aUK Cosmetics CPD advanced tear trough training with cannula will train you to rejuvenate the peri-orbital region of the eyes using advanced dermal filler application and technique. We have developed training techniques to accurately provide you with complete injecting theory, coupled with anatomy and physiology training to build up your core and under pinning knowledge of the injection site. The aUK brand of training includes intensive practical skills, leaving you with the peace of mind and confidence to immediately start practicing this treatment within your own clinic.
When considering an aesthetic practitioner treatment plan and building up your service capability to your client base, tear troughs (eyes) are the focal point of the face, which means it’s one of the first areas to show any sign of ageing on the face. Building this advanced treatment into your aesthetics treatment repertoire will enable you to offer your clients a targeted approach to facial rejuvenation.
We will train you with a complete understanding of facial anatomy and physiology, focused on the peri-orbital region. On completion of this advanced training you will be enabled to identify suitable clients for treatment, contraindications, managing client expectations, use of topical anaesthesia and relevant aftercare.
On successful completion of the tear trough training, you will receive an advanced CPD training certificate which is insurable with our insurance partner.
You will get a 1-hour lunch break on each of the training days. You are welcome to bring your own pack up, or alternatively there is a Sainsbury’s and a Marks & Spencers situated close to our venue.
Complete understanding of facial anatomy and physiology
Identify suitable clients for treatment and contraindications to treatment
Managing client expectations and providing relevant aftercare
Be able to identify facial markings to determine appropriate injection points
Understanding the combination of direct treatment to the tear trough with indirect correction of the tear trough using mid-face re-volumisation
Use of topical anaesthesia