Top 10 advanced skin treatments you should offer in 2022

The type of skin treatments on offer in your salon/clinic determines not only how much utility your clients draw from your services but also how your business performs in financial terms. The beauty/aesthetic industry is always on the move and it is crucial for you to keep your business in sync with the latest products & trends in this competitive yet lucrative marketplace. This article will inform and hopefully inspire you to consider these latest advanced skin treatments. Read on to find out more.

This article contains information about the following treatments.

  1. Automated pen microneedling
  2. Skin peels
  3. Dermaplaning
  4. LED – Low level light therapy
  5. Radiofrequency
  6. Microdermabrasion
  7. Ultrasound
  8. No needle mesotherapy
  9. Photorejuvenation (IPL)
  10. Laser hair removal
advanced skin treatments

Automated Pen Microneedling

1.   Automated Pen Microneedling

Huge growth has been seen recently with this microneedling treatment. It makes use of the natural wound healing process of the skin and increases the general absorption of active skincare ingredients. This pen device will give flexibility of needle length and varying speed settings to tailor make each treatment to individual clients. Adding this treatment to your menu card will guarantee brighter and firmer skin. It is a one stop solution for wrinkles, stretch marks and scars, with next to no downtime.

Skin Peel Training

2.    Skin Peels

A relatively gentle and non-invasive treatment depending on specific ingredients of the peel kof skin cells and allowing the fresher and ultra clean complexion to shine through. Many peel ingredients such as glycolic, salicylic, mandelic have anti-microbial properties that will dry out and prevent further acne break outs. Pigmentation can be reduced and oily or dry skin balanced. An SPF must always be used following skin peels as these chemical ingredients can make the skin more sun sensitive.

dermaplaning skin treatment

3. Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is quickly becoming one of the most highly sought after treatments in the UK. This is due to the affordability of the treatment and the speed at which it can be delivered.

Dermaplaning involves the use of a surgical scalpel to gently exfoliate the surface of the skin. This has two main benefits, to remove the fine vellus hair (peach fuzz) from the face and to encourage the growth of new skin cells by also removing the very top layer of skin.

This results in softer, smoother and younger looking skin. Also, not only does it have these visual benefits, but by removing the fine vellus hair, you are therefore reducing the amount of dirt and oils that can get trapped in the hair which can encourage poor skin health.

4.   LED – Low Level Light Therapy

This treatment procedure makes use of four clinically tested and proven wavelengths of ultra violet-free LED lights. Red light reduces inflammation, improves blood circulation and has an anti-ageing effect. Blue light targets acne bacteria reducing active lesions. Green light reducing pigmentation and yellow can help alleviate shingles, cold sores and rosacea.

Emma Coates Aesthetic Training offer professional courses on all of the above treatments. To read more about our courses, click below.

5.   Radiofrequency

Radiofrequency is a non-invasive tightening of the skin. The procedure is non-surgical and therefore the recovery time and risks are reduced to minimum. By the nature of the human body to conduct heat, radio-frequency energy flows into the deep layers of the skin and the subcutaneous layer causing the tightening of the skin structure and increase in collagen production.

6.   Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion procedure exfoliates the skin and removes the dull and rough layer of dead cells that accumulates on the skin over time. It can utilise small crystals that are sprinkled on the client’s skin or a diamond tip for a crystal free option. Clients with clogged pores, uneven skin pigmentation or fine lines will benefit greatly from this treatment.

7.   Ultrasound

Ultra sound skin treatment makes use of high frequency waves to penetrate the skin. There are different forms of ultrasound. The facial add-on is a very simple and painless treatment procedure that uses a handheld device while the ultrasonic therapy is a non-invasive procedure that is used to lift and tighten the chin, neck and brow parts of the face. Ultrasound can also be used on the body.

This procedure attains its results by using sound waves of a high level to heat up under the skin and destroying fat cells in the process. The skin cells in the superficial skin layer are stimulated to produce collagen which promotes blood flow and reduces inflammation. This procedure is especially meant for clients with acne and skin blemishes as the high-level waves are claimed to kill all the bacteria on the skin.

8.   No Needle Mesotherapy

No needle mesotherapy was invented specifically for those clients who are needle phobic. This procedure makes use of high frequency waves to deliver similar results as the other intrusive treatments but with less pain. It combines ultrasound technology and the wide array of mesotherapy ingredients to rejuvenate and improve skin integrity. A solution composed of the active ingredients is first applied on the target part of the skin. The ultra sound then stimulates the dermal layers of the skin allowing for absorption of the active ingredients as well as free flow of blood and detoxification

no needle mesotherapy treatment

9. Photorejuvanation (IPL)

Photorejuvenation is a treatment that uses lasers or ‘intense pulsed light’ to treat various skin conditions that are caused by repeated exposure to UV (ultraviolet light).

The treatment aims to reverse skin concerns that are caused by photoaging such as sunspots, pigmentation, wrinkles and other issues regarding the texture of the skin.

10. Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is growing in popularity as more clinics are offering finance packages making it more affordable and clients want the ease of no longer having to shave or wax. Laser hair removal is particularly popular amongst people who have darker thicker hair that is more difficult to remove in the traditional means.

Laser hair removal is treated by using intense pulses of laser light to destroy the hair follicles.

If you would like any more information on these treatments or would like to train with Emma Coates Aesthetic Training, get in touch below or call
01494 928977

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