It’s probably no shock to hear that the aesthetic industry is continuously growing. With more and more clinics opening, plenty of practitioners developing and groundbreaking treatments emerging, the need for a competitive edge is stronger than ever.
At Cosmetic Courses we develop our courses with practitioner benefits in mind. In this blog we look at the practitioner benefits of implementing the ever popular Non-Surgical Facelifts into your practice.
What is a Non-Surgical Facelift?
Data from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) found that the number of cosmetic surgeries last year dropped 40% since reaching record-breaking heights in 2015. This is due to the increase of non-surgical treatments available and the changing attitudes towards treatment. The thought of surgery can be daunting and also carry an expensive price tag. Many are also scared of the results being dramatic and too noticeable. By targeting key ageing points on the face the practitioner is able to restore the youthfulness of their patient. Using our anatomical knowledge many practitioners are now using the non surgical face lift as a holistic approach to combating the signs of ageing and prolonging the need for facial surgery.
Otherwise named the “8-Point Facelift”, this technique is amongst our most popular treatment in clinic. With an expected longevity of between 12 and 18 months and taking only an hour to perform it’s no wonder that it has taken the industry by storm. This treatment is also a hit among the a-list due to it’s short downtime time and outstanding yet subtle results.
As we age wrinkles appear over our skin, the face being the main source. With the loss of fat and collagen in once youthful skin, patients look to dermal fillers. Using Hyaluronic Acid, we can reintroduce volume into areas which lack such substance. The Non-Surgical Facelift uses a combination of dermal fillers to treat the mid and lower face. Practitioners bespoke each treatment to the patient to ensure that individual expectations are met. Face shapes and signs of ageing can be transformed with just small tweaks and clever product placement.
By using dermal fillers, particularly the Juvederm Vycoss range, practitioners perform up to 8 injections over 8 points of the face focusing on the lower and mid. The procedure helps to restore volume and lift the face, resulting in young, volumising results.
What are the benefits of training in this treatment?
- Increased revenue from a popular treatment
- New clientele
- Widening your range of expertise
- High profit turnover
- Competitive edge over competitors
- Advanced knowledge of injectable techniques
How much profit can I make from implementing this treatment in my clinic?
The course cost of this treatment at Cosmetic Courses is £600 + VAT
Guideline pricing for the treatment is £250 per syringe with an average of 4 dermal filler syringes used to complete the treatment, bringing the total cost of treatment to £1000. Practitioners can choose to charge more or less depending on the products, area and expertise.
This means by performing just one Non-Surgical Facelift you can recover your training fees
With the party season around the corner the demand for this popular treatment continues to increase. Patients are looking for non-surgical treatments to help them glow inside and out as they face the upcoming festive season.
Why should I train with Cosmetic Courses in this procedure?
Cosmetic Courses was the first UK aesthetic training provider to offer the Non-Surgical Facelift. Working alongside Allergan we proudly use the expert 8-point facelift technique.
We advise delegates to partake in this course after they have completed their advanced training ensuring they have full understanding and confidence of administering mid face filler procedures. Depending on suitability our trainers will also teach the cannula technique to enhance treatment results.
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