Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

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Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

Postby balletshoes » Thu Oct 21, 2010 5:44 am

A Client suffers from mild dermatitis on the hands, as a result of her new job as a florist. Her nails have become chipped and broken. What services can I provide her with the impove the condition of her nails and the skin of her hands? Which services would or would not be good and why?

Manicure?

Hand and Arm Massage?

Hot oil Massage?

Paraffin wax service?

French Manicure?

Acrylic Nails?

Thanks in advance girls!~
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Re: Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

Postby coladerrick » Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:00 am

All of the above, especially hot oil mani and paraffin, as this stimulates blood flow to the area and thus helping with such conditions, also acrylics would help to keep her nails extra strong!!!
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Re: Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

Postby angelspot » Thu Oct 21, 2010 5:47 pm

if this is for an assesment my answer would actually be... none of the above without a doctors certificate.. even "mild" dermatitis is still a skin condition and can still have a reaction to your products, we are nail technicians but not doctors so cannot perform a treatment to improve a medical skin condition.
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Re: Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

Postby angelspot » Thu Oct 21, 2010 5:49 pm

I thought I had seen this question before lol... you must be studying with the same lesson plan
http://www.nailtips.com.au/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4845&p=49374&hilit=mild+dermatitis#p49374
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Re: Mild Dermatitis and Services I can provide?

Postby Beth77 » Sun Apr 15, 2012 11:10 pm

I am up to the same question so confused on where to get info. Using common sense would say nothing, but then I find things that contradict it and say its good for it.
Anyones thoughts would be great.
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