Is PREGNANCY a contraindication to For Body Wraps And Electrical Treatments, For Eyelash Extensions And Perming, For Facial, For Manicure And Pedicure, For Massage, For Waxing?

There are many changes that happen to a woman’s body during pregnancy. She produces more blood, has an increased tendency for oedema, her sense of smell is heightened, spider veins can develop and, as the baby grows and her weight increases, she is easily fatigued and begins to experience a wide range of aches and pains.

Is PREGNANCY CONTAGIOUS?

No
, contraindication "PREGNANCY" is NOT contagious!

Signs and symptoms for PREGNANCY

  • Tender, swollen breast
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Mood swings

When we have a client who has PREGNANCY

Facials
It is not advisable to give a treatment during the first three month of (first trimester) and in the late stages of pregnancy or if the client is experiencing any problems with her pregnancy. In the first trimester there is more risk that the foetus will miscarry. Caution may be required, due to the increased sensitivity of the skin.
Waxing
Client skin may be more sensitive to waxing, best to have a patch test 24 hours before getting waxed.
Body Treatments
It is not advisable to give a treatment during the first three month of (first trimester) and in the late stages of pregnancy or if the client is experiencing any problems with her pregnancy. In the first trimester there is more risk that the foetus will miscarry.
Eye Treatments
It is not advisable to give a treatment during the first three month of (first trimester) and in the late stages of pregnancy or if the client is experiencing any problems with her pregnancy. In the first trimester there is more risk that the foetus will miscarry.
Massages
It is not advisable to give a treatment during the first three month of (first trimester) and in the late stages of pregnancy or if the client is experiencing any problems with her pregnancy. In the first trimester there is more risk that the foetus will miscarry. ! Some essential oils could cause an abortion.
Nail Treatments
Chemicals like toluene and formaldehyde must be avoided as they can cause harm on coming in direct contact with client skin. If you want to be on the safe side, use chemical-free products and make sure you paint clients nails in a very well ventilated room. Nail polish remover - It is OK if client use it occasionally. Gel nails and Shellac nail polish: While no specific pregnancy-related risks have been observed due to its application, there has been a report on increased risk of skin cancer due to the UV exposure. In addition, the removal needs acetone for 20 minutes. (Even acetone can make some pregnant women feel sick).

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