Is TRICHIASIS a contraindication to For Eyelash Extensions And Perming?

Ingrown eyelashes (trichiasis) is when the lashes turn inwards and rub against the front of the eye causing irritation. It may be due to conditions of the lid or the lining of the lid (conjunctiva) eg. blepharitis – inflammation of the edge of the lids.

It can also be caused by injuries to the lid such as burns or by previous surgery.

Trichiasis should not be confused with entropion, which is when the lid itself is turned inwards rather than just the lashes.

Different treatment is needed for this. It is possible to have both entropion and trichiasis at the same time and treatment for both these conditions may be needed.

Is TRICHIASIS CONTAGIOUS?

No
, contraindication "TRICHIASIS" is NOT contagious!

Signs and symptoms for TRICHIASIS

  • The eye may be red, sore and watery
  • Vision may be blurred
  • After a while ulcers can develop on the eye, which could possibly affect the vision

When we have a client who has TRICHIASIS

Eye Treatments
Total Contraindications: prohibit a treatment from taking place.

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