Understanding The Theory

To remain professional and gain success from introducing laser hair removal to your clinic, you must understand the theory behind the procedure. You can never predict the questions you may be asked during the initial consultation with a client, so you must be able to give in-depth answers to reassure the client that they are in safe hands.

Each aspect of theory training will involve a diagram along with a detailed description to further your understanding. You will be talked through the following:

  • The hair cycle
  • What factors impact hair growth
  • How pulses of light limit regrowth
  • Mechanisms involved in equipment
  • The anatomy of skin tissue
  • Understanding wavelengths

Methods and Procedures

During training, you will understand how to guide clients through their laser hair removal journey, from start to finish. Remaining compliant with all legislation, standards and guidelines is vital for running a successful business. One particularly important aspect you will gain an understanding of is the safety precautions and protection measures that must be active before offering the new treatment including how to prepare both your clinic and treatment rooms.

Any treatment involving technical equipment produces a host of potential hazards no matter how advanced the technology in use is, particularly when a laser involved. Through training, you will begin to understand the consequences of accidental exposure and how to avoid any potential risks. This includes how to perform an initial risk assessment and what telltale signs to keep an eye out for during the procedure.

Reacting To Side Effects

You must be fully prepared on how to handle unexpected side effects and the different possible reactions a client may experience. It is your job to remain calm, act efficiently and decide on a resolution quickly, all of which will be covered during training.

New Opportunities

Laser hair removal training will help you to understand the different types of equipment available for your business, along with their benefits and drawbacks. You will be presented with a range of future prospects for your clinic, and the new opportunities may arise post-training.