Get certified in one of the most requested cosmetic treatments.

If you are a registered nurse, nurse practitioner, or licensed practical nurse, especially one who plans to work in the aesthetic medicine field, being well versed in Botox is not only prudent but essential. With our comprehensive Botulinum Toxin A class, we explore the fundamentals of a range of FDA-approved neurotoxins, including Botox.

The class includes a history of botulinum toxin A use, as well as a comprehensive review of facial anatomy and physiology, which is critical to providing safe and effective treatment. In our one-day course, you will learn crucial mapping and injection techniques, safety procedures, handling of potential complications, and dilution guidelines. You can book your best online botox courses via

The Facts About Botox

For those unfamiliar, the botulinum toxin from which Botox is derived is a neurotoxin found in many places in the natural environment, including lakes, streams, forests, and more. It affects the nervous system by disrupting the signaling process that allows neurons to communicate with each other. What this means is that when injected into humans in very, very small doses, it prevents nerve signals from reaching the muscles, essentially paralyzing them, which can eliminate facial wrinkles, fine lines, and crow's feet.

Botox is useful not only in aesthetic medicine as an alternative to surgery, but also to treat muscle spasms, urinary incontinence, migraines, and hyperhidrosis, a condition in which the body is unable to regulate its sweat glands and therefore produces an excessive amount of sweat. Botox injections can be used to block the neural control of the sweat glands and have a beneficial effect. In the Esthetic Skin Institute class on botulinum toxin, we covered the use of Botox for hyperhidrosis, as well as other advanced treatment uses.

Botox is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world, with more than six million administered each year, so there is no better time to take our course and gain experience in the best techniques and procedures to administer treatment.