Tear trough rejuvenation … Restylane® EYELIGHT™ is a targeted filler for the treatment of the tear trough area that reduces dark under-eye shadows and grooves and stops eyes from looking tired. Our Tear Trough and Temple Training includes the latest dermal filler from Restylane®, EYELIGHT™ Tired-looking eyes are one of the major concerns patients voice…
Digitally-enabled training location … Our new state-of-the-art aesthetic medicine training location in Swords opens in August. Our second training location in Swords is opening in August to facilitate even more training of Doctors, Dentists and Nurses. We have outgrown our central training centre in Swords, but instead of moving away from Swords to find a…
Comparing SuneKos to Jalupro Classic the products are highly similar, both contain amino acids and HA for elastin and collagen production. Although Jalupro Classic has a higher concentration of amino acids and a protocol for combining with toxins. Jalupro HMW, is suitable for older clients or those in need of the higher molecular weight HA, Jalupro is a far more customisable tissue stimulator and is more cost-effective to stock in your clinic.
A.T.A.I already provide the most comprehensive skin booster & tissue stimulator training in the Irish market. Offering training for Profhilo, Sunekos, Ellansé S & M, Restylane® Vital range. Now we are adding Jalupro with their flagship product Julupro Superhydro.
Our new training location is opening in Bray on the Main Street. The first of our new training locations to provide more flexibility to our delegates while providing more convenience to our clients. Our residency programme allows you to hit the ground running, Spend time in our clinics as a practitioner, honing your skills with peer support. This really is a training game changer in aesthetic medicine. Work with the most in-demand products available, Allergan Botox® and Allergan Juvederm dermal filler while still being exposed to other products within the sector and how specific products work with specific indications.
Aesthetics, it has quickly become the buzz word in the beauty sector. While surgical procedures are in decline non-surgical procedures are growing year on year. It is estimated by 2020 that the facial aesthetics industry will be worth some €4.4 billion worldwide. Markets and Markets is a leading provider of industry analysis; they forecast facial aesthetics is set to grow at 9.2% each year all the way through to 2020. Clients are opting for minimally invasive and non-invasive treatment; in part that is also due to the PIP breast implant scandal. With the media highlighting what can and does go wrong with surgical procedures combined with an ageing population and advancements in technology has intensified consumers want for alternatives to surgery.
Level 7 was introduced as a need was recognised for better training for cosmetic injectables, for Doctors, Dentists, and Nurses. So what do you think will be the outcome of unregulated beauty therapists injecting after an unregulated short course? Caveat emptor, has never been more depressingly fitting, soft regulation always leaves room for the ‘cowboys’ where there is no legislation and money will always attract a sector lacking in a few principals and ethics. We are taking steps to elevate all sectors of the aesthetics industry. As a member of the general public, your job is to apply common sense, what is your qualification? Not some ‘certificate’ issued by an unregulated training provider, what is and where is your formal qualification, if they are not a Doctor, Dentist or Nurse, just don’t risk it, after all, what is your face worth?