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FELLOWSHIP AESTHETIC  COSMETOLOGY (FAC)
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Course description

Objectives of this Program

There is a growing international demand for cosmetology trained professionals and through this course you will gain all knowledge to cater to the patients needs, more effectively. The knowledge gained will bridge those gaps to reduce complication and improve clinical outcome leading to better patient care.

Your advantage of joining ICLS, for this program:

Designed to be personalized

Designed to be personalized around your specific schedule and preferred pace.

A uniquely comprehensive clinical scope

A uniquely comprehensive clinical scope that encompasses basic to advanced cosmetology.

Training that includes a complete professional skillset

Training that includes a complete professional skillset including medical technology uses, data analysis, practice management, legal considerations, and more.

Why you should do this Program?

There is a growing interest from your patients, who are looking for personalised cosmetic solutions. You being the doctor can definitely do more justice to their cosmetology needs than any other professionals.

ICLS follows International Market-class curricula and focuses on international guidelines to provide the latest training to students and make them highly competent professionals.

There has been an increase in demand for skilled professionals in this field.

A trained professional in cosmetology can expect a starting salary of 55,000/- per month.

ICLS students are working in multinational companies and few have started their own set ups.

What is ICLS : PCSP?

ICLS has special POST COURSE SUPPORT PROGRAM for all students. (ICLS:PCSP)

You can take its advantage to become more successful in your career.

Eligibility

MBBS / MD / MS / BDS / MDS  / BAMS / BHMS / BUMS /

( Course syllabus will be customized depending on your qualification and need )

How will you benefit by this course?

  • You will have an opportunity for more fruitful practice.

  • You can fight the competition in the most ethical manner.

  • You can have separate new identity of your own, which will set you apart from everyone else in your practice.

  • You can have more patients who will pay to your satisfaction.

  • You can have more FREE time for yourself & your family.

  • Cosmetology is an emerging field. And you can have better future with it.

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Learning outcomes

  • You will learn the intricate art and science of the most common and latest aesthetic procedures. One to one teaching format of this programme, is what makes it unique from others in the International Market. This program deals with the disorders and conditions of skin related to cosmetology.

This course is suitable for Medical professionals who want to expand their arena of knowledge in treating skin related cosmetic disorders.

Let’s start…

 

Institute of Cosmetology and Laser Science. (ICLS Mumbai)

FELLOWSHIP AESTHETIC  COSMETOLOGY (FAC)

Course Curriculum Sessions for training, which will give you full confidence are as follows:-

INTRODUCTION

  1. Introduction to the  Cosmetology

  2. Career Prospects in  Cosmetology

SKIN

  1. Structure & Function in relation to Cosmetology

  2. Skin Appendages

  3. Skin Types

  4. Common Cosmetology Diseases: Aetiology,

  5. Common Cosmetology Diseases: Features & Management

HAIR

  1. Structure & Function in relation to Cosmetology

  2. Normal Hair Growth

  3. Hair Types

  4. Excess Hair Growth Problems

COSMETOLOGY : BACTERIOLOGY ASPECTS

  1. Hygiene in Cosmetology Practice

  2. Sterilisation in  Cosmetology Practice

  3. Personal Grooming in Cosmetology Practice

COSMETOLOGY : CLINICAL EXAMINATION

  1. Patient’s Assessment in  Cosmetology Practice

  2. Proper Identification of SKIN TYPES in Cosmetology Practice

CHEMICAL PEELS

  1. Superficial Peels

  2. Combination Chemical Peels

  3. Peels Classification

  4. Peels Characteristics

  5. Understanding of Different Peels

  6. Patient Evaluation

  7. Indications/Precautions

  8. Patient Selection

1.PRE PEEL SKIN CONDITIONING

  1. Indications/ Contraindications

  2. Side Effects

  3. Skin Regimen

  4. CHEMICAL PEELING:

  5. Superficial Peels

  6. Combination Chemical Peels

  7. Pigmentation of the Face-Evaluation and Treatment

FACE PEELS

  1. Classification –

Superficial, Medium, Deep

  1. Characteristics- Glycolics/AHA/ Fruit Peels/ Jessner/ TCA/Phenol

  2. Basic Understanding of each Different Agent- Indexations for

  3. Use/Contraindications/Mode of Application/Mechanism of Action/ Potentiating Factors/

  4. Adverse Effects

ADVANCED CHEMICAL PEELS

  1. Retinol / Obagi Peels

  2. SOFT PEELS
  3. Layering peels

BOTULINUM TOXIN

  1. The Product

  2. Indications – Upper Face

  3. Facial Anatomy in Detail

  4. Mode of Action

  5. Side Effects and Complications: Allergic/ Regional

  6. Duration of Action

  7. Appropriate Doses/ Dilutions

  8. Safety and Toxicity

  9. Storage and Transport

  10.   Botulinum Toxin in Use in Facial Rhytids

ADVANCED BOTULINUM TOXIN

  1. Botulinum Toxin for Middle Face

  2. Botulinum Toxin for Lower Face

  3. Botulinum Toxin for Neck

  4. Botulinum Toxin for Hyperhidrosis (Axillary/Palmar/Plantar)

  5. Botulinum Toxin for Bunny Lines

DERMAL FILLERS

  1. Introduction to dermal fillers

  2. Pharmacology

  3. Types of Dermal Fillers (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm etc.)

  4. Patient selection for dermal fillers

  5. Indications (Nasolabial Folds/Marionette Lines)

  6. Side Effects and Complications

  7. Recommendations

Combination Therapies

  1. Botox and Fillers

  2. Botox and Skin Resurfacing

ADVANCED DERMAL FILLERS

  1. Dermal Fillers for Frown Lines

  2. Dermal Fillers for Under Eyes (Tear Trough)

  3. Dermal Fillers for Volume Augmentation of Cheeks

  4. Dermal Fillers for Volume Augmentation of Lips

  5.   Dermal Fillers for Mentolabial Folds

LASERS PART 1:- BASICS

  1. Introduction to Lasers

  2. History, Laser Physics & Vocabulary

  3. Types of Lasers

  4. Laser & Skin Interaction

  5. Laser Chromophores

  6. Choosing Appropriate Settings

  7. Available Aesthetic Laser Technologies in the International Market

  8. Newer Technologies – RF /IR/ Fraxel / Infrared Devices.

LASERS PART 2:- ADVANCED LASER AND THEIR INDICATIONS

  1. Ablative lasers, Non-Ablative Laser,

  2. Vascular Lasers,

  3. Pigment & Tattoo Lasers,

  4. Q-Switched Lasers,

  5.   Hair Removal Lasers

  6. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

  7. Pre-and Post-Treatment Do’s and Don’ts

  8. Skin Rejuvenation

  9. Skin Resurfacing

  10. Skin Tightening

  11. CARBON LASER Facial

LASERS PART 3:- HOW TO PRACTICE LASERS?

  1. Pre-and Post-Treatment Do’s and Don’ts

  2. Skin Rejuvenation

  3. Skin Resurfacing

  4. Skin Tightening

  5. Comparison between Lasers

  6. Considerations for Laser Equipment Purchase

  7. Management of Complications of Lasers and IPL

  8. Laser Safety / Eye Protection/ Flammable Liquids and Gases/ Smoke/ Hazard/

  9. LASER Contraindications

MESOTHERAPY PART 1 :   ELECTROPORATION

  1. Mesotherapy For Skin rejuvenation

  2. Mesolift, Mesoglow and meso sculpt

  3. Products and protocols

MESOTHERAPY PART 2 :   ACOUSTIC  WAVES

  1. Mesotherapy For Skin Problems

  2. Products and protocols

  3. Mesolift, Mesoglow and meso sculpt

  4. No-Needle Mesotherapy

MESOTHERAPY PART 3 :   PHYSICAL METHOD

  1. Mesotherapy For Face Problems

  2. Products and protocols

  3. Mesolift, Mesoglow and meso sculpt

PRP ( PLATELET RICH PLASMA)

  1. What is PRP

  2. PRP devices and processing PRP

  3. Centrifugation single spin & double spin method

  4. Creation and activation of PRP

  5.   Indications of PRP

  6. Contraindication of PRP

  7. Use of PRP in skin Rejuvenation treatment.

GLUTATHIONE ( SKIN LIGHTENING TREATMENT)

  1. What is Glutathione

  2. Why it is BANNED?

  3. Benefits of glutathione

  4. Glutathione in skin lightening therapy

  5. Mode of action

  6. Glutathione IV injection procedure

OTHER MINOR COSMETIC PROCEDURES

  1. Radio Frequency Cosmetic Cautery

  2. Wart Removal / Skin Tags Removal

  3. Procedure Details.

OTHER MINOR COSMETIC PROCEDURES

  1. Derma Roller/Dermapen

  2. Dermabrasion

  3. SDRM

ROP for ACNE

  1. Acne Treatment Protocols

ROP for PIGMENTATION

  1. Pigmentation Treatment Protocols

ROP for UNDER EYE DARK CIRCLES

  1. Pigmentation Treatment Protocols

ROP for SCARS

  1. Scar Treatment Protocols

ROP for ANTI-AGING

  1. Anti-Aging Treatment Protocols

YOUR PRACTICE: GUIDANCE / TIPS / PEARLS

  1. How to setup cosmetic practice

  2. How To Market Your Practice

  3. Build Your Customer Base

  4. How to Buy?

  5. How NOT to buy?

FUTURE SUPPORT

  1. FREE MEMBERSHIP for ‘International Society of Aesthetics and Anti-Ageing Medicine’               (ISAAAM)

  2. Doubt Solving Sessions

  3. Award Ceremony

 

 

 

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