Is waxing contraindicated for chickenpox (varicella)?

When we have a client with the following condition:
chickenpox (varicella)

Waxing
Total Contraindications: prohibit a treatment from taking place.

Signs and symptoms for
chickenpox (varicella)

  • Chickenpox appears as a very itchy rash that spreads from the torso to the neck, face and limbs
  • Lasting seven to 10 days, the rash progresses from red bumps to fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) that drain and scab over
CHICKENPOX (VARICELLA) contraindications In beauty therapy

Description

Most children will catch chickenpox at some point. It can also occur in adults who didn’t have it when they were a child.

It’s usually mild and clears up in a week or so, but it can be dangerous for some people, such as pregnant women, newborn babies and people with a weakened immune system.

Chickenpox is caused by a virus that spreads very easily to people who haven’t had it before. If you have had it before, you’ll usually be immune for life.

The infection is spread in the fluid found in chickenpox blisters and the droplets in the coughs or sneezes of someone with the infection.

Most people with chickenpox will make a full recovery. But occasionally serious complications can occur.

Is
chickenpox (varicella)
contagious?
Yes
, "chickenpox (varicella)" is contagious!

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