What qualifications do I need to be insured for facial threading?
Choosing a recognized educational facility for advanced hands-on facial thread lifting training gives you the best opportunity for a great education and to enhance your treatment outcomes. You do need to provide your insurer with a copy of your theory and practical training certificate.
Facial threading insurance is only available to you if you have a medical background as a Registered Nurse or Doctor. Experienced Enrolled Nurses who wish to carry out the procedure under the guidance of a cosmetic doctor/dentist as per current protocol can do so also.
Am I covered for all types of facial threading?
A variety of different non-surgical facial thread types are available on the market today including PLA’s, PCA’s, PDO’s, which are then further divided into types; matrix mono threads, barbed threads and screw threads.
Having a broker help you source the right insurance for you is invaluable. They will ensure that your service and the type of threads you are using are covered under your policy, as not all insurance policies are the same and it can become quite confusing if you are looking at policies yourself online.
How much does facial threading insurance cost?
The cost of your insurance package will depend on several factors, taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and the size of your business. Premiums vary and change all the time but to give a rough idea, if you work on your own and are covered for all types of threading over a 12-month period, you will want to budget for an average cost of around $40 per week.