The IAPAM is the leading provider of chemical peel training for physicians. An important part of operating a successful aesthetic practice or medical spa is treating common skin conditions like: acne, melasma, rosacea, hyperpigmentation, and aging. Nothing does this better than chemical peels.
The IAPAM’s Aesthetic Medicine Symposium not only includes Botox training, but it also includes Chemical Peel training. Chemical peel’s are one of the top 5 minimally invasive procedures, with over 1 million being done each year. Surprisingly to many physicians, Chemical Peels are one of the most profitable aesthetic medicine procedures. A typical chemical peel costs about $25 to perform, but can generate $125 in treatment revenue.
At the IAPAM’s Chemical Peel Training, you will have the opportunity for live demonstration, and hands-on chemical peel training at the aesthetic conference. Advanced chemical peel training is also available for you and your staff.
Chemical peels are the acceleration of exfoliation using a chemical agent. Very light peeling agents induce a faster sloughing of the cells in the stratum corneum, whereas deeper peeling agents create necrosis and inflammation in the epidermis, papillary dermis or reticular dermis. A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin by removing its damaged outer layers. This is helpful for individuals who suffer from facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation. A chemical peel is most commonly performed to enhance appearance. Chemical peels may also remove pre-cancerous skin growths, soften acne scarring and control acne. In certain cases, health insurance may cover the peel procedure
- Smoothes out fine lines and surface wrinkles
- Aids in control of acne
- Corrects pigment problems
- Smoothes rough, dry skin
- Improves texture of sun-damaged skin
- Can be mixed with bleaching agent to correct pigmentation
- Corrects uneven pigmentation caused by sun exposure, birth-control pills, aging, etc.
- Aids in controlling acne and over productive sebaceous glands
As an added bonus, you will visit a fully operating medical spa, where you can see how to setup a practice to perform chemical peels, make this the most complete chemical peel training available.
The IAPAM focuses on training physicians and their medical staff in the best practices for aesthetic medicine treatments using chemical peels.