10 Days Cosmetic Electrotherapy Facial Treatments Course

This 10 days Cosmetic Electrotherapy Facial Treatments Course will give you all the theoretical and practical skills required to become a Professional Aesthetician .

Price: $1,400

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm 

Flexible dates contact us at info@balibisa.com

Saturday and Sunday time to enjoy all the splendors’ Bali has to offer

“The island of the Gods”  

Who is it for:

Students aiming to becoming a Professional Aesthetician. Spa therapists wanting to add to their portfolio of skills and adding CPD hours (Continued Professional Development) No previous experience necessary.

Price includes:

  • Coffee, tea or water
  • Training Manual
  • All products required
  • All equipment required
  • Clients for your practical sessions
  • Final Exams
  • Bali BISA Certificate

Not included:

  • Accommodation in Bali – please contact us for recommendations

Career paths:  Health & Wellness, Aesthetic Beauty Clinics, Cruise Ships

Read more about Cosmetic Electrotherapy Facial Treatments you will learn
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Introduction
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Thanks to modern facial skin care technology, the effects of aging on the skin caused by genetics, lifestyle, and environmental factors no longer have to be accepted as permanent. Today, there are many facial rejuvenation options to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. These treatments can also treat skin problems such as acne and rosacea, or enhance a facial skin care regimen to achieve a look that’s healthy and natural. Cosmetic Electrotherapy Facial Treatments are a range of beauty treatments that use low electric currents passed through the skin to produce several therapeutic effects such as muscle toning in the body and micro-lifting of the face. There are four main types of treatment.

Galvanic Treatment
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The aim is to improve the skin in two ways: 1. Cleansing: a process called desincrustation, 2. Nourishing the skin condition, through an electro-chemical process called iontophoresis (also called ionisation). This is achieved by the application of a small, constant, direct current. The treatment works on the principle that charged ions in the skin are either attracted or repelled from the electrodes, resulting in certain chemical effects. Galvanism works by penetrating active substances into the subcutaneous tissues, where they act on the ineffective circulation to bring about an improvement in the vascular and lymphatic interchange in the area. This is completed in a natural and harmless way, and is aided by the actual effect of the galvanic current on the tissues. This improves the function of the cellular membrane, and allows the trapped fluid and fat to be dispersed and eliminated. Galvanic treatment are often used on the face (facial galvanic treatment) and on the body to treat cellulite (galvanic cellulite treatments).

Faradic treatment
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Faradic treatment tones the muscles by repeatedly contracting them with the electric current, resulting in their firming and toning, and an increase in muscular metabolism aims to remove waste products more readily. Faradic treatments are generally used on the face and body, and work by contracting muscles with a short pulse of interrupted direct current. The treatment is also called neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES).

Microcurrent treatments
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Microcurrent treatments (MENS) works by passing a very small direct current through muscle tissue to stimulate the Golgi tendon organ. Different microcurrent characteristics, have different effects on the tissue. Thanks to modern facial skin care technology, the effects of aging on the skin caused by genetics, lifestyle, and environmental factors no longer have to be accepted as permanent. Today, there are many facial rejuvenation options to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. The facial muscles are directly connected to the skin, so the result of energizing the muscle is often an improved, lifted appearance when used on the face, the treatment has become known as a “NON-SURGICAL FACELIFT” These treatments are also used  to treat skin problems such as acne and rosacea, stretch marks, cellulite and scarring.

High-frequency treatment
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High-frequency treatment uses low-current high-frequency alternating currents, delivered via a glass electrode. Because the high frequency current converts some of the oxygen in the air into ozone, the treatment has a germicidal action, and is also drying and warming. Consequently, the treatment is used to aid healing and also to help desquamation (the skin’s natural exfoliation) and stimulate sweat and sebaceous glands. At up to 250,000 Hz frequency, the hollow glass electrode behaves like a glow discharge tube and is sometime called a “violet ray” or “violet wand” (though the colour depends on the gas in the glass). Two electrodes are not required and sparking may occur when the electrode is close to the skin. Because the effect may be pleasurable, similar devices are used in erotic electrostimulation.

What you will learn
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  • Health and safety.
  • Client care, communication and preparation.
  • Client consultation for facial treatments
  • Facial examination and skin analysis
  • Contraindications and contra-actions of facial electrical treatments.
  • An understanding of electricity and how it works with the equipment being used for facial treatments.
  • Galvanic
  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) (also known as Faradic treatment)
  • Microcurrent electrical neuromuscular stimulation (MENS)
  • High-frequency
  • Aftercare

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