How Much Does a Lip Filler Course Cost?

Lip Filler Course Cost

Lip fillers are popular cosmetic treatments that help enlarge, correct or shape the lips. They are often made from hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in the skin. This lip filler training course will teach you how to safely and effectively use dermal fillers to artistically enhance your clients’ lips. The course will include a mix of theoretical and practical training which will allow you to practise the techniques that you learn throughout the day.

This Lip filler course is designed for aesthetic nurses and non-medics who wish to add the technique to their portfolio of cosmetic services. The technique has become increasingly popular and it is an important service that can be used to attract new clients into your practice.

Aesthetic nurses (also known as cosmetic nurses) are registered nurses who have undergone further training to provide a wide range of cosmetic services including dermal fillers, laser hair removal, microneedling, tattoo removal and other non-surgical procedures. They have a very high client satisfaction rate and are considered the ideal choice of practitioner to administer facial fillers.

How Much Does a Lip Filler Course Cost?

Adding the ability to offer lip enhancements can significantly increase your client base and is a great way to boost your income. As the demand for this treatment continues to grow, adding it to your skillset will give you an edge over other cosmetic practitioners. Our expert trainers have extensive experience and will guide you step-by-step through the procedure.

You will also receive practical hands-on training in our salon on London Road, Leigh On Sea. Our small class size of two trainees per trainer will ensure you have plenty of opportunity to develop your injecting skills in a safe and supportive environment. You will be provided with a selection of models to treat throughout the day so that you can gain confidence with this technique.

In this advanced lip filler course you will be taught the latest injection techniques for the lips and perioral region. You will learn to use blunt tip cannulas for reduced bruising, how to use the microdroplet technique, and how to use cross-hatching when injecting the lips. You will also be introduced to Radiesse – an advanced filler which is longer lasting than traditional hyaluronic acid fillers.

This course is a natural progression from the Foundation Basic Filler Injection and Lower Face Cannula Training Program. It offers additional hands-on training with the same two trainees to one trainer ratio and introduces the use of longer-lasting fillers such as Radiesse. It also includes pre-course reading material on anatomy, patient selection, contraindication and the use of hyaluronidase. The course will equip you with all the skills and confidence to offer these advanced dermal filler treatments in your clinic.

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