If you are a nurse or doctor who is looking to ad in a new skill to what you already know how to do, you should consider going in for Botox training. By receiving proper Botox training, you will be able to gather all of the skills that are required to offer the cosmetic treatment. During your training sessions, you will learn more about Botox including what it actually is, how it works, and how long it lasts as well as the technical aspects of the procedure such as what needles to use, how much to fill each one with, what the proper injecting method is, and where to stick each needle.
By reading, watching, and doing, your Botox training will leave you coming through the process being able to fully perform the procedure yourself. This will allow you to be able to offer Botox independently or to get a job at a medical office that offers cosmetic procedures or a medispa in your area. You could choose to have a fulltime career in administering Botox, do it part time in addition to your regular nursing, or even provide the services on a freelance basis and only perform the procedure every once and awhile. Either way, it never hurts to learn something skill or to distribute your eggs rather than keep them all in one basket and as long as people have vanity, there will be a need for professionals to administer Botox.