When it comes to solid medical aesthetics training, microblading often slips through the cracks. Leaving clients struggling to hide shoddy work or spending a fortune cleaning up a mess that never had to happen in the first place.
Is there still a demand for medical aesthetics training in Botox?
British plastic surgeons who have been fighting a quiet battle to maintain their share of the aesthetics market recently received some discouraging news. According to The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Baaps), 2016 showed a 40% drop in the number of procedures performed by its members. It was the lowest in nearly ten years.
Former Baaps president, Rajiv Grover blames the growing trend in part on people seeking out specialists that perform these procedures within their normal practices as well as the unfortunate state of the economy.
Still, there can be little doubt that the ease and lack of downtime offered by injectables will continue to erode the cosmetic surgery industry for years to come. Clinics and spas that have chosen to add aesthetic injections to their menu of services have found that Botox training is less of a one-time certification and more of an area for continuing education.