This one-day intensive hands-on training workshop provides and introduction to clinical skincare using various exfoliation techniques.
Skin is constantly exposed to internal and external assault with cause pre-mature signs of aging. These assaults are the result of constant free-radical damage, which are provoked by intrinsic (i.e. genetics, nutrition, alcohol consumption) and extrinsic (i.e. UV exposure, smoking, pollution) factors. It is estimated that between 80-90% of visible signs of aging are caused by UV radiation.
College of Medical Aesthetics provides study material via email before you attend the clinical portion of your training; in addition, you must purchase 1 book. Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice, second edition, Baumann, Leslie (books may be purchased online). The study material and reading assignments will ensure that you have a complete understanding of laser theory before attending clinical skills lab. This new approach to short courses is designed to incorporate your technical skills and theory knowledge.
On completion of this one-day workshop, the student will be able to
- Discuss anatomical structures of integumenty system
- Explain the physiologic functions of skin when incorporating chemical peels
- Identify components of history, assessment, skin analysis, and treatment indications
- Identify safety issues, contraindications, complication and precautions of chemical peels,
- Demonstrate the chemical peel procedure (using AHA, Salicylic, and compounded Peels)
- Develop individualized care plans & treatment protocols
California Board of Nursing # 14438 approves College of Medical Aesthetics CEU educational activity
Course Drop, Cancellations and Withdrawals
The term cancellation is defined as wishing to cancel the Enrollment Agreement. The student has the right to cancel the Enrollment Agreement and obtain a refund of charges paid before the first lesson and materials are received. Cancellation is effective on the date written notice of cancellation is sent. If the institution sent the first lesson and materials before an effective cancellation notice was received, the institution shall make a refund within 30 days after the student's return of the materials.
The term withdrawal is defined the student’s desire cancel the Enrollment Agreement to leave the educational program prior to finishing the educational program. This could be for any reason that would prevent the student from continuing the course work at the college. Or, withdrawal from the college due to misconduct or other violations of the college’s policies as determined by the college.
- You have the right to cancel the enrollment agreement for a program if instruction including equipment or other goods and services included in the agreement, before the first lesson and materials are received or the seventh day after enrollment, whichever is later.
- Cancellation shall occur when you give written notice of cancellation to the School. You can do this by mail, fax, or hand delivery. Address this cancellation notice to College of Medical Aesthetics, 111 West Ocean Blvd. suite 400 Long Beach, CA 90802
- The written notice of cancellation, if sent by mail, is effective by the posted date.
- The written notice of cancellation need not take any particular form and, however expressed, it is effective if it shows that you no longer wish to be bound by the enrollment agreement.
- If you cancel the Agreement, College of Medical Aesthetics will keep the $250.00 registration fee. College of Medical Aesthetics will refund any money you paid less registration fee within (30) days after we receive your notice of cancellation.
- You may withdraw from the school at any time after the cancellation period (described above) and receive a pro rata refund if you have completed 60 percent* or less of the period of attendance. The amount of that refund is to be “pro-rated” according to the completed portion of the program (based on scheduled days) less the cost of any equipment returned in good condition Good condition does not include equipment that a seal is broken, or is marked or damaged in any way.
It is the responsibility of every licensed medical professional to know and follow their own State guidelines and regulations relating to their area of practice. CMA does not take responsibility nor provides legal advice to students regarding state laws. Each attendee should direct questions pertaining to their practice to their state Regulatory Board.