Eye Brow Waxing Claims
Eyebrow Waxing is a regular procedure offered in almost all beauty salons.
Unfortunately Eyebrow Waxing Claims are surprisingly common, and often result in some quite nasty injuries.
After all, the procedure is carried out next to sensitive areas of skin in and around the eyes, so if it goes wrong, the consequences can be quite serious.
Your Beautician should carry out the eyebrow waxing procedure out quickly and efficiently to get rid of unwanted hair and without any mishap but regrettably this isn’t always the case.
If you have been injured as a result of Eye Brow Waxing, you may be able to claim compensation.
As specialists in bringing Eyebrow Waxing Claims we are very well placed to help you if things have wrong as they can do with all Beauty Treatment Claims.
What Can Go Wrong with Eye Brow Waxing?
Overall, eyebrow waxing procedure is a safe and effective cosmetic treatment, but it’s important to go to a reputable salon with qualified beauticians to avoid any potential problems.
Eye brow waxing is a popular beauty treatment that can help frame the face and make eyebrows look neater. However, there are a few things that can go wrong with the procedure.
Inadequate Training can lead to Mistakes being Made:
One of the main dangers of eye brow waxing is that it can be quite dangerous if not done properly.
If the beautician is not trained properly this can clearly lead to mistakes being made which can cause serious injury to the customer.
Beauticians are obliged to use various chemicals and instruments as well as hot wax as part of the procedure.
They also need to undertake other duties which by necessity mean they have close contact with customers.
Of course managers of beauty salons must ensure that each beautician has appropriate training to be able to undertake the procedure professionally.
If you are considering having your eyebrows waxed, it is important to do your research first.
Make sure that the salon you choose has a good reputation and that the beauticians have been properly trained. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about the procedure.
It is also important to be aware of the risks involved and to take steps to minimise these risks.
Using Unclean and Non-sterilised Equipment.
When it comes to beauty treatments, eyebrow waxing is one of the most popular.
However, what many people may not be aware of is that if the equipment isn’t properly sterilised prior to use, it can lead to a variety of nasty infections.
The Beauty Salons equipment must be properly sterilesd before being used.
It’s easy to understand how using unclean equipment can lead to a variety of infections which may include hepatitis, tuberculosis, and even HIV.
It’s important to do your research first and make sure that the salon you choose uses only sterilised and hygienic equipment. If not, you may end up regretting it later on.
Temperature of the Wax leading to Eyebrow Wax Burn.
Eye Brow Waxing can be a great way to achieve well-groomed and defined eyebrows, but it’s important to be aware of the risks associated with it, especially when it comes to the temperature of the wax.
The beautician needs to ensure that the hot wax is at an optimum temperature so that it’s effective but not too hot to cause waxing burns.
The skin in and around the eyebrows is delicate, tender and easily damaged by hot wax . If you have suffered wax burns and damaged skin caused by wax which was too hot then you might well be able to bring a successful claim.
Getting eyebrow wax on this delicate area can be incredibly painful and lead to eyebrow burn and long-term damage.
It may also leave blisters, scarring and significant pain and lead to being able to make an eyebrow wax burn compensation claim.
Allergic Reactions to Eyebrow Wax.
Inevitably Eye Brow Wax contains a multitude of ingredients and chemicals.
Allergic reactions are definitely something to guard against.
First of all it is important for the Beautician to ask the client about any allergies they know of before applying any waxing treatment. If the client does suffer from any allergies, it is the Beautician’s responsibility to choose an alternative product which will not cause a (serious) allergic reaction.
The Beautician also needs to establish any medication being taken could could cause a problem when applying the wax.
More Serious Allergic Reactions to Eye Brow Waxing are not as uncommon as you might think. In fact, they can happen to anyone who undergoes the treatment, regardless of their skin type. That’s why it’s vitally important for beauty professionals to carry out a patch test before any Eye Brow Waxing treatment, in order to avoid any nasty allergic reactions.
Indeed Eyebrow Waxing should go hand in hand with undertaking a patch test before undergoing the full treatment especially if you have sensitive skin.
If the beautician fails to carry out a skin patch test 48 hours or more before the Eye Brow Wax treatment then there is a real possibility of suffering an allergic reaction to the procedure. It’s the same with Eyebrow Tinting Compensation Claims.
We know from our experience of bringing personal injury claims that an adverse reaction can involve skin irritation, redness, swelling or even anaphylaxis. So if you’re thinking about getting your Eye Brows waxed, it’s always best to do a test first.
If you experience any of these symptoms after having your Eye Brows Waxed, it is important to seek medical treatment right away. Treatment for an Eye Brow Wax allergy typically includes antihistamines and corticosteroids to help relieve the symptoms.
Waxing Strips Removed Incorrectly.
The Beautician will need to remove the wax in a safe and proper way.
Indeed, it has been reported in a dermatological study that 47 percent of all eyebrow waxing injuries occur when the beautician pulls the wax strip against the grain in the wrong direction, or removes it too soon.
If too much hair is removed during the waxing process this can lead to bald patches and an uneven appearance leaving the customer feeling distressed and self conscious about their appearance.
These findings underscore the importance of choosing a qualified and experienced beautician for eyebrow waxing.
If you’re considering this beauty treatment, be sure to ask your stylist about his or her experience and training in waxing when booking your eyebrow waxing appointment.
If you’ve already had an eyebrow waxing injury, be sure to keep the area clean and dry, apply a cold compress, and consult with a dermatologist if necessary.
What Eyebrow Waxing Injuries Can Occur?
Eyebrow wax burn compensation is one of the most common areas we deal with arising out of beauty treatment.
It’s easy to see that when applying Eye Brow Wax in the wrong manner there are a number of different types of injuries which might occur if the eyebrow waxing treatment is not carried out correctly – including:
- Hot Wax Burns to the skin in and around the eye giving rise to eyebrow wax burn compensation;
- Cuts, Damage and inflammation;
- Residual Scarring;
- Allergic reaction (s);
Also be careful not to over eyebrow wax! (Too much hair removal can lead to irritation, redness and even infection.)
All of these injuries can potentially lead to Eyebrow Waxing Claims and the right to claim Injury Compensation.
If you have suffered an injury as a result of Eye Brow Waxing, it is important to get in touch with a no win no fee claim personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
We can provide you with a range of information about bringing Eyebrow Waxing Claims so please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today to discuss your personal injury claim. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you to understand your legal options.
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What Steps do I Take Now?
Eye Brow Waxing Injuries can terribly painful and distressing.
If you’ve suffered an eyebrow wax injury at your beauty salon and are interested in claiming compensation it’s important you take the right steps to ensure you protect your position.
There’s no substitute for contacting a specialist to discuss your claim for compensation but here are some tips on what to do:
- First and foremost make sure you seek medical attention from your doctor or local hospital emergency department to have your physical pain and injuries treated.
- Remember to take various photographs so you have the right evidence to prove your personal injury claim for compensation.
- It’s important that you report the matter to the beauty salon and you make a note of all the relevant details including the name of the employee who carried out the waxing and their contact details.
- Make sure you keep your receipt – sometimes salons will deny even having treated our clients!
- If you have cause to speak with the salon manager over the telephone about the eyebrow wax injury then if there is any dispute about reporting the matter to the beauty salon you might want to print off your telephone statement and keep this safe!
- If the beauty salon is not sympathetic and even hostile you may want to report matters to your local trading standards office.
How Much Compensation for My Skin Damage?
If you’ve been injured as a result of an eye brow waxing, it’s important to know how much your personal injury compensation claim is worth. This will help you understand what you can expect from the legal process, and ensure that you’re getting the best possible outcome and compensation.
It’s pretty difficult to be able say with any certainty as each personal injury compensation claim has to be assessed on a claim by claim basis. However, there are some general factors that can influence the value of a compensation claim.
There can be a world of difference between minor compensation claims with no lasting damage and one that involves serious permanent injuries warranting a significant compensation settlement.
Another important factor is the amount of time that the injured person require to make a recovery if a full recovery is going to be made. The longer the recovery period, the higher the value of your case to claim compensation.
Needless to say if you would like to get in touch we will be able to run through with you the likely value of your compensation claim.
If you choose to ask us to handle your compensation claim we will of course make sure that you claim back all the relevant heads of damage.
We always have at the forefront of our mind the objective of securing the best compensation for you as specialist injury compensation claims solicitors.
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