The Level 4 Chemical peel course covers all the core knowledge you need for carrying out chemical peels with any of the different acids.
With the vast variety of different peeling agents all having different pH and percentage strengths, different modes of action, methods of application and intended depth of penetration, chemical peeling is a complex skill with considerable risk to the client’s skin. However if performed correctly, it is a very safe and efficacious remedial skin treatment for a wide variety of conditions including collagen loss and laxity, lines and wrinkles, pigmentation, acne and acne scarring.
Most peeling courses are manufacturer or distributor led and involve little, if any, training in the underpinning science behind the treatments, the peeling agents being used, the action of the peel within the skin or the variants of client adaptation.
We provide you with a comprehensive autonomous training program, which will enable you to choose and work effectively with the correct peeling systems for you and your clients.
Chemical peels provide great non-invasive skin exfoliation and skin rejuvenation with results that retexturize, smooth and brighten the skin. Rough or dry patches can be resurfaced, and uneven pigmentation spots can be reduced. The look of fine lines and wrinkles can be improved as cell turnover is increased and damaged skin cells are shed.
Various concentrations and combinations of peel solutions also prove to be effective for the improvement of mild acne by stripping away plugs of keratin, oil, and dirt that often lead to outbreaks.
This course is for practitioners who are new to Chemical Peels and will teach you how to diagnose skin conditions and treat with the correct peeling system to achieve optimum results
The History of chemical peels
Types of peel including stimulator (Mandelic, salicylic and glycolic), Enzymatic, TCA and Jessner Peels
Common Skin Problems
Precautions and Considerations
Post Peel Care
Handling Complaints & Adverse Effects
The Level 4 chemical peel course also covers the anatomy and physiology of the skin, active ingredients associated with peels, combining alternative methods with chemical peels (e.g.laser) and working with different skin types. You will be supplied with the different peeling lines and different supplier’s details
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