Joanne Du Plessis Advises People To Get Expert Help For Beauty Injury Claims
, 13 December 2017 -- There is always an element of risk when you go for a beauty treatment. There are professional salons where you are asked to sign a consent form based on the treatment you want.
UNITED KINGDOM, 2017 – Many people visit a beauty salon to help maintain their appearance, enhance their beauty and boost their confidence. You put your trust in them to deliver the expected results and come out feeling and looking like a million dollars, as the saying goes. But do keep in mind that most beauty treatments are not regulated even if they are invasive. If the beauty salon does not have safety guidelines, displays lack of attention or their salon specialists did not receive proper training; there is always a chance of accidents occurring that could lead to painful and/or disfiguring injuries.
Some of the more common beauty treatments offered in many salons in the UK are acupuncture, bikini line wax, eyelash extensions, chemical peels, laser hair removal, hair bleaching, sun bed tanning, facials, tattoos and more. If the beauty therapist committed an error and caused you injury, you should get professional and expert help.
What do you do when that happens? Joanne Du Plessis advises that the victim should seek legal help as soon as possible. You visited the salon to look good after the treatment and not otherwise. You should expect the salon to inform you of any side effects that may occur due to the treatment you requested, according to expert solicitor Joanne Du Plessis, who has several years of experience handling claims for beauty injuries.
She adds that the salon should provide you with information about the tools and products they will be using before they ask for your consent to go ahead with the treatment. When using chemical formulations, the beautician must perform a patch test first to see if you are sensitive to the ingredients that the treatment product contains. Sadly, this critical process is often omitted.
Never ignore or forgive any injury caused by beauty treatments that were haphazardly done. You can always rely on beauty claims solicitors such as Joanne Du Plessis to try to get you the maximum compensation for a beauty treatment that went bad through no fault of your own.
About the company: Find out more about filing beauty injury claims. Joanne du Plessis is a solicitor who specialises in health and beauty injury claims, so victims can file compensation claims efficiently and effectively. To find out more on filing claims for beauty injuries, visit the website.
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