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Halifax Laser Pigmentation Treatment Course For Aspiring Estheticians Announced

The training program covers everything required to create, launch, and scale a beautician business and grow a team of trained skincare specialists. The laser pigmentation module has now been updated in line with advances in the latest technology, teaching students advanced protocols for minimizing dark spots and improving the appearance of a client’s skin without surgery.

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To meet rising industry demand – The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts 17% growth for the esthetician industry over the next eight years – Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy is offering hands-on training across a range of specialty treatments. Around 13,400 new jobs are expected to be created as more patients seek beauty treatments, and Dermysk is equipping future estheticians with the skills needed to fill these roles.

With board-certified aesthetics experts as instructors, the program educates students on utilizing laser technology to treat skin discoloration and blemishes. Course modules cover laser physics, skin biology, patient consultations, and treatment protocols. Students gain first-hand experience in Dermysk’s on-site medical aesthetics clinics, working alongside seasoned medical professionals.

The curriculum focuses on upholding industry best practices and the highest safety standards. The training encompasses comprehensive coursework that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to achieve optimal treatment outcomes. Enrollees also gain insights into building client relationships, marketing services, and managing the day-to-day operations of an aesthetic practice.

The initial certification course includes 7 online learning modules and weekly in-person training. Students seeking more advanced skills can continue their education through the Advanced program which comprises 4 days of intensive in-class instruction. Upon completion, graduates are fully prepared to enter the growing field of medical aesthetics as licensed laser technicians.

To qualify for enrollment, individuals must hold a high school diploma or equivalent and have relevant work experience in a customer service, healthcare, or aesthetics role. Dermysk aims to open doors for those seeking new careers and small business opportunities in this expanding industry.

A spokesperson states: “Dermysk was founded by a group of professionals from the worlds of esthetics, medicine, business, and Medical Aesthetics in 2015. We aim to transform and set the standard in Medical Aesthetics education throughout Canada and North America.”

Interested parties can learn more at

Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy

455 Boulevard Cure-Labelle

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