Carboxy Therapy - UKBTA

Carboxy Therapy



Course Content

Health & Safety

Anatomy & Physiology

Preparing Work Area & Client

What is Carboxy therapy?

Benefits of Carboxy Therapy?

Product Knowledge



Treatment Procedure





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Course Overview

What Qualification will I gain?

The Carboxy Therapy course allows you to gain an accredited and insurable qualification in administering Carboxy therapy. The course includes the essential Health and Safety, and Anatomy and Physiology training which you will require to perform this procedure.

What qualification / experience is needed?

Medical qualifications (doctor, nurse, dentist etc). OR,

6 months experience in advanced beauty techniques that penetrate the skin (including Skin Needling, Mesotherapy, Microblading and Micropigmentation, and Anatomy and Physiology) OR,

Level 3 Beauty Therapy: General Route.

We strongly recommend that you check with an insurance provider to confirm that upon certification you will be insurable as a practitioner.

We are partnered with INSYNC Insurance.

How much will the course cost?

The course cost is £399 which is inclusive of all learning materials, and certification.

Course Structure

At home study

You will gain access to the pre-course materials on our online training platform. It is essential to complete the learning material prior to coming into the academy for your practical training. This pre-reading is essential to equip you with the knowledge that you will need to perform the procedure safely and correctly on the training day.

Course Length

The length of the course is subject to your own study pace; however, we do advise a minimum of 8 hours independent study. You will then go on to half a day in the Academy for practical. You will receive your certification upon completion of the training. Treatments will be carried out on a model, if you wish to have the treatment carried out on yourself, you must let us know upon booking. You may provide your own, you must let us know upon booking. Multiple areas can be carried out on one model.