What does an aesthetic nurse do and how do I become one?
Providing cosmetic treatments, including botox and dermal fillers, is often a flexible working option, but running a business in an unregulated market can be hard
An aesthetic nurse, also known as a cosmetic nurse, provides cosmetic treatments intended to improve clients’ appearance and tackle signs of ageing.
Popular procedures include injections of botox, which relaxes muscles to smooth out lines and wrinkles in the face, and dermal fillers , which are injected into the face and lips to plump them up. There are a wide range of other treatments, including chemical peels , which stimulate the growth of new skin cells, and laser hair removal.
How popular are non-surgical treatments?
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