Everyone wishes they could stay looking younger as they age. You can join the anti-aging skincare industry when you become a BOTOX® injector. You will help people look younger and feel more beautiful and confident while advancing your medical career and boosting your income.
BOTOX® is an FDA approved anti-aging injectable medicine used to erase fine lines and wrinkles and reverse some of the signs of aging. BOTOX® is a leading non-surgical cosmetic treatment used by millions of people to maintain a youthful appearance.
How to Become a BOTOX® Injector
To become a certified BOTOX® injector, you will need to be professionally trained and certified. The Aesthetic Institute of Massachusetts offers accredited training and certification that will make you eligible to become a BOTOX® injector. You qualify to enroll for certification if you are a doctor, physician, physician’s assistant, nurse or another type of trained healthcare professional.
The comprehensive training is done by experts in aesthetic medicine who have many years of experience training medical professionals to administer BOTOX® injections. When you become a BOTOX® injector, specialized in performing anti-aging skincare treatments, you enjoy some primary benefits.
You advance your career when you become a BOTOX® injector, even though you are already a medical professional or may already be practicing aesthetic medicine. The training and certification qualify you to do a beauty procedure reserved only for BOTOX® injectors.
Younger-looking skin helps preserve beauty and boost confidence, and confident people are known to be more successful. As a BOTOX® injector, you will get satisfaction from knowing your clients can have happier and more successful lives by simply being confident about their looks.
A single BOTOX® procedure can cost hundreds of dollars. It generally takes less than 1 hour to complete the treatment and can be done during a lunch break. No wonder this cosmetic beauty treatment is nicknamed, “The Lunchtime Procedure!”
Once certified to legally administer BOTOX® injections, you will be eligible to give the injections to patients. To get started, talk to one of our team members at Aesthetic Insitute of Massachusetts in Waltham. Contact us today to learn more!