Contraindications to treatments
We would love for you to enjoy eyelash extensions as much as we do.
But there are certain situations in which the treatment shouldn’t be performed and therefore we won’t be able to do the treatment. These are called “contraindications“.
Contraindications are conditions or symptoms that restrict the treatment to go ahead. So if you have one or more of the below conditions, we will need to re-assess whether we are able to do the eyelash extensions treatment:
- Contagious or eye infection disorder Eg. Conjunctivitis
- Hypersensitive skin
- Stye (an abscess filled with puss caused by staphylococcus bacteria)
- Swelling of the eyes
- Cuts or open wounds in the area
- Semi-Permanent make up Eg. eyeliner (healed after 4 weeks)
There are some situations that might need written medical clearance like chemotherapy within the last 6 months or laser eye surgery.