Is eyelash extensions and perming contraindicated for flashes and floaters (floaters and flashes in the eyes)?

When we have a client with the following condition:
flashes and floaters (floaters and flashes in the eyes)

Eye Treatments
Treatment is not contraindicated.

Signs and symptoms for
flashes and floaters (floaters and flashes in the eyes)

  • Floaters – such as small dark dots, squiggly lines, rings or cobwebs
  • Flashes of light
FLASHES AND FLOATERS (Floaters and flashes in the eyes) contraindications In beauty therapy

Description

As we age, our vitreous starts to thicken or shrink. Sometimes clumps or strands form in the vitreous. If the vitreous pulls away from the back of the eye, it is called posterior vitreous detachment.

Floaters usually happen with posterior vitreous detachment.

They are not serious, and they tend to fade or go away over time. Severe floaters can be removed by surgery, but this is seldom necessary.

Flashes can look like flashing lights or lightning streaks in your field of vision. Some people compare them to seeing “stars” after being hit on the head. You might see flashes on and off for weeks, or even months.

Flashes happen when the vitreous rubs or pulls on your retina.
As people age, it is common to see flashes occasionally.

Is
flashes and floaters (floaters and flashes in the eyes)
contagious?
No
, "flashes and floaters (floaters and flashes in the eyes)" is NOT contagious!

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