damaged skin. It promotes youthful, natural features by improving facial volume loss, reducing wrinkles and hydrating the skin. The patent-protected formula contains hyaluronic acid and a combination of amino acids, collagen and elastin.

Sunekos 200

This intradermal treatment with Sunekos 200 corrects and protects the dermis from the signs of ageing. Sunekos is a natural product that stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin, restoring elasticity and volume to the skin.

Sunekos is a great option for people who wish to maintain a more natural appearance or those who do not want toxins or fillers, or as an add on to your procedures to improve the quality of the skin. Sunekos 200 is particularly effective in the periocular area, reducing dark circles, the forehead can also be treated. Sunekos can treat various indications, including; loss of tone, skin ageing and premature skin ageing, skin dryness, solar elastosis, acne scarring, sun damage, dark circles under the eyes and fine lines and wrinkles.

Restylane® Vital
Restylane® Vital and Vital Light are both skin boosters and are Non-Animal Stabilised Hyaluronic Acid (NASHA) gel. A shallow microinjection technique is used. Restylane Skinboosters helps to improve skin smoothness, elasticity and appearance gradually.

Sculptra® Aesthetic (injectable poly-L-lactic acid) is a biocompatible synthetic substance that stimulates collagen production. It can be used to treat deep lines, creases, and folds to give a more youthful appearance.

Ellansé S & M *
Ellanse S is a soft, resorbable gel (a Poly-ɛ-caprolactone-based dermal filler) composed of smooth polycaprolactone (PCL) microspheres. It is a hybrid dermal filler that stimulates collagen production. It combines the benefits of immediate correction of wrinkles and folds and stimulating the body’s natural collagen generation.

Due to the nature of Ellansé S & M, there are additional requirements for practitioners wishing to train. Previous experience with dermal filler is required. Practitioners who want to train in Ellansé M will also have trained in Ellansé S with a minimum of 70 procedures.

Regenerative Skin Health

Skin boosters continue the direction of the aesthetic industry of regenerative skin health. As this sector continues to mature we do see and will continue to see dermal filler used in fewer procedures and usage in more specific applications for example liquid rhinoplasty. Combining procedures like PDO threads or Silhouette Soft with skin booster technology provides the patient with a more natural aesthetic outcome.

Retaining Ligaments

Regenerative skin health sets out to use the bodies natural ability to regenerate with a little boost to help things along. One of the very interesting developments in the industry is when AbbVie typically a medically focussed pharmaceutical company bought Allergan for €53 billion, which is a lot of zeros. With a strong cellular level research branch it sets the course of regenerative skin health onto a very interesting path. The results that skin boosters provide are at a level where patients come back time after time. We all know that patients that do not gain the expected aesthetic outcome do not return for the same therapy.

All procedures and products set out to:

Reduce skin laxity – Environmental factors that contribute to skin laxity include ageing, genetics, stress, sun exposure, weight fluctuations, and smoking which reduce the collagen and elastin in our skin.

Increase skin elasticity – Skin elasticity is the skin’s ability to stretch and return to its original shape. Loss of skin elasticity is known as elastosis. Elastosis causes the skin to look saggy, crinkled, or leathery. Areas of the skin exposed to the sun can get solar elastosis.

Restore volume – As we age and lose collagen and elastin, the skin starts to sag, a hollowing out of facial areas begins as we lose volume from the facial fat pads. Injectable collagen stimulators aid in the restoring of facial volume loss and are often incorporated with traditional dermal filler.

Skin tightening – Through complementary therapy such as combining micro-needling, PRP, and traditional injectables, a more youthful appearance can be achieved with immediately visible results in many cases.

Collagen production – Collagen is such a central building block of the body, contained in bones, skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Collagen is also found in many other body parts, including blood vessels, corneas, and teeth. The word’s etymology is Greek, “kólla,” which very aptly means “glue” there are at least 16 types of collagen in the body; we concern ourselves with the four main types, type I, II, III, and IV.

Transdermal therapy

Regeneration is the end goal of transdermal therapy, making the body better at its job as we age. One of the newer buzz words to the surface is ‘3D biomodelling’ due to the overall inside out rejuvenation that tissue stimulators provide through transdermal therapy.

Suitable for multiple areas

The face, neck, décolletage, chest, hands, arms, knees and feet can all be treated. Combining treatments allows the practitioner to design custom treatment pathways to achieve individual tailored results.

Hyaluronic Acid & Skin boosters

The role of hyaluronic acid is to help bind moisture in the skin and help produce collagen and elastin. As we age, our bodies produce less and less hyaluronic acid; volume is lost from the fat pads, interconnecting tissues lose strength. The lack of hyaluronic acid production leads to a lack of skin hydration and skin laxity, leading to the formation of wrinkles in the skin.

Skin boosters contain a high concentration of hyaluronic acid, also depending on the brand cocktails of amino acids and peptides. Skin boosters tend to have the consistency of a gel-like substance, which enables them to be distributed very smoothly and evenly throughout the skin.

The purpose of the skin booster is to stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin through the release of hyaluronic acid and other compounds specific to each skin booster brand. That is essentially what makes skin boosters different to many other skin treatments. The purpose of skin boosters is not to cover up or hide skin imperfections. All regenerative skin health treatments can remedy these imperfections by stimulating the natural production of collagen and elastin.

Skin boosters are all about skin tone texture hydration and improving skin laxity. It is why skin boosters are often referred to as injectable moisturisers and are becoming an increasingly popular treatment to improve the skin’s texture, create a better skin tone, treat skin laxity while reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Complementing treatment

Combining treatments provides a treatment pathway more suited to many clients expectations. From PDO threads, chemical peels, dermal filler through to IPL all benefit from paring with skin boosters. Training with A.T.A.I opens your career to a world of options.

Common themes for injectable treatment

  • Facial anatomy
  • Facial nerves
  • Facial symmetry
  • Volume loss to fat pads
  • Consultation and assessment
  • Patient selection
  • Managing expectations
  • Contraindications
  • Aftercare
  • Dealing with complications

There are 11 core modules delivered through online learning that have to be completed before booking practical training Delegates that have already completed a course with us do not have to repeat the common themes theory modules.

Indicative module for skin boosters

  • Benefits of Skin Boosters.
  • The Chemistry of Skin boosters.
  • How Skin Boosters work and Biorevitalisation.
  • Indications for use.
  • Contra-indications.
  • Health and safety.
  • General safety precautions when carrying out Skin booster injections.
  • Product knowledge.
  • Safe Injection techniques and correct skin depths.
  • Step-by-step treatment protocols.
  • After-care advice and maintenance.
Jalupro Training Dublin

How much is the skin booster training?

As a single skin booster brand, the training is €1150 – For a bundle of three brands, the course fee is €2167

I am a beauty therapist or non medical professional can I attend this training?

Sorry due to insurance protocols and the problem of beauty therapy being an unregulated qualification, we are unable to facilitate training for beauty therapists or nonmedical 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.

Do I need to bring my own model?

No, we provide all models for the practical component of the course. If you do wish to bring along a model, please let us know at the time of enrolment.

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 the training?

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.

Do I need specific coverage for skin boosters on my insurance?

No, our insurance covers you on the practical treatment days. Once you have qualified you will, of course, need to update your insurance to cover the new treatments.

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30mar10:00 amJalupro Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

30mar10:00 amRestylane® Vital Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

30mar10:00 amSuneKos Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

30marCourse date is typically the beginning of online theory. After enrolment we will be in contact with you to outline the course schedule. Course is multiple days and dates with Orientation/Foundation Day On:Bundle Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

30mar12:05 pmProfhilo Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

31mar10:00 amRestylane® Vital Skin Booster TrainingIntermediate, for existing practitioners

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