About This Course
Do you want to learn how to treat vascular lesions and pigmentation safely and effectively?
Enhance your knowledge with Lynton and Kerry Belba, our expert guest speaker at our next Virtual Classroom: Vascular and Pigment Masterclass taking place on Monday 19th April.
This course looks at the theory of light and how it can be used to treat vascular conditions including telangiectasia, rosacea, Campbell de Morgan spots, port wine stains, spider naevi, and pigmentation.
There are no pre-qualifications needed to do this course and places are available to anyone of any experience level wishing to expand their knowledge in the area of treating vascular and pigment problems with.advanced technology.
Expert Guest Speaker – Kerry Belba, Clinic Director at Laser Skin Solutions
Kerry was the first non-medical practitioner in the UK to gain her Level 4 BTEC Laser & Light award in 2005. Since then, she has gone on to gain subsequent laser qualifications and became a laser trainer in 2011. She has over 15 years of experience using various lasers & IPLs for aesthetic application. She is the owner and Company Director of Laser Skin Solutions in Bournemouth.
- Which laser and wavelengths to use
- Treatment information such as how many treatments and how often to deliver them
- Assessing the suitability of the client
- Managing expectations and results
- Considering side-effects
- Pricing strategies
What Will You Get Out of It?
- After completing this course, you will receive a Lynton Masterclass Certificate.
- You will leave with a lot of accurate and relevant knowledge that you can apply to your own treatments.
After qualifying as a Beauty Therapist in 2002, Kirsty very quickly discovered a passion for skin and lasers. She has been using lasers and IPL systems since 2003, and joined Lynton as a Clinical Trainer in 2008.
In 2010 she became the manager of the Lynton Clinic, but continued to run a variety of training courses. She has completed her VTCT Level 4 Laser and Light Hair Removal and Skin Rejuvenation qualification as well as the L5 in Laser Tattoo Removal. She is also a qualified assessor.
In 2018 she became the Education Lead at Lynton lasers, and is now responsible for the organisation and delivery of the Lynton VTCT qualifications. She still administers treatments at the Lynton Clinic, keeping her skills and knowledge completely up to date.