Level II Educator




Purchase Includes:

  • Purchase Includes:

    • 1 Year Licensed Membership (must be renewed annually)
    • Appointed Agent
    • HIPAA & OSHA Course & Certification
    • Business Startup Course
    • Curriculum Guideline
    • Student Reporting
    • Accreditation Certification
    • NMSA Accreditation Seal Stamper (with your company name)
    • Verified Testing Site
    • Time Clock for reporting Clock Hours
    • Licensed Member Directory Listing
    • 60 Day Workers Permit
    • NMSA Occupational License
    • Accreditation Certification
    • Access to Affiliate Program
    • 35% off Mandatory Courses
    • On-going Support


Level II Educator are eligible to provide training to individuals seeking training as a: 

Non-invasive aesthetic service provider. Service providers may be performed in a spas, medspas, cosmetic salons or similar facility in which medicine is not practiced by estheticians or cosmetologists, body workers, or massage therapist. 

The provision of non-invasive aesthetic services and aesthetic medical procedures involve various levels of risk, as defined in this policy. Non-Invasive Aesthetic services shall be classified as        Level I  including those services listed below. Level I beautification must be performed by a licensed cosmetologist or esthetician.

SERVICES COVERED BY NMSA (we no longer cover Hyaluronic Pen Services or Trainings per the FDA Standards)

Non-Invasive Aesthetic medical procedures shall be classified as Level II  procedures, as determined by the Board from time to time, including those medical procedures listed in here:

(a) Laser-based devices, such as:

  1. Non-ablative, non-vaporizing lasers for hair removal (wavelengths not to exceed 1200nm)
  2. Non-ablative, non-vaporizing lasers for the treatment of skin (wavelengths not to exceed 1200nm)


(b) Light-based devices, such as:

  1. Light-emitting diodes
  2. Intense pulsed light therapy for hair removal
  3. Intense pulsed light therapy for the treatment of skin
  4. Intense pulsed light Oral Lamps


(c) Energy-based devices, such as:

  1. Monopolar radio frequency devices for skin tightening and photo-rejuvenation
  2. Bipolar radio frequency devices for skin tightening and photo rejuvenation
  3. Combination radio frequency devices for skin tightening and photo rejuvenation
  4. High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Hifu
  5. High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Stimulators
  6. Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation EMS
  7. Cryolipotherapy  & HIEMT
  8. Cold Lasers Zerona


  1. Ultra-sonic procedures
  2. Intense pulsed light therapy; and
  3. Infrared based procedures


(d) Mechanical tissue alteration

  1.  Microdermabrasion
  2.  hyrdo-facial exfoliation
  3.  Electrotherapy


(e) Patient Care

1. Post Op Care

2. Deep tissue stimulation with G5


(F) Additional manipulations

1. Spray Tanning

2. Lash Extensions

3. Fibroblast

4. Permanent Makeup

5. Scar Camouflage

6. Micro-needling

7. Ice Sculpting


Level II Practitioners will also be covered in the following Level I services:

(a) Electricity, such as:

  1. Galvanic current
  2. Thermolysis
  3. Blend
  4. Iontophoresis
  5. Cryoelectrophoresis
  6. Cathiodermie
  7. Low energy radiofrequency

(b) Ultrasonics used for therapeutic purposes

(c) Heat therapy, such as saunas, for which the heat is below 40 degrees Celsius

(d) Mechanical manipulation, such as:

  1. Superficial (above the stratum corneum and no deeper than 35% of the depth of the dermis) microdermabrasion
  2. Superficial dermaplane exfoliation
  3. Superficial, non-invasive cellulite treatment; and
  4. Massages, such as: (i) Hand to elbow; (ii) Foot to knee (iii) Face; and (iv) Full body wraps


(e) Chemicals, such as:

  1. Superficial (above the stratum corneum and no deeper than 35% of the depth of the dermis) exfoliation
  2. Superficial chemical peels using less than or equal to a 20% concentration with a pH value of greater than or equal to 3.0.; and

(f) Light, such as:

  1. Light-emitting diodes
  2. Infrared
  3. Low level light therapy, to exclude photo dynamic therapy

(g) Application of cosmetic preparations, such as:

  1. Cleaning, manipulating, and stimulating skin by use of hydro-facials, face masks, body wraps; and
  2. Cleaning, manipulating, and stimulating of the skin through the use of paraffin wraps

(h) Beautification Depilation, such as: (LEVEL I BUT NOT COVERED BY NMSA)

  1. Tweezing
  2. Waxing
  3. Threading
  4. Sugaring
  5. Make-up application and artistry
  6. Manicures and pedicures
  7. Nail care
  8. Artificial nails and polish
  9. Hair dressing
  10. Scalp care




National Medspa Association