Is SPLINTER HEMORRHAGE a contraindication to For Manicure And Pedicure?

Splinter hemorrhages are tiny blood spots that appear underneath the nail. They look like splinters and occur when tiny blood vessels (capillaries) along the nail bed are damaged and burst.

The nail bed is the skin underneath the nail.

Is SPLINTER HEMORRHAGE CONTAGIOUS?

No
, contraindication "SPLINTER HEMORRHAGE" is NOT contagious!

Signs and symptoms for SPLINTER HEMORRHAGE

  • Small amounts of blood from the damaged blood vessel become visible through the nail
  • The bleeding creates a splinter-like line in the direction of nail growth
  • Splinter hemorrhage can occur on client toenails or fingernails

When we have a client who has SPLINTER HEMORRHAGE

Nail Treatments
Before you begin working on the injured nail ask your client what happened to it. Chances are she’ll tell you she injured it, but if she hasn’t, advise her to have her physician check it out promptly. Filing, buffing, or handling a nail with a hemorrhage should be performed gently so the underlying nail bed is not traumatised.

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