Galvanic High Frequency E-Facial

Galvanic High Frequency E-Facial – Available in Scunthorpe

A Galvanic Facial is often known as an Electrical Facial and contains two elements.  It is used within a normal facial routine.  You can cleanse, exfoliate then do a galvanic treatment, then finish with a mask, tone and moisturise.   First of all it uses a direct galvanic current that passes into the skin. This should never be a painful treatment.
Desincrustation – This is the process whereby the dead skin cells are removed and the oily substance sebum is softened. The deep cleaning element removes the excess sebum secreted by the sebaceous glands. Desincrustation is a deep cleanse, relax pores, stimulate circulation, remove surface adhesions. Prepares the skin for extraction.
Iontophoresis – Places water soluble substances into the skin for super softening. Ampoules and Gels can be used. Gels are generally easier to use as they don’t run all over the face. Dry skin, skin that is dull is best for using with Iontophoresis.

High Frequency facial can be used on deeply congested acne prone skin.  The high frequency element of this course can be applied in two ways. Directly or Indirectly. During a direct treatment a glass electrode is placed directly onto the skin or over a gauze and is applied using slow circular motions. The current travels through the electrode and into the skin. During an indirect treatment the client holds the electrode in their hands. The therapist massages the clients skin which causes the current to transfer from the clients skin to the therapists hands. The function of a high frequency facial is that it accelerates blood circulation, helps promote metabolism, kills bacteria, anti congestive, relaxing, aids creams and lotions enter the skin better.

Course content:

Full practical demonstration and guidance throughout the day, learn the theory and practical application of Desincrustation and iontophoresis with the galvanic machine, then the high frequency facial

Health and Safety at Work Law,Sterilisation and Hygiene in the salon

Data Protection, Where to buy products and the different skin types

Anatomy and Physiology relating to the course you are studying

Consultation process and an example of the consultation card.

Contra-indications and how to recognise them, Contra-actions

Licensing requirements if required. Professionalism/ Code of Ethics

Local Bylaws that may affect your business e.g. treating minors.

Where to obtain insurance and details of professional associations.

Entry Requirement & Prerequisites

If you have insurance then you must check THEIR pre perquisites.

ABT require you to have a FULL BEAUTY NVQ 2.

BEAUTYGUILD require you to have only a beauty facial diploma.

Course duration & CPD

1 Day, 10 CPD

Assessment and Examination Method

There will be continuous formative assessments taking place during your training day and you will be expected to answer verbal questions and perform a galvanic and high frequency facial with minimal direction from your tutor.

Course Investment

£180

Deposit: £75
Amount due 2 weeks prior to training: £105

Qualification

Practitioner Level Diploma

Insurance Cover

Once you complete this training you will be entitled to gain insurance. All courses at Inspire Therapy Training are accredited and recognised by industry professionals. View our accreditation page for details. See below for the accrediting bodies we have opted to use for this diploma.

If you have insurance then you must check THEIR pre perquisites.

ABT require you to have a FULL BEAUTY NVQ 2.

BEAUTYGUILD require you to have only a beauty facial diploma.

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