Laser treatments have become more and more popular over the last few years. According to recent ASAPS statistics, there were over 13 million nonsurgical cosmetic treatments performed in 2012, which includes both cosmetic laser and injectable services. Laser tattoo removal has been around for a number of years and in time, the level of advancement in cosmetic laser equipment has become better, faster, and more effective. This is one of the reasons why laser tattoo removal has become incredibly popular.
In the last few years, more and more nurses have sought out tattoo removal training. It’s a change of pace from working 12-hour hospital days and a skill set that nurses can use on patients seeking out skin care needs. Nurses have especially enjoyed cosmetic laser training in the past because it gives them an opportunity to boost patient’s confidence by giving them skin they feel comfortable in and love even better than before.
Tattoo removal training at National Laser Institute is a three day course that revolves around understanding tattoo’s ink and properties within the skin, wavelengths and laser selection, before and after treatment care, contraindications, treatment plans, and hands-on training with scheduled clients in order to provide exposure to different tattoo types and cosmetic lasers within a luxury medical spa. Nurses will learn everything they need to know from experts in the medical esthetics industry and graduate with a well rounded knowledge base in order to perform tattoo removal on their own clients.
We always recommend National Laser Institute because they are the leaders in the medical esthetics industry and have earned many outstanding reviews. They are recognized as gold standard of education and train both health and beauty experts and medical professionals from across the nation each month. Nurses are able to earn CE credits by participating and graduating from their laser training and cosmetic injectable training courses.