Learn More About New Look Laser College and Laser Tattoo Removal Training!
The Basic Overview
The first part of laser tattoo removal training is understanding how the process works. Laser tattoo removal works by sending light energy into the skin, heating up the tattoo ink particles, and shattering them. Then, over the following weeks, the body’s lymphatic system gradually flushes the fragmented tattoo ink particles away from the site of the tattoo. As more of the fragments are flushed away, the visibility of the tattoo fades until it can no longer be seen.
Many patients think that tattoo removal involves a “burning off” of the tattoo. This simply isn’t the case. Laser tattoo removal simply speeds up the natural fading process that happens to tattoos over time. For example, an old tattoo that has faded over time looks much like a recent tattoo that has undergone one laser treatment.
Have questions about laser tattoo removal training with New Look Laser College? We have the answers! We crafted this ebook to help potential students gain a better understanding of what to expect when they attend our training course.
What you’ll learn with this ebook:
- Who is this course for?
- Who can perform tattoo removal?
- Certifications you’ll earn through NLLC
- Using the DESCRIBE PFD Patch
- The business of laser tattoo removal
- Answering FAQs and more!
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New Look Laser College is the training division of Astanza Laser, and the premier training experience for those interested in growing their career with laser tattoo removal. NLLC is the first laser training course to exclusively focus on tattoo removal, and we pride ourselves on offering extensive hands-on laser practice and a comprehensive didactic section. Our course instructors industry experts committed to helping each student grow in their technical skills, but also with their business development goals.
To learn more about our training course, view the exclusive webinar: Answer NLLC FAQs. This webinar was previously recorded and is free to view. Click here to view the webinar.