As the cosmetics and aesthetics industry continually grows, it’s no surprise that more and more medical professionals are turning to training in facial aesthetics as their latest venture. If you’re a medical professional, we’d love to share the great opportunities that the non-surgical cosmetic sector offers.

Work to Your Time Frame

If you’re tired of relentless clinic hours, training in facial aesthetics can open opportunities that allow you to work to your own time frame. By training in cosmetic injectables, you’ll be able to set your own hours that best suit your lifestyle with a freedom of choice in days.

Creativity in your Skills

The facial aesthetics industry is the perfect path if you’re looking to mix scientific knowledge and creativity. Whether you’re considering a patient’s cosmetic profile or planning a treatment, this involves an artistic eye that matches your clinical knowledge and is a trait that many clients look for when booking a dermal filler consultation.

Additional Income

Training within the facial aesthetics allows medical professionals to expand their skills and therefore expand their practice. With this additional offering, the client base also increases, and medical professionals can build their income within a continually growing industry.

Long-Term Patient Relationships

Aesthetic treatments are incredibly effective for building long-lasting relationships with patients due to the longevity of the treatment. If a patient’s happy with their treatment, it’s highly likely that they will return to your clinic when needed and, after establishing an excellent patient relationship, they may be even more likely to try your other treatments.

When will you take your first course in facial aesthetics? Fox Academy offer a range of REVOLAX masterclasses for trained medical professionals. Which will you book on to?