Table of Contents
- 1 What contra actions may occur after a facial treatment?
- 2 What contra actions could occur during a waxing treatment?
- 3 What are contra actions to massage?
- 4 What are contra indicators?
- 5 How do you respond to Contra actions?
- 6 Why is it important to encourage clients with a contra indication to seek medical advice?
- 7 What is contra-action and how is it treated?
- 8 How long does it take for a contra action to subside?
What contra actions may occur after a facial treatment?
Contraindications that could RESTRICT a facial treatment: The following conditions are contraindications that will not necessarily stop the treatment from taking place but they may mean that the treatment is restricted or may have to be adapted: Cuts/abrasions/broken skin,Bruises or swelling, Recent scar tissue (less …
What contra actions could occur during a waxing treatment?
Contra-actions may include:
- blood spots.
- broken hair.
- allergic reactions.
- excessive erythema.
- excessive and diminished hair growth.
What contra actions may a client experience after a pedicure?
Possible contra-actions: Allergic reaction e.g. redness, irritation or swelling (remove product, apply cold compress, seek medical advice if condition persists). Heat on the nail plate: Too much pressure during nail buffing in the wrong direction, stop buffing and apply cool compress.
What is a contra action or contra indication?
A contraindication is a pre-existing medical condition that could either put you or your client at risk, should a beauty treatment be carried out, on the other hand, a contra-action is when a reaction occurs either during or immediately after treatment.
What are contra actions to massage?
Contra-actions Following a Treatment
- Increased perspiration.
- Skin rashes.
- Increased mucus.
What are contra indicators?
A contra indication is defined as a medical condition that may restrict or prevent a treatment being carried out. You may have to restrict the treatment, for example, if your client has a nut allergy. No product should be used during the treatment that contains any nut based ingredients.
What are the contra actions of massage?
What are contraindications for massage?
Here are the conditions that fall into these category;
- Fever. Anytime you have a fever, whether from a cold, the flu or some other infection, you should not get a massage.
- Contagious Diseases.
- Blood Clots.
- Kidney Conditions or Liver Conditions.
- Uncontrolled Hypertension.
How do you respond to Contra actions?
If contra actions occur during treatment, the session should be ended immediately and the area wiped with cooled boiled water. If the reaction is severe, the client should be advised to seek medical attention.
Why is it important to encourage clients with a contra indication to seek medical advice?
Checking for contra indications prior to the treatment can easily prevent the possibility of a claim being made against you.
Why is it important to question the client to establish contra indications during consultation?
Checking for contra indications prior to the treatment can easily prevent the possibility of a claim being made against you. Not asking clients to fill in a client consultation form before any treatments could cause potential repercussions for you and your reputation.
How do you deal with Contra actions?
What is contra-action and how is it treated?
Contra-action is when a reaction occurs either during or immediately after treatment. This can range from reddening of skin to allergic reaction to media used. Obviously if a contra-action occurs during treatment, treatment should be stopped immediately.
How long does it take for a contra action to subside?
Contra actions to Massage treatment. Any contra-action symptoms you may experience are absolutely normal and will subside within 24 hours. These reactions may occur for a number of reasons and a client can develop a reaction to any product, even if they have been using it for years.
How do you deal with Contra-actions during a manicure?
There are a couple of ways to deal with contra-actions. Start with removing everything from the fingers. Then talk to the salon that performe the manicure and see what they suggest. A doctor visit may also be in order. Q: How do you respond to contra-actions during or after the treatment of manicure?
What is a contra-action after makeup application?
On occasion after makeup application your client may experience an adverse skin reaction. A contra-action is an undesirable reaction which can occur during or after a makeup procedure.