VTCT During Lockdown

Do you want to achieve a VTCT qualification during lockdown? Does your local council require a VTCT certificate in Microblading or Micropigmentation for you to be able to gain a special treatment license? Throughout this blog I will hopefully answer all questions around the VTCT qualification, what it is, why you would need it and if it would be suitable to achieve this during the UK coronavirus lockdown.

What is VTCT?

VTCT is a specialist awarding organisation offering vocational and technical qualifications in a range of service sectors. Some similar awarding organisations are ITec, City and guilds and Teffel. All of these awarding bodies are regulated by Ofqual who are an international regulatory body for a vast range of qualifications.

Why would I need a VTCT?

All London boroughs and some outer London boroughs require a VTCT qualification to be accepted for a special treatment license. A special treatment license is where your local council will come and inspect your premises to ensure it is suitable to carry out certain treatments, for example, Microblading or micro-pigmentation. During the visit they will check you have adequate water facilities, the room is of a high clean standard and that all surfaces are washable should you have a blood spillage.

What qualification will I get?

VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Micropigmentation

And/or

VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Enhancing Eyebrows with Microblading Techniques

How long will the course take?

Once registered, you have a minimum of 12 weeks to complete the VTCT portfolio and a maximum of 12 months. The majority of this qualification is theory-based and can be completed at home. You would need to provide evidence for case studies and attend the academy for your final assessments and exams.

Do I need any previous qualifications?

You can begin your VTCT conversion course if you have already previously completed a Microblading or Micropigmentation course. As long as this course is UK accredited and you feel confident in your practical skills. If you have not already completed a microblading or micro-pigmentation course then you can complete the full VTCT course at your chosen Eclipse location. Available in Bexleyheath, Brentwood, and Ashford. The full 12months to complete will apply to both course options.

How much is the course?

The VTCT conversion course is 999 for each course.

What does conversion course mean?

You will be converting your current microblading certificate to a VTCT qualification

Eclipse Beauty | VTCT Approved

What happens when I start my VTCT conversion?

You will be sent an email with all of the registration information. Once you have been registered, our dedicated VTCT tutor will email you your log book and some instructions. This will be followed up by either a phone call or video call to go through the steps of the course which you can complete from home.

So I can complete all of the theory work from home?

Yes, below is a list of units within each course:

VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Micropigmentation

  • Management of health safety and security in the salon – ALL Theory
  • Quality Management of client care in the hair and beauty sector – 90% Theory/ 2 Observations
  • Enhance appearance using Micropigmentation treatment – 50% Theory/ case studies and final assessment

VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Enhancing Eyebrows with Microblading Techniques

  • Client care and consultation – 90% Theory/ 2 observations
  • Enhance appearance using microblading techniques – 50% theory/ case studies and final assessment
  • Anatomy and physiology for microblading techniques – ALL Theory
  • Eyebrow shaping services – 70% Theory/ case studies
  • Health and safety in the salon – ALL Theory

What happens when I have completed my theory work?

Once all of your theory work has been completed, this will be emailed and marked remotely, you can then look to book into the academy for your practical assessments. As soon as the academies are allowed to reopen, we will be rebooking all courses as soon as possible so you can complete your qualifications as quickly as possible.

What if I’ve finished all of my theory work and the academies are still not open?

VTCT are looking into lots of alternative options for people to complete their qualifications remotely as we all know this is a very difficult time for everyone. There will be options to complete all practical work from home if the lockdown continues and please rest assured that  VTCT are doing everything they can to ensure no one is hindered by the Kent beauty academies not being able to reopen.

So the lockdown is a fantastic time to get a real good start on your VTCT qualification. All theory work can be completed from home and you will have a designated VTCT tutor who will support you throughout your course. Sign up and start today at Eclipse school of beauty 😊

What Is Plasma Skin Tightening and How Does It Work?

What is plasma skin tightening?

Plasma is a new technology we are seeing being used within the aesthetics market to tighten the skin as an aftereffect of controlled trauma. Controlled trauma is used often within the aesthetics world to force the healing process of the skin into action. We will see great benefits of this wound healing process on the skin including fresh new cells, skin rejuvenation, boost in collagen and elastin production and more. The plasma pen technology ‘blanches’ the surface of the skin to create controlled trauma, the skin reacts with this wound healing response, creating a tightening effect. Of course, the severity of the results does differ from client to client but generally, we see a good improvement in all clients.

Plasma pens

Plasma pens can be purchased from many different companies and also from not so reliable companies. You can actually purchase a plasma pen for, believe it or not, 10 pounds! Unfortunately, these machines are not CE approved and can only be turned on and off.  There are no settings with regards to strength, level and/or power. The plasma pen used on our courses at Eclipse school of beauty is sold for 1,200 individually. A full kit including machine is included within the course fees. This state of the art pen includes manual and automatic settings.

Levels 1-3 and also the ability to adjust the Hertz from 50hz to 500hz. This is important when choosing the setting depending on the area being treated. During our course, we will go through, in detail, how to choose which settings. As we know, the difference in the skin from the face to the body, for example, can differ quite a lot and it is important for the therapist to understand this to be able to achieve optimum results.

Areas that can be treated:

  • Forehead lines
  • Frown lines
  • Crows feet
  • Upper eyelids
  • Lower eyelids
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Smokers lines
  • Jowls
  • Marionette lines
  • Full neck
  • Décolleté
  • Tricep skin
  • Mummy tummy
  • Knees
  • Skin tags
  • Moles

What are those brown dots on clients?

This is the most frequent question I get asked from clients and students. Everyone is concerned about the brown dots clients are left with following the plasma skin tightening treatment. When the skin is blanched, these is then a ‘crust’ formed on the surface of the skin. As this heals over the first 24 hours, the crust will darken, leaving a brown or black scab on each dot that the therapist has strategically created. these ‘dots’ generally last 4-5 days but can last up to 2 weeks in very rare cases. During this time it is extremely important that the client does not pick the scabs as this could cause scarring.

Aftercare:

The aftercare following a plasma treatment is very important as if not followed correctly, could impact the results of the treatment. Firstly, we must make sure that the area treated is left dry and exposed. Like any scab, it needs to dry out and heal as quickly as possible. Any moisture around the treated area could prolong the healing process. The area needs to be kept clean and dry and means necessary and not be submerged in water i.e. a shower or bath. No products to be used on the area, including creams and soaps. Bio oil can used once the scabs have all gone and once all of the scabs have gone, the client can return to their normal routine.

Bridging the gap between creams and surgery:

Plasma has been the most innovative treatment to bridge the gap between standard anti ageing creams and full on cosmetic surgery. While surgery can also be extremely expensive, a standard plasma treatment for the upper eyelids would be around 350 pounds. Most clients I see have considered surgery but are mainly put off by the cost and healing time.

There is only so much that can achieved through high street creams so clients are naturally looking for a more effective treatment for loose, sagging skin. I have seen most of my clients have one area of their face treated with the plasma skin tightening treatment and have been so pleased that they have returned for 2 or 3 more areas. Some areas may need to be treated more than once but overall, clients achieve a great result and are then hooked to have multiple areas treated. I would 100% recommend anyone to add this treatment to their menu as I have seen a huge number of clients return for multiple areas and be extremely happy with the overall results.

Beauty Courses to Kick-Start Your Career

Here’s a list of courses that will jump-start your career in the make-up industry.

If you are an aspiring beautician, then this article is going to help you immensely. If you are living in the south-east region of England, then there are a lot of Essex beauty training schools that you will be able to find that you can enroll yourself into. These schools offer various courses that you may find very useful to begin your career in this field.

You will find some credible and licensed Kent beauty academies where you can hone your skills if you are an intermediate. Today, in this article we will discuss two of those courses that are offered by most schools, which will kick-start your career as a professional in this field.

The first course- Botox Foundations Training Course!

The first course that we are going to discuss today is about the Botox foundations training course. The pre-requisite for the course is that you must have a 6-months Needling experience. Most of the schools deliver a two-day Botox course where they will train you to deliver a safe, successful and confident treatment with Botulinum Toxin. The course is CPD certified and the schools offer post-completion support which also includes a 24-hour hotline.

You get to learn a lot of things during these two days, namely-

1) What is Botulinum Toxin?
2) How does it work?
3) Facial Anatomy.
4) Client consultation and assessment.
5) Injection techniques
6) Aftercare, Top-ups and much more.

To ensure a perfect training experience, you will be guided by at least four experts enabling you to learn from them.

The Second course- Plasma Fibroblast Training Course!

The second course in today’s list is the Plasma Fibroblast Training Course. This is a one-day course that is fully accredited by CPD. The Plasma Fibroblast course is a one-day course that covers the fundamentals to enable students to work with the fibroblast machine in an effective and sterile way. You will be guided by industry-leading trainers in both the theoretical and practical approaches. You’ll cover the following things during the run-time of this course, namely

1) Wrinkle reduction.
2) Lip Flip.
3) Neck tightening.
4) Reduction of upper/lower lip wrinkles and much more!

You will be taught how to set up your client correctly while taking full precautions, how to treat a range of areas on the face and body and as well as maintaining client comfort. This intensive training course will give you the skills required to go and practice independently. Upon finishing you will also receive a training completion certificate.

What to do after completing the courses?

Once you have gathered the knowledge from the industry experts, you can either start your own business or even start practicing depending upon the level of expertise you have achieved. It is very important that you stay updated with the industry standards and norms and keep in touch with the new products available in the market. Keep practicing with the safety precautions and latch on to every opportunity that comes your way.

Semi-Permanent Makeup with Botox and Fillers.

Semi-Permanent Makeup with Botox and Fillers.

 

Botox and Fillers are becoming such a high demanded treatment within the beauty and makeup industry, and more often than not- I have clients visit me who have previously had either one, or both of these treatments done prior.

By these clients, I am repeatedly asked 2 questions; How long after Botox do I have to wait before I can get my Brows done? And can I still get Semi-Permanent Makeup or Lip Blush done if I have lip filler.

 

How long after Botox do I have to wait before I can get my Brows done?

I you are having Botox done beforehaving your eyebrows done, you must wait 2 weeks for the Botox to settle before having your brows done. It is always vital that you let both your Brow artist and your Botox practitioner know about the fact you are combining these treatments.

With Botox, it takes a week or so for the product to actually settle into the treated area properly and for the benefits to actually show.
Depending on the areas that the product has been applied, there can be several movements in the facial muscle structures. For example, the brow area can naturally drop ever so slightly once the Botox is applied. But eventually will move back into its correct place once healed.
This is why there must be a time frame before treatments- to allow this transition to occur before permanent ink is applied to the moved skin. Likewise, if you are planning on having your Botox treatment after your brows are tattooed, it is important to allow your brows to fully heal before foreign bodies are placed into the skin.
That is because the surface of the skin is being broken with either a tattoo machine or a blade, so for hygiene reasons it is essential you give the skin the correct time required to fully heal.

 

Can I still get Semi-Permanent Makeup like lip liner or Lip Blush done if I have lip filler?

 

Of course! Lip filler combined with lip blush or liner can truly give the most eye catching results.
However, likewise with the Brows and Botox- there is a healing period that must be followed.

This is 2 weeks. So no filler for 2 weeks prior to SPMU Lips, and no filler should be applied for 2 weeks after the SPMU Treatment.
Please be advised that it is rare that I will apply a semi-permanent lip blush or liner to a client who has over a certain amount of lip filler; usually 2ml.

If someone has previously had filler and the original shape of the lip is unclear, then I wont perform the Lip Blush or Lip liner procedure.
This decision is down to the fact that the lips are an incredibly sensitive area and the natural stretch and elasticity of the lip can reduce from over filling of the lips, which in time will affect the final result of the Semi Permanent Lip Tattoo.
The quality of results I give my clients are always my upmost priority; I value their time, their investment in my work and their comfort foremost.

Rules of advertising Neurotoxins (Botox) online and on social media

Here at our Kent Beauty School. Eclipse School Of Beauty & Aesthetics. We offer a range of botox training courses. Botox is actually a product name. The real name is botulinum toxin or you can call it a neurotoxin. It the single most popular non surgical aesthetic treatment in the world. With tens of millions of treatments happening every single year throughout the world. In the US alone there were more than 3.5 million botox treatments in 2018.

In the UK there is a regulation that says that prescription only medicine (POM) cannot be advertised to the public. Before now, it was not enforced but at the beginning of 2020 it has begun to be enforced.

The Rules of advertising Neurotoxins (Botox) online and on social media are designed to ensure that all marketing posts and advertisements for medicines, medical devices, treatments, health-related products and beauty products receive the necessary high level of scrutiny. The rules apply to marketing communications and not the products, which are regulated by health regulators such as the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), www.mhra.gov.uk, Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), www.vmd.defra.gov.uk, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), www.ema.europa.eu, and the Department of Health, www.dh.gov.uk. Marketing communications for those products must comply with the rules and professional codes of conduct of relevant professional bodies.

Skin Peels: Greatly Underestimated and Underused Within the Beauty and Aesthetics Industry.

What are Skin Peels?

Skin peels, sometimes called chemical peels, are an aesthetic product; usually in liquid or gel form used to improve skin imperfections. There are many different brands that make and supply skin peels which can be an absolute mind field if you’re new to the skin peel world. Here’s some useful information on the different types of peels:

All skin peels are formulated to a specific Ph level. Often this is a vital indication of the strength of the peel but also often overlooked. The ph scale ranges from 0-14 with 0 being the strongest acidity, 7 being neutral and 14 being the strongest alkaline. Skin peels will always be within the acidic range of 0-7. The lower the Ph, the stronger the peel as it is closer to 0. So a skin peel with a 1.2Ph will be stronger than a skin peel with a 3.4Ph.

Often, the Ph of a skin peel is either overlooked or not clearly shown and therefore consumers can be confused with regards to the actual strength of the peel itself. Skin peels will often be advertised by their percentage instead, so the higher the percentage, the stronger the peel. However, if you have a skin peel at 50% with a Ph of 4.5 compared to a skin peel of 30% with a 1.5 Ph, the 30% peel will actually be stronger than the 50%. Make sense?

Ok, so we’ve looked at the strength of a skin peel now what are the different acids that can be used and what can they be used for:

Glycolic Acid:

Some call Glycolic acid master of none as it is commonly misused by a wide range of people. Glycolic acid is the most commonly used alpha hydroxy acid which means it dissolves in water. It can be an amazing skin exfoliator if used correctly. Many people use a 2% glycolic cleanser to keep dead skin cells at bay. Glycolic acid is best used for aging skin with signs of fine lines and wrinkles.

Salicylic Acid:

One of the only beta hydroxy acids which means it dissolves in water, fantastic on oily skin types. Salicylic acid, bar blue laser/light is the only treatment that can be used on active acne. As it comes in a range of different strengths and Ph, it can be hugely effective for all types of oily, acneaic and congested skin.

Lactic Acid:

This alpha hydroxy acid is the most underused acid on the market which is a shame as it is fantastic for dry skin. With its naturally moisturising effects on the skin, this acid is fantastic for clients who have a build up of dead skin cells, making their skin dry and dehydrated. The other great property of this acid is that it is, in fact, suitable for highly delicate areas of skin such as under the eyes and neck.

Mandelic Acid:

Mandelic acid has a progressive chemoexfoliation meaning it penetrates the skin at a much deeper level than say a glycolic acid will. As this acid can reach the lower levels of the skin within the dermis, it has a great effect on pigmentation and uneven skin tones. Dispersing the unwanted pigment but at the same time causing it to rise to the surface of the skin where it can be exfoliated off. Clients must be aware that pigmentation will often look worse before it starts to look better. You must also make sure you have well hydrated skin to prepare for the mandelic acid. Therefore you could have a course of mandelic peels to hydrate your skin before moving onto a course of mandelic peels.

So Which Peel is Right for Me?

The great thing about skin peels is that you can cater to any skin type, even if they have multiple skin concerns. For example, if they have an oily T-zone and pigmentation on the cheeks then you can use Salicylic for the T-zone and Mandelic for the cheeks. There really is no rule to skin peels, they are completely versatile and greatly effective on all skin types.

Some Tips When Choosing and Using Skin Peels:

  • Always check the Ph of the skin peels not just the percentage
  • Make sure the shelf life is convenient for the number of peels you will be carrying out
  • Check the range of acids available and if they have combined acids
  • Always work with cold water, you don’t want any added heat on the skin
  • Cleanse the skin twice for a minimum of 2 minutes each time
  • Use your skin peels according to the skin area, not the whole face
  • Prep the skin with a lower peel and work up
  • Always provide adequate aftercare and ongoing support

Feel like skin peels would be a great treatment to offer, book onto one of our skin peel courses at eclipse-beauty.com for courses in Bexleyheath, Brentwood or Ashford

Botox vs Fillers? Where to use each and why? Kent, London and Essex Botox and filler training

Botox training course or Fillers training course? Kent, Essex or London? Two choices (Botox vs Fillers) but one is a lot more complex to choose between. At our Kent based beauty school, we train in both fillers and botox anti-wrinkle. We train both medics and non-medics. We have a 4 day fully comprehensive level 7 fillers training course. We cover Jaw, Cheeks, Chin and of course lip fillers.

We also offer a two day Botox foundations training course. This covers the top third of the face. Forehead, frown lines, and crows feet. Also known as the Glabella region which includes the Procerus muscle and the Corrugator muscle. And the Frontalis muscle. We also offer two advanced courses. We offer an advanced filler course and an advanced botox course. Next time you search for a beauty school near me. Make sure you pick Eclipse – School Of beauty and we can cater to all your aesthetic training needs.

One of the most common questions that get asked on both our filler training course and our Botox training course is.

  1. Where do I choose fillers and where do I choose botox?
  2. Can I use them both together?
  3. Why would I choose one or the other or both?
  4. There isn’t a simple answer to this as each case needs to be analysed and considered carefully.

However, first, you need to understand what can be done with both. Most people understand that filler can now be used for the full face. From lip filler to temple filler to full-face Kimmy k contouring. Most people know that botox can be used in the upper third of the face.

But the part that a lot of people don’t know is that Botox can be used on the full face and neck. And in the face even in other areas in the body. Sometimes Botox can even be used for non-anti-wrinkle treatments. Such as hyperhydrosis. We offer full hyperhydrosis training on our advanced botox course.

Botox or anti-wrinkle treatments in general. Whether it be bocouture, azzalure or botox. It can be used for many wonderful things on the lower face. For example. As we age our muscles begin to tighten and we can get a downturned mouth which gives an unhappy look. We can also get an upturned chin which gives a witchy look. For a downturned mouth, we can treat the DAO (Depressor Anguli Oris) muscle.

By relaxing this muscle we can allow the corners of the mouth to lift naturally and soften marionette lines. For a pebbly or broccoli or witchy chin. We can treat the mentalist muscle. This will again relax the muscle and prevent these potentially unpleasant aesthetic features.

Necks can often show signs of aging that do not reflect the rest of the face or body. We can treat the platysmal bands in the neck with botox. This can help relax the neck muscles and give a much nicer aesthetic. Sometimes improving jowls and jawlines as a side effect.

Hands, feet, groins and also armpits can be treated with any form of anti-wrinkle neuromodulator. Not to remove wrinkles or anti-aging. But to reduce or eliminate sweat in these areas. Some can suffer quite badly from excessive sweating in these regions and it can severely affect the quality of life. On our advanced botox training course. We cover off all of these areas and treatments.

In addition to even all of the treatment areas mentioned above. There are yet more!

We can do a subtle lip flip by injecting the obicularis oris muscle. We can prevent gummy smile by treating the levator labii superioris aleque nasii muscle. If a nose moves while you talk we can treat the depressor septi nasi muscle. Maybe there are bunny lines along the nose in which case we can treat the nasalis muscle.

You can see there are many treatments for neuro modulators for the entire face. When you combine this with all of the filler treatments you can learn on our filler training course and advanced filler training course. You really are in a fantastic position to be able to treat clients with the correct treatment for the correct aesthetic outcome.

In the above text, I mentioned. Choosing a training course location is a fairly easy question to answer. Where to treat with Botox. And where to treat with fillers is much more complex.

Why Choose Us?

Our aesthetics instructors Annie and Adam discuss this complex and interesting subject in their latest AA Aesthetics Podcast video. Give it a watch and hopefully, you can become better informed as to the options available and when to use them.

If you would like to book a fillers training course or a botox training course. Whether you would like to learn in Essex, London or Kent. Whether you are a medic or non-medic. Please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact us page on this website. We would love to talk to you about your aesthetic career and how we can help you either get started. Or continue to enhance your offering and grow your aesthetics treatment portfolio.

Maybe you would like to start with our foundation fillers course in Kent? And then move on to our botox foundations course in Essex? And finish up with some Advanced filler training in London? We can assist you.

Why Follow a Career Path in Beauty and Aesthetics at Kent Beauty School?

As an ever growing industry, more and more people are asking ‘why to choose a career in beauty and aesthetics?’ Throughout this blog, I will hopefully answer this question from all perspectives that why kent beauty school is the best choice when it comes to following your career path in beauty and aesthetics.

  • WHO can flourish in the would of beauty and aesthetics?
  • WHAT treatments can I offer and what do I need to set up?
  • WHEN can I start offering these treatments?
  • WHERE can I work?
  • WHY would I choose this to enter this industry when it’s already so saturated?

WHO can Flourish in the Industry?

The simple answers is anyone and everyone. I first entered the world of beauty when I was just 16 at a mainstream college in east London. I was in a class of 24 girls and we attended the college 5 days a week over the course of 2 years covering level 2 & 3 beauty therapy. These courses still happen however the learning journey has changed drastically.

You are now able to complete anything from a 1 day lash course to a 9 month full internationally recognized VRQ in private colleges all over the country. These tend to be smaller classes and will usually have 2 groups depending on age. So whatever age you are, you can feel comfortable completing your course with people of a similar age at Kent beauty school.

Full time courses are very convenient for people who have a lot of time on their hands however what of you currently work somewhere and you are looking for a career change? Shorter one-day courses are readily available for anyone who wants to transition into their new career path slowly. We have many students at eclipse school of beauty that started off doing a one day lash course and slowly increased their treatments and decreased the hours at their current job.

If you have other commitments including hobbies and children, beauty and aesthetics can be a fantastic way of working around these. You can choose courses on weekends or days you have free and build your career around your commitments without having to give them up. So you see whoever you are and whatever you currently do beauty and aesthetics can be versatile enough to fit into anyone’s life.

WHAT are Beauty and Aesthetics?

Below is a list of the most popular treatments currently available in the industry:

  • Dermal fillers
  • Microblading
  • SPMU micro pigmentation
  • Botox
  • Profhilo
  • Plasma skin tightening
  • Aqualyx fat dissolving
  • Dermaplaning
  • Microneedling
  • Dermaroller
  • BB Glow
  • Classic lashes
  • Russian lashes
  • Lash lift
  • Brow lamination
  • Hii Pen
  • Scalp micro pigmentation
  • SPMU removal
  • Skin peels
  • LED light therapy
  • Vampire facial

WHEN Can I Start Offering Treatment?

As soon as you are qualified and fully insured then you are legally allowed to offer treatments. Many training schools will provide you with a certificate following your training so that you are able to gain insurance straight away. As long as you are confident if the treatment you are offering and you have the correct equipment then you are ready to go. Many new therapists offer introductory price options to get clients initially and build their clientele from there.

WHERE Can I offer These Treatments?

There has been much speculation recently around where people can perform these treatments as the industry has evolved from salons being the only place to cater to clients. While salons and clinics are still a popular choice to work, many therapists now choose to set up either within their own home or rent a space in another person’s shop of the same or similar profession.

This is a great option to work for yourself, the hours you wish and to be able to fit your work around your current commitments as mentioned previously. As long as you gain a license for any licensed treatments, there are no rules regarding where you are able to perform beauty and aesthetics treatments.

WHY Would I Choose a Career in Beauty and Aesthetics?

Many people will look at this industry and assume it is already saturated and this will put them off. Having been in this industry for now 17 years, I have seen a constant need for more and more therapists. As the need for treatments increase, so do the need for therapists and in turn, so does the need for more courses.

Most beauty and aesthetic treatments need to be repeated continually so once you have a client for one treatment, you can set them up for continuous appointments. There are new and exciting revolutionary treatments coming into the industry all the time which many therapists choose to do or not to do. Each therapist will develop their own list of treatments catered to their individual client needs.

Contact Kent Beauty School today!

A Kent Beauty School for your need.

A career in beauty? This Kent Beauty School is your answer.

 

Whether you have dreamt of being a beautician or aspire to become one, our school is regarded as one of the best Kent beauty schools in this region.  You may have been in doubt whether to enroll in any of the courses at any of Kent beauty academies, but you can rest assured that we will provide the best quality of academic courses.

The Kent Beauty School will be your one-stop solution for your beauty needs. Whether you aspire to become a beautician or, make your way into a new industry, our Kent Beauty Academy will definitely suit your needs. We believe in what matters to our students. Our prime focus is on the students and what they need based on the current industry trends.

This Kent Beauty School will ensure complete hands-on training along with a special focus on client safety. Our courses are meticulously designed to cover every nooks and corner of a beautician course. Students and aspirants need not worry as we have been dealing with this industry for a very long time.

Talking about our facilities, we do not feel that it is right to boast about our facilities, but we encourage every aspirant and student to at least visit us before making your decision. We do work with some of the reputable suppliers for all of our products as we intend to carry on the legacy of being the best Kent Beauty Academy.

The whole motive of this Kent Beauty School is to provide an aspirant with what fits their needs. Faculties at this Kent Beauty Academy are considered best when it comes to training those with zero experience in Beauty. To tell in short we do offer a full range of make-up and other holistic courses, some of them being, the hairdressing courses and a packaged course.

Our awesome beauty packages have been designed to help you kick-start your career or business in beauty or to enhance your existing skills. The unique selling point of the Kent Beauty Academy is that we offer to teach numerous techniques that are available in the market. During our course curriculum, we spend considerable time on health and safety. Our Kent Beauty School not only focuses on hygiene but also facial anatomy, the various places that the veins and the nerves travel. This helps us is safe and ensures that we are working in the correct manner.

In the end, we would like to tell any aspirant or any student that, when you think of becoming a master in any field, you must never hesitate to invest your time, energy and money. Our Kent Beauty School encourages every aspirant and student in this field to choose the best course available in the market today. This will make sure that they do not suffer in the long run and they will be able to have a long and lasting impression in this industry after learning from the faculties of the best Kent Beauty Academy.

Dermal Fillers & Botox – Medics vs Non-Medics

Here at eclipse school of beauty and aesthetics, we pride ourselves on offering the very best training courses on Dermal Fillers and Botox as well as Profhilo and Sunekos. We do both foundation and advanced training courses at our academy. We take health and safety along with client safety at the very top of our priority. Injecting comes second to this.

Non-medics are often frowned upon by the medic community when it comes to dermal filler and botox training and treatments. However is this really something that should be the case?

Two of our aesthetic instructors Adam and Annie take on the question in their new podcast series.

  • Are all non-medics who have received training in botox and fillers a risk?
  • Is it possible that non-medics can be just as competent as medics with fillers and botox?
  • Is there a difference between non-medic botox and filler training and medic training?
  • Can non-medics who receive botox and filler training really get to a level where they can safely administer the treatments?
  • Is the correct support available to non-medics from medics with regards fillers and botox?

These are just one of the questions that are raised in this topical and current podcast but two people who are extremely passionate about the treatments and the industry in general.

What is your opinion? Leave us a comment down below and let us know how you feel about this interesting subject.

We believe at eclipse that we can offer a training course for both botox and fillers as well as other treatments like profhilo and sunekos. That we can offer a place that both medics and non-medics can go to learn in an environment that will enable them to go about their career in aesthetics in an ethical and moralistic way. With both competence and confidence.

Our botox and filler training courses are thought out and designed by extremely experienced professionals with huge amounts of knowledge. Our facilities are of the highest standard and are available in multiple locations around the southeast of England. Brentwood Essex. Bexleyheath London / Kent. Ashford Kent.

We use high-quality products from companies like Allergen. Revolax. Juvederm. Profhilo. and more. our consumables are also high quality from Clinell, BD microfine, Teoxane and more.

We work with reputable suppliers for all of our products and there would never be any sign of grey imports or corner-cutting at any stage. Surely with all of this added together, we can offer a filler and botox training offering that will enable people to become masters of aesthetics and go about their career in the correct way.

Many techniques are taught. Including on our advanced lip filler course. The very popular Russian lip training Technique. We use cannulas on the advanced course for a very different way of administering filler products. When we teach our training courses we spend a lot of time on health and safety.

Hygiene and most importantly facial anatomy. Not just where the various veins, arteries, and nerves travel but more importantly the depth they sit at. This aids us in being safe and always working across the correct plane under the skin to avoid any unnecessary complications and to be as safe as possible.

Complications are often neglected and we spend a lot of time covering off how we diagnose our clients. How we treat them in the event of a problem. And how we then look after them after the fact.

Consultations and setting expectations is a huge part of our botox and filler training. If a client expects a result which is unobtainable they are always going to have a negative experience. On the flip side of this its also very easy to scare a client with all of the details of the procedure and its important to help them understand how we overcome a lot of the risk with incredible knowledge, experience and safety precautions such as aspiration.

A lot of the time aspirations are too short. A mere moment of time. With the density of filler. The thickness or gauge of the needle. And the pressures involved. It can take a good few seconds to see a potential flashback or positive aspiration. We teach to always do a 10-second aspiration to make sure you’re as safe as possible. And always see that potential flashback to avoid injecting into an artery.

If you have any questions about any of our botox or filler training courses in Kent or Essex or London. Please do get in contact with us via social media or email or phone.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our Dermal Fillers & Botox training courses soon.

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