Beginners skin peel training
The first thing people assume when they come across a chemical peel is that is contains chemicals. Here at Paragon Training Academy we not only teach the application but sources of the peels (Glycolic = sugar cane, Lactic = milk, Mandelic = Almonds, Salicylic = Asprin derived from tree bark). Chemical peels are classed as hemicals as they scale as acid like on the acid/alkaline scale and they are the perfect product to use for skin rejuvenation, as they can counteract many skin problems from acne, pigmentation, ageing (fine lines and wrinkles) and much more!!!,
A Chemical Peel either consists of AHA’s (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) or BHA’s (Beta Hydroxy Acids), which both work by chemical exfoliation and resurfacing of the Epidermal layers resulting in the promotion of new cell growth Or can use a blended peel that is a mixture of both. Using peels regularly will bring fresh blood circulation and nutrients to the skin, thus hydrating and resurfacing skin therefore over time offering a clear and fresh complexion.
Cosmetic Peels have become very popular as they do not have much downtime (redness for a few hours). They are even used in many products, but do not give the full benefits of a professional chemical peel.
Level - Beginners
Dates available through out the year
Available on request
Need to have level 3 beauty therapy or qualified medics
£299+Vat for 1 day (with 8hrs pre study)
1 Day Training Includes:
The History of Chemical Peels
What are their uses
Chemical Peel Strengths
AHA's & BHA's
Trial and treat using some of the best known Cosmetic Peels
Related Anatomy & Physiology
Health & Safety
Contra-indications and Risk Assessment
Choosing a Range
Establishing a Treatment Plan
Can this diploma be upgraded to VTCT (NVQ) afterwards?
Yes, here at Paragon Training we offer every student of ours the ability to achieve the highest standards (upgrade). This is simply done by attending the advanced course then paying an additional fee (£147). Once this has been received the student will send additional material (assignments) needed for your NVQ qualification. As well as structuring relevant case studies or practical assessments in order to achieve full NVQ accreditation.