Electrolysis

Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal treatment, which will benefit your clients and business as it provides repeat sessions for some time, it is an ideal treatment to build loyalty and return appointments. Electrolysis is a permanent method of treatment for the removal of excess facial and body hair growth.  A fine needle is inserted into the hair follicle and a mild electric current is then passed down the needle which weakens and eventually destroys further hair growth. During the course you will learn removal of hair of the eyebrows, upper lip, chin, neck, underarms, breast & bikini line areas using both alternating current and blend.

 

Course Content -

 

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Health Safety & Hygiene
  • Preparation of the Work Area & Client
  • Equipment & Products
  • Consultation Techniques & Client cards
  • Contra-indications & Contra-actions
  • Benefits of Electrical Epilation
  • Needle Types
  • Skin & Hair Condition
  • Practical Tuition Using Blend
  • Practical Tuition Using Alternating Current
  • Practical Tuition of removal of Hair from the Upper Lip, Chin, Eyebrows, Neck, Breast, Underarms & Bikini line areas
  • Effective Pricing
  • Aftercare Advice

 

Electrolysis

 

Course Duration                               

2 Days or 2 Eve

Course Price              

WAS £550 NOW £450.00      

Entry Requirements

Minimum requirment is, one of the following - Facial, Body Massage or Waxing Course or Level 2 A&P 

Time – Day                            

9.30am – 2.30pm

Time – Eve                                        

5.30pm – 9.30pm

Course Dates

Available Weekly 

How Many To a Class

Maximum of 4 Students

     

           

Qualification: CS Beauty Academy Diploma & accredited by theguild this will enable you to obtain public liability insurance.

 

Optional NVQ Level 3 Unit B29 (VTCT) available for an additional £150.00 - see NVQ Individual courses more details.

 

Save money by booking more than one individual course at any one time – see Multi Courses for more details.

                                                                                                  

 

 

 

Electrolysis Course