The team at Texas Laser and Aesthetics, led by Tristen Hamilton, is staying true to their goal of helping people become a better version of themselves while supporting the growth of the beauty industry as the school recently announced the addition of new offerings to their top-notch services and courses. Texas Laser and Aesthetics has launched The Aesthetics Academy, an esthetics licensing school dedicated to ensuring new professionals feel confident entering the industry.
A report by Grand View Research put the value of the global aesthetic medicine market at $86.2 billion in 2020, with a projection that it will hit $124.7 billion by 2028. The figures show the increasing demand for aesthetic procedures, which automatically translates into more opportunities for professionals in the industry. Previously the increasing demand was not particularly met with a corresponding level of supply, with access to well-trained and licensed estheticians being a luxury. However, Texas Laser and Aesthetics aims to change this narrative by bringing the best training resources to budding and existing professionals in the industry, a claim substantiated by their most recent project – The Aesthetics Academy.
Texas Laser and Aesthetics, otherwise known as TLATA, is a different type of medspa and training academy, built on the principle of creating a community of like-minded people passionate about the industry. The Austin-based leading national laser hair removal licensing school offers the latest techniques in the field through a wide range of services while the school provides advanced medical aesthetic training certifications in person, online or hybrid, to meet the needs of different categories of professionals who are looking to take their careers to another level. The courses offered include laser hair removal for different levels of professionals, skin resurfacing, laser tattoo removal, intense pulsed light, body contouring, microdermabrasion, hydrafacial, waxing, chemical peels, and a host of others.
For more information about Texas Laser and Aesthetics and the range of classes/services offered, visit – http://texaslaseracademy.com/. Texas Laser and Aesthetics also has a growing online community across social media, including Facebook and Instagram.