Chemical Peel Course ABT accredited and approved trainer for 4t medical
Get ready to transform your skincare game with our fabulous Chemical Peel Course! This course takes you on a journey to discover the mesmerizing world of chemical peels, one of the oldest and most effective cosmetic procedures known to humankind. Prepare to be amazed as you explore the incredible benefits of chemical peels, from rejuvenating your skin to reducing fine lines and achieving a radiant complexion.
Our blended learning approach offers the best of both worlds, combining 2 hours of online study to deepen your knowledge and understanding, followed by an exhilarating 4-hour practical workshop. During the workshop, you’ll get hands-on experience with different skin types and learn how to expertly use peels to transform your clients’ appearance.
Not only will you become an expert in improving skin health and texture, but you’ll also gain invaluable skills in combating acne and hyperpigmentation. Say goodbye to dull, lifeless skin and hello to a rejuvenated, youthful glow!
Join us on this exciting journey and unlock the secrets of chemical peels. Your clients will thank you for it, and you’ll be at the forefront of the skincare industry. Don’t miss out on this fabulous opportunity to elevate your skills and revolutionize your clients’ skincare routines. Enrol in our Chemical Peel Course today!
Our chemical peel training is in partnership with 4t Medical and their fabulous Cliniccare brand. They offering peels with different strengths and peeling agents to suit various skin types and conditions. One of the common peeling agents we work with is glycolic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane. This versatile ingredient can treat fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, and improve skin texture and brightness.
Fruit enzymes, such as those derived from papaya, pineapple, and pumpkin, are also popular peeling agents. They have antibacterial properties, promote cell renewal, and can even digest sebum from spots, making them ideal for treating acne and dehydrated skin.
Lactic acid, naturally occurring in human skin and found in milk, is another effective peeling agent. It is less irritating than other AHAs and has a natural moisturizing effect on the skin. It is excellent for addressing pigmentations, dryness, and dehydration, making it a go-to choice for skin brightening treatments.
Malic acid, derived from apples and pears, is a gentler AHA than glycolic acid. It is wonderful for treating acne, pigmentation, and photo damage. Citric acid, derived from lemons and oranges, works similarly to tartaric and malic acids and can also help with skin concerns like pigmentation and aging.
For those dealing with oily and acne-prone skin, salicylic acid is a game-changer. As a beta hydroxy acid, it can penetrate deeper into the oil glands, providing exfoliation in those stubborn areas. This makes it an ideal choice for treating acne and oily skin.
Lastly, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is a potent chemical peel option. It is stronger than glycolic acid and can penetrate deeper into the skin. TCA is commonly used for medium or deep peels, targeting concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, large pores, and hyperpigmentation.
Our skin peel course is designed to give you an in-depth understanding of these chemical constituents and their effects on the skin.
Pre requisites- Level 2 nationally recognised facial qualification, Level 3 nationally recognised qualification or Level 4 in microblading/micropigmentation/IPL or medical qualification.
Available dates- 9th October 10am-2pm/ 6th November 10am-2pm/ 11th Dec 10am-2pm
All of our practical workshops are held in West Malling, Kent.