Micro Needling – An Interview with Trainer Diana

We spoke to the International Trainer Diana to give us some more information about Micro Needling:

Diana is originally from Columbia and her International and National experience make her an important part of the training team.  Diana specializes in Medical Esthetic procedures like Chemical Peels, Botox, Fillers, Micro blading, Dermaplaning and Removal of Skin Irregularities. She is Owner and Operator of Belle D’s Skin Care, Boutique and Med Spa. Her passion towards quality education, being part of a fast growing industry, and her constant and continued training she attends, makes her Med Spa one of top Spas for new and innovative treatment procedures, and in a league of its own.

Diana, what is CIT? Is it the same as Micro Needling?

Micro needling or Skin needling is a Medical Aesthetic procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles (hence the name micro needling).

(CIT) Collagen Induction Therapy, refers to the effect that micro injuries to the surface has on the skin, resulting in new collagen formation.  Anytime there is injury to the skin, repair occurs through the formation of new collagen.  

Micro needling uses either a roller device or an automated pen to make tiny holes in the skin.  It is mechanical damage only, so it is safe for all skin types.

Is it the same as Fraxel Laser?

Fraxel Laser is light energy that stimulates your skin’s natural collagen, this technology has shown promise in wrinkle reduction, acne scar improvement, and pigment reduction, which is the same as Micro Needling.

The biggest difference is when it comes to price, what types of skin you can treat (Fitzpatrick) and downtime.

Micro Needling is a very affordable treatment for the consumer, you can work on any Fitzpatrick and the risk of the treatment is small. The down time is short, so it works well in our busy modern lives.

What is important for me to consider, if I choose a Micro needling training course?

When choosing a Micro Needling training course, choose a reputable training provider, and make sure they are State Licensed Training providers. Class size is very important for Advanced Training Classes and the one thing that sets us apart is we only schedule small personal classes. As a student, you will have the opportunity to experience and perform the treatment from start to finish with an instructor by your side, assisting and showing you exactly the correct method. We also take enormous pride in knowing that you will have a one on one experience with the instructor to answer your questions without fear of interruption and to explain anything you might not understand along the way.

When choosing a training provider also make sure your training include a Kit. The Kits that are included with all of our training allow you to perform at least 10 treatments after the class; affordable, high quality, medical grade tools and supplies are used in these kits. Our training manuals also include all consent forms and protocols.

We want our students to feel that their money was well spent on our very high standard of training and that with hard work and dedication, they will be successful!

When is your next class?

Saturday September 16th – Micro Needling – With Credit or Debit card $975 ($500 Non-Refundable Deposit) Cash $950 ($500 Non-Refundable Deposit) (8 hour class include: Certification, Training Manual, Lunch, Micro Needling Pen, Tips and enough Lidocaine (11%) to perform 10 treatments.)

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