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  • Training models to work on
    You need to arrange two or three models for the training day. The first model must be in the morning before the starting session. In this case, a treatment such as underarms is suitable to show your technique. The second (and third) models are needed for the afternoon from 13:00. Here it is good to have a model who wants to treat a large area, such as legs for a lady or back/abdomen-chest for a man. This gives the opportunity to practice the techniques well. The third model is best to be a typical treatment that you have a lot of trouble with. Try to use models that represent the vast majority of your clients. For example, if your clients are evenly split male and female, have at least one model of each gender. Or if you have a lot of darker-skinned clients, get at least one darker-skinned model. It is important that your models should not be rushed so that you can take enough time to practice the techniques.
  • High tech treatment
    Learn how to choose the correct settings on your laser for each individual client. The average treatment course for permanent laser hair removal consists of 8 treatments for Fitzpatrick skin types 2 and 3, and can go up to 14 treatments for skin types 5 and 6. Each treatment, even on the same person, must be individually tailored to achieve optimal results.
  • ​ Can different body parts with different hair growth cycles & melanin density be treated in the same treatment?
    It is possible if the therapist defines each body part as a separate treatment course. In some treatment sessions it will be possible to treat the different areas together and in some not. The fluence must be adjusted for the melanin density of each individual area.
  • What influence does the frequency have?
    The frequency is set according to the treatment technique. The gliding technique requires a totally different frequency than the stepping technique. The frequency also has a very important influence on the client’s experience and the protection of the epidermis during the treatment.
  • How does the Fitzpatrick skin type affect the treatment?
    The Skin type determines the initial fluence for the first treatment, as well as the increase in fluence between treatments. With this, the skin type also indirectly determines the amount of treatments needed to complete a treatment course.
  • What to expect
    An on-site training consists of two components: The first is an in-depth science course offered online. This allows you to learn at your own pace, from anywhere that suits you. Many people have a first impression of; laser hair removal is a very technical affair and there is actually very little to know outside of how to operate the device. It’s a total misperception. A professional laser therapist has in-depth knowledge of the technology, biology, the laser-tissue interaction, treatment parameters and laser safety. This knowledge is device independent and applies to any treatment regardless of the brand or model of device used during a treatment. The second component is the optimal application of the theoretical knowledge with your own device. For this we come to you and teach you how to get the best out of your laser. We teach you how to set up your laser correctly. Some people may think that the dealer of the equipment will know best, and have already taught them. In practice, it works somewhat differently. Most distributors have no practical background in selecting equipment and then blindly accept the manufacturer’s training, if any training go with a distributorship. Today it is customary to import equipment from China without any training or strings attached. The distributor does receive a very poorly translated instruction from Chinese to English. In practice, we find that it is only distributors with distribution agencies of well-known brands such as Alma or Luminus (there are others as well) who effectively receive and offer quality training. So, the expensive equipment that is less commonly seen in clinics. The next challenge is to get around the “my device is the best and can do everything” bias. Even the most expensive devices are task specific and best in certain circumstances, not all circumstances. In a ‘real life’ clinic it is seldom that the ideal conditions occur. Thus, the therapist must always find a balance between optimal results and actual facts and circumstances. If you are not trained to optimally use your device, you have a ‘blind spot’ which can always lead to inferior results. It is not often that we come across a distributor who offers a non-biased training and teaches the therapist to deal with the weaknesses of the laser they’ve sold her.
  • Training on multiple machines
    If you have multiple devices, or can do multiple types of treatments with your machine, we can teach you multiple devices and treatments during the on-site training. Keep in mind that it is most productive to learn one treatment type per day. You will benefit much more from two training days with two different subjects than from one training day with a series of subjects.
  • Are the parameter settings the same for each treatment in a treatment course?
    No. The treatment parameter settings must be adjusted with each treatment in the course to ensure a successful outcome for the individual treatment, and thus a successful outcome for the overall course.
  • The Manufacturer knows the best settings to use for their equipment. How can you say that the pre-sets are not correct?
    We’re not saying that. The pre-sets are the manufacturer’s recommendations for the first treatment of the treatment course. Since it is a recommendation, you still need to make the adjustments to optimize the individual treatment. The fact that it is only a recommendation for the first treatment is very important to remember. The parameters must be adjusted for each treatment in the treatment course. The pre-sets are not intended to be used for the second and subsequent treatments. THEY ONLY INDICATE THE STARTING POINT.
  • What effect does the fluence & pulse duration have on a treatment?
    The fluence and pulse duration interaction is very important. For successful treatment, the hair root must be hot enough for a minimum duration. The fluence determines how hot the hair root gets and the pulse duration must ensure that this heat stays on for the correct time.
  • What effect does the fluence & pulse duration have on a treatment?
    The fluence and pulse duration interaction is very important. For successful treatment, the hair root must be hot enough for a minimum duration. The fluence determines how hot the hair root gets and the pulse duration must ensure that this heat stays on for the correct time.
  • What influence do the hair growth cycles have?
    For permanent laser hair removal you can only kill the dermal papilla that are in the active growth phase. By following an optimal schedule for the body part being treated, one gets an effect where hair in the growth phase is concentrated. This schedule differs from body part to body part. By not setting the correct schedule during a treatment course, one has only temporary results, with very little permanent hair reduction. The hair growth cycles are not the same for every person and the therapist needs to know how to adjust the treatment for the individual hair growth cycles.
  • More than a one-day training
    When you book your practical training, you will also be enrolled for the Advanced Laser Hair Removal Therapist online course. This ensures that you get the most out of your training day. The more of the online course you complete in advance, the less time to spend on theory during the training day, and the better prepared you are to get the most value.
  • Our courses are for you!
    Whether you are new to the industry, looking for a new career path or just wanting to add new skills to your skill set – we have the course for you! Our courses are fully accredited: meaning you can obtain insurance after you have completed the training for your business and client liability insurance and start building up your business!
  • Did you know?
    The value of the beauty and personal-care industry in South Africa was worth $3.5 billion in 2018. It is forecasted to have a value of about $6.16 billion in 2024! We would like to enable YOU to build your own business and make money. At The Lash & Brow Training Institute, our three main goals are: 1.To empower individuals to run successful businesses in the beauty industry. 2.To support and help you in reaching your career goals. No dream or vision you have is to small or to big. If you can dream it and you can see it, you most definitely will reach it. 3.To create a friendly learning environment that you feel relaxed and comfortable in as you train.
  • What kind of beauty training courses do we offer?
    We run a variety of beauty courses from our academy. We may be called The Lash & Brow Academy but we have something to offer for everyone. Whether you are new to all things beauty or a pro with your own businesses – there’s something for you. The beauty industry never stops, so we help you keep up with the latest beauty trends, health and safety regulations and all the business skills you’ll want to know to build a business with longevity. The courses we currently run are: Gel & Acrylic Manicure & Pedicure Brow Lamination Henna Brow Art Lash Extension Lash Lamination & Botox Microblading Brow Map & Wax Advanced Aesthetic Avant-garde Laser Advanced Laser Tattoo Removal Advanced Laser Hair Removal Photobiomodulation 1 Photobiomodulation 2 Laser Lip Course Laser Safety Officer Basic Facial Course Advanced Facial Course Back & Neck Massage Full Body Massage Waxing & Sugaring Professional Tan Systems 3D Geno Oxygen Facial Coolscuplt Rapid Thread Sculpt Laser Diode 3 Wave Length.

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