According to the International Master Course of Ageing Skin (IMCAS), the laser hair removal industry is estimated to be worth an incredible 3 billion pounds by 2019.So, it’s no wonder that more and more salons and beauty clinics are looking to train their staff to handle the treatment responsibly. Laser hair removal allows you to offer a more semi-permanent solution to unwanted hair for your clients.With this technique they can enjoy smooth, hairless skin for months rather than weeks.
Adding laser hair removal to your aesthetician toolkit can be a great way to boost revenue and complement your current beauty treatment list. But if you are considering expanding to include this service, it is important to consider all the factors involved.
With the rise in popularity, it is now a legal requirement for all private practices, beauty clinics, spas and salons which offer this service to be registered and monitored by the Care Quality Commission. The GQC is a government agency who protect the health and safety of consumers.
A licence is also necessary to carry out laser hair removal treatments at your work premises and for any other treatment rooms at home too.
Laser hair removal premises also have their own legal requirements which include laser use being limited to just one room only. Other conditions for the room are:
Most aesthetic schools and cosmetology schools do not yet offer laser hair removal training courses. It is still a practiced specialty. If you who wish to learn high-tech laser treatments, you must attend an accredited school in order to gain proper certification.
Ensure you take advantage of the best training available. For those surrounding the Midlands area, Salontransform.com and my partnering laser hair removal franchise CoLaz advise you to consider the Beaulaz Beauty Salon School and Laser Training Centre ; beauty school affiliated with the London School of Excellence. The Birmingham-based beauty and laser training centre offers multiple laser courses all accredited by the VTCT—the specialist awarding body for the Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Complementary Therapy and Sport and Active Leisure sectors, with over 45 years of experience.
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