For those busy skin professionals that cannot travel to Scottsdale, SkinStylus® courses (developed by our medical esthetics school, Esthetic Advisor Laser Academy) provide comprehensive online medical esthetics (in this case, microtherapy) training for estheticians, doctors, nurses, and cosmetologists in the comfort and convenience of your own home. Unlike a voice behind a boring powerpoint presentation, all of our video courses are professionally recorded and provide engaging, educational, and often entertaining, training as if you were sitting in front of a live instructor. Taking all or most of the didactic portion of the course online cuts the student’s time away from home dramatically and fits into a busy work and life schedule, while providing the same quality instruction at the convenience of learning at home. The SkinStylus®/Esthetic Advisor® Online Master Microtherapy Course is only $595 for over 14 Hours of quality instruction. This course takes a minimum of 8 days to complete but enrollees have up to 60 days to complete the course. Each video lesson has quiz questions and learning aids built directly into the videos to help get students prepared for the final examination There may be written assignments and a 50 question final examination. Once a score of 80% has been earned, graduates are mailed an attractive certificate of completion.
Here are two sample lesson from the course. Notice the built in quiz questions and comments designed to enhance your learning AS you are learning it. A 276 page downloadable textbook/study guide is provided as well.
At Esthetic Advisor Laser Academy, we value research and education above hype and marketing. We believe that any new technology requires a theoretical understanding as well as hands on training to maximize the results for the client and the financial success of skin care professionals. Here are a few of the topics the 25 lessons of the Esthetic Advisor® Online Master Microtherapy Course covers:
Skin anatomy and skin physiology
Research based skin nutrition
Fractional technologies including micropigmentation
Comparing and combining microtherapies with other modalities to maximize results
Reducing wound stress and inflammation
Wound repair physiology and differential healing responses
Fetal versus adult wound healing
Genetic and environmental interactions
Mechanisms of action
Advantages of mechanical microtherapy modalities compared to other treatment modalities
Treatment planning and case studies
Contraindications to microtherapies
Demonstration of sample protocols and techniques
Choosing the proper topicals and timing of application
Methods to increase topical (and pigment) absorption
Emerging technologies and the very latest advances in skin care
At SkinStylus® and Esthetic Advisor Laser Academy, we have developed curricula (including the curriculum above) for physicians and other skin care professionals. Some of our curricula discuss scientific concepts, images, videos, procedures, and opinions that were intended for physicians who have the ability to use microtherapy devices in a variety of expanded functions and procedures (in addition to micropigmentation). It is essential that all attendees of Esthetic Advisor® courses, regardless of licensure, comply with all federal, state, and local restrictions regarding the use of any microtherapy device (or any device for that matter) with respect to his/her specific licensing and to the specific indications authorized by any governing body. Esthetic Advisor® courses are designed for informational purposes only and Esthetic Advisor®, Esthetic Advisor Laser Academy, SkinStylus® and Esthetic Education LLC does not purport to furnish legal or medical advice. Additionally, the content of this website are for informational purposes only.