When you purchase a TW Plasma device from Theresa Wild, you also receive training in how to use the device safely and effectively, to ensure you achieve the optimal results for your clients from day one.
The training courses Theresa provides are only available to certified and insured beauty therapists and technicians, who will need to show accredited qualifications in either Permanent Makeup (Level 2), Facials (Level 2), Anatomy and Physiology (Level 3), or Microblading (approved course) before being accepted for training.
Course lecturers are all experienced, fully qualified experts in using plasma treatments, and the course covers the theory behind how TW Plasma works as well as essential information including:
You’ll be able to carry out supervised treatments on live models to perfect your technique and learn how to get the best results from TW Plasma. Once you’ve achieved the required standard, you’ll receive a certificate to confirm you have the skills to carry out treatments on your own clients. You’ll also receive:
CE Certification is required for many products being bought and sold within the EEA (European Economic Area). The letters CE on a product confirm that the manufacturer has taken the necessary steps to ensure the items meet the EU (European Union) standards laid down for safety, health, and protecting the environment. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring the product meets the standards applicable to that item, and there are severe penalties in place for misusing the CE mark.
Some unscrupulous manufacturers do attempt to bypass the rigorous testing process by declaring CE conformity without the necessary data. These manufacturers may claim their device is made in Germany, as TW Plasma is, when in fact most of their products are made in China. Whenever you see a company claiming to have CE certification, make sure you check it out so you can be confident the product you’re buying meets the requirements for certification.
TW Plasma undergoes a three-stage quality testing procedure and has a genuine CE Declaration of Conformity registered in Germany. Conformity includes adherence to the following standards:
• Low voltage directive: 2014/35/EU
• EMC directive: 2014/30/EU
• RoHS directive 2011/65/EU
• Waste electrical and electronic equipment 2012/19/EU
• EN 60335-1:2012-10
• EN 60335-2-23:2015-06
• EN 61000-6-1: 2016-05
• EN 61000-6-3: 2011-09
For extra peace of mind, all purchasers of a TW Plasma device also benefit from a one-year limited warranty to cover any defects, but it’s highly unlikely you’ll need it!