Mastering the provision of beauty treatments begins with a strong understanding of related anatomy and physiology. Along with performing treatments, beauty therapists must be able to offer accurate and confident recommendations, in accordance with their observations. This means getting to know the human body on a deeper level, for which targeted study is required. While it’s true to say that the beauty therapy learning experience is ongoing, a strong initial educational foundation is mandatory. Particularly if looking to establish your own business or work as an independent freelance beauty therapist.
This insightful tutorial is ideal for anyone looking to become a qualified and capable beauty therapist. Learn how related anatomy and physiology play a vital role in beauty therapy, including the epidermis, dermis, reticular layer, papillary layer, subcutaneous tissue, the nails, muscles of the neck, shoulders and face, bones of the face and skull, hair growth and health, functions of the blood, the effects of massage, the lymphatic system and many more besides..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course at QLS|
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|