The Sterex Blemish Removal Bible has Launched!

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The Blemish Removal Bible has been launched:

Everything you need to know about skin blemish treatment for Levels 4 & 5

A unique textbook for Level 4 & 5 Blemish Removal

Also the companion textbook for Sterex ‘Industry’ courses:

  • Advanced Electrolysis
  • Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP)

In addition this is the perfect reference book for existing practitioners.

 

BOOK FEATURES:

  • 254 pages full of colour before & after photos
  • Treatment hints, tips and adaptations
  • Case Studies
  • All course theory included
  • Advice on where to find additional information
  • Multiple choice questions at the end of each chapter
  • Research ideas for widening knowledge

 

“I am delighted to write the foreword for this much needed textbook, as there is nothing currently available designed to educate non-dermatologist practitioners in the treatment of benign blemishes and lesions….” Dr David B Eccleston, MB ChB MBCAM | Clinical Director, Medizen.

 

As Dr David Eccleston says in his foreword, this is ‘a much-needed text, as there is nothing currently available designed to educate non-dermatologist practitioners in the treatment of benign blemishes and lesions.’

 

This book was written to provide supporting companion text specifically for the Level 4 and Level 5 qualifications in blemish and advanced blemish removal, as well as to act as a reference guide to the many practitioners already working in this exciting area. Delegates for these courses will be drawn from many fields but mainly medical aesthetics, remedial electrolysis and advanced skin care.

 

As well as the many hints, tips and treatment adaptation advice, the well illustrated case studies will help and guide the delegate and experienced practitioner alike. This textbook will be a constant source of referral and guidance throughout training and ongoing clinical treatment.

 

Each chapter in Parts Two and Three provides a description and overview of the blemish and how it may present. Causes and contra-indications to treatment are detailed and tables listing the treatment techniques are easy to follow. Adaptations to the main treatment techniques are also listed, giving the practitioner insight into what to do when a ‘non-textbook’ situation presents. Comprehensive instructions regarding the immediate post-treatment aftercare procedures in the clinic are given, as are the homecare instructions to be given to the client.

 

This is a well-researched book covering not just the theory and practical requirements of blemish removal at Levels 4 and 5 but includes a wealth of guidance based on the contributors’ many years of clinical experience.

 

Our next news article will cover what Level’s 4 and 5 are in our courses.