Do you know why cosmetic treatments in a doctor’s office are more costly and more effective?
That is because the way in which top doctors perform microneedling treatments differs from cosmetologists and estheticians performing nanoneedling in three ways:
#1: Top doctors can perfrom a technique called Microneedling.
According to most states in the US, only doctors can be able to perform microneedling treatment. This is quote from the board of barbering and cosmetology (quote):
"The Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (Board) does not approve or regulate
equipment or products used in the barbering and beauty industry. Consequently, the
Board provides no opinion on the contemplated use of any machine a licensee is
considering purchasing. "
" The Board’s regulations specifically prohibit invasive
procedures which results in the removal, destruction, incision, or piercing of a client’s
skin beyond the epidermis or the application of electricity which visibly contracts the
muscle (Title 16, California Code of Regulations, section 991.) Licensed cosmetologists
and estheticians are cautioned not to engage in any invasive procedures."
What that means is that estheticians and cosmetologists can only perform services within the scope of the epidermis and cannot go deeper than that.
#2 Top doctors prepare the serums (ingredients for microneedling treatment) for each individual client according to the condition of the face and skin problems.
They also use far higher quality and number of serums (ingredients) in comparison to cosmeticians who only mix a few serums in a very superficial manner.
#3 And top doctors use over 30 ingredients to make one out of 100 combinations
intended for that particular client. There are no universal one size fit all solutions. Cosmetologists and estheticians do not have enough knowledge to do this.