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Ms.Judy becomes Microneedling Master Technician of Phi Academy

Ms Judy, also known as Phibrows Master of New Zealand, has recently been awarded Master Technician title for her advanced microneedling techniques. Microneedling is one of the latest trends in the skin rejuvenating market. It is a non-invasive treatment method using micro needles to puncture the skin at a controlled-level causing micro-injures to the skin. These traumas in the dermis are generated to attract healing agents such as collagen, and encourage the body to produce more skin tissues. After the self-healing process, the skin is expected to have more elasticity, even skin tone, tightened texture and youthful look. This therapy is often used on face area and can treat scar, wrinkle, spot, large spore or boost hair follicle. Microneedling is the best when paired with it's specialised gel or serum as they penetrate better through the skin puntures.

As a microneedling technician, Judy understands the benefits of this skin therapy in treating to all sorts of skin problems. We will definitely see a thriving of microneedling in our skin care market sooner or later.

Judy's becoming a Master technician of Phi Microneedling has been of great advantage for New Zealand market.

It means more high-quality services and products and not to mention training courses for those who wish to become a microneedling technician. These will be conducted soon at VNZ International Nail & Beauty School in Manners street. The live training has 1 day workshop and 3 months of online support, pricing from $2,322 to $3,960. For those who can't come to the workshop, they have an alternative option of learning online only, costing from $1,962. We will update more details later. Let's wait!



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