When you are considering whether or not to get Botox, you can feel under quite a lot of pressure to get things right. After all, it is a pretty important decision, both medically and emotionally. You are going to be allowing someone to put inside your body the most poisonous toxin that we have ever discovered on this planet – and you are going to change the way that you look. When you combine these two elements, you can quickly understand why some people take months, or even years to convince themselves one way or another just how they want to proceed. However, one thing that could help someone to decide what it is that they want to do is discover just how their potential Botox administrator is trained.

Of course, you want to ensure that your Botox administrator is well trained, and able to offer the absolute best service that is possible but how can you do that? Well, we have put together these four ways that you can check that you Botox administrator should be trained, so that if you decide to get Botox, then you can be confident that you are in safe hands:

  1. Look out for certificates

Most people will have these put up around their desk, so when you next go for an appointment, have a quick look and see what you can see. If there are absolutely no certificates, that does not necessarily mean that they have not been on a Botox continued education course but it could mean that they are not particularly proud of the place that they trained – and there will be a reason for that. Ask them about their training, and then when you get home look up the place or places where they received their education. It may tell you a lot more about them than you think.

  1. See what their course was like

The same Botox training center can offer a multitude of different Botox continued education courses, so it is important that you specifically find out what training course that they went on. You do not want to talk to a Botox administrator about receiving Botox for a migraine if they have only been trained in cosmetic forehead changes! Find out as much as you can about the Botox continued education course itself and if possible, talk to one of the instructors. They should be able to tell you how well they did in their training . . .

  1. Ask them about previous patients

No one is better placed to tell you whether the Botox administrator is good at what they do than previous patients. They are going to be the ones that have the real life experience, and are usually not shy about sharing their thoughts. Ask to see videos of patients before and after their treatment, or perhaps even ask to be put in touch with someone who has received the same treatment that you are considering. You may be pleasantly surprised, and you may be horrified – but at least you’ll know.

  1. Ask about money back guarantee

If a Botox administrator is confident in their abilities, they will have absolutely no problem in offering you a money back guarantee – because they will feel as though it is simply not necessary, and will never come up. If, on the other hand, they get a bit cagey and are unwilling to discuss what might happen if it all goes wrong, then you may want to think about talking to a different Botox administrator – one who is unlikely to make a mistake.

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