Botulinum Toxin Training Course

B - TOXIN 2Botulinum Toxin Basic and Advanced Level

Injections of Botulinum Toxin commercially available as Botox are one of the fastest-growing cosmetic procedures on the market today, are used for the reduction or elimination of facial wrinkles caused by dynamic, or hyper-functional, muscles (muscles that get a lot of use).

Tara Beauty School offers aestheticians training in wrinkle relaxing injection in Botilinum Toxin. In general only doctor, dentist or nurse are able to provide injectables but subjected to certain criteria we are able to train non medic personnel in the above.

Introductory Botox Training Courses

Advanced Botox Training Courses

Botox Training For Aestheticians

Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure performed worldwide. Fresh statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows that in 2011, over 5.7 million Botulinum Toxin Type A procedures were carried out in the United States, which is a 5% increase over the previous year.

Botox is equally popular in the United Kingdom, with more and more day spas popping up around the country, offering a variety of injectable treatments.

While Botox injection was initially carried out only by highly trained plastic surgeons or dermatologists, today many medical and para-medical professionals are undertaking B – Toxin training and starting clinics devoted to injectable cosmetic treatments. Today, doctors, dentists, nurses and midwives are learning how to inject B – Toxin and more recently highly trained non-medics/aestheticians have begun integrating injectable aesthetic treatments into their treatment salons.

What is Botox

Botox is the brand name for Botulinum Toxin type A, which is a neurotoxin that paralyses muscles. It is through this mechanism that B – Toxin relaxes the muscles of the face that cause wrinkles due to facial expression. The treatment is generally safe and temporary. The effects last only 3-6 months on average and leave no lasting effects. For clients that are satisfied and who want to maintain the effect, they need to return on a regular basis in order to maintain the results.

Introductory Botox Training Courses

Introductory Botox training courses usually cover the basic and most popular techniques.

These techniques include treatment of:

  • Glabellar wrinkles
  • Crow’s feet wrinkles
  • Forehead wrinkles
  • Basic Botox courses for non-medics/aestheticians will also cover the following topics:
  • Medical hygiene
  • Injection techniques
  • Facial anatomy
  • Physiology of skin and facial muscles
  • Pharmacology of Botox
  • How to store and prepare Botox for injection
  • Clinical examination and the aesthetics consultation
  • Hygiene, Sharps disposal and Legal aspects
  • How to deal with side effects

When selecting a training course, it is critical to ensure that you have ample opportunity for practice. Botox injection requires theoretical knowledge and also clinical experience. Only through repeated practice can practitioners truly become skilled at aesthetics treatments.

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