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Facial Anatomy and Physiology For Aestheticians Level 4

Facial anatomy and physiology knowledge is pertinent for safe and effective placement of fillers and antiwrinkle treatments. A detailed understanding of facial blood vessels, nerves and musculature is essential to achieve consistent results in aesthetics.  This comprehensive course covers; Facial Zones, Facial Skin, Facial Blood Supply, Facial Muscles and Facial Bones. 
We also cover the risky areas of the face when performing aesthetic injectables, in relation to the facial blood supply. This online course is IPHM Accredited. 
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Course Overview

In this course you will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the face. Most major facial muscles are covered including their nerve supply and blood supply. The course also includes the facial skin, which is different to skin on the rest of the body. Facial bones are covered along with risky areas on the face when performing aesthetic injectables.
This comprehensive online course contains essential theoretical knowledge that all Aestheticians must have. A 40 page manual is included with easy to follow chapters, diagrams and links to aesthetic practice. 
The course is IPHM Accredited and on completion you can join them as a Certified IPHM Therapist. 
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Facial Anatomy and Physiology for Aestheticians

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Course features
  • Modules: 7
  • Level: 4
  • Certifcate Included
  • IPHM  Accredited
  • Exams: Multiple Choice
  • Lifetime Access
1. Why aestheticians need to know Facial Anatomy and Physiology
2. Facial Zones
3. Anatomy of the Skin
4. Facial Blood Supply
5. Facial Muscles
6. Facial Nerve Supply
7. Bones of the Face
8. Risky areas of the face when performing dermal filler procedures.

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Certification included
This course is  IPHM and CPD accredited