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Skin Damage From Derma Roller

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Nicola Perry has been a solicitor for 13 years. She has a great deal of experience in beauty treatment injuries. Nicola recently had an article on hairdressing injuries published in the specialist personal injury law journal 'PIBU'.

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Compensation For Infection Or Reaction To Derma Roller

During a Derma Roller treatment the skin on the face is penetrated by microneedles attached to a roller, in a process aimed at stimulating collagen production and improving a person’s complexion. This popular procedure is generally safe as long as beauty salons observes basic hygiene and safety standards, in particular by ensuring that microneedles and rollers are properly sterilised prior to use, and that skin patch tests are carried out on new clients.

Claim For Infection From Unsterilised Derma Rollers

Derma rollers which are not properly disinfected and sterilised may transmit bacteria and diseases from one client to another, causing infections, skin problems and illnesses. While most beauty salons will have proper processes for sterilising equipment, unscrupulous or simply negligent practitioners may use an unsterilised roller on a client, leaving the latter at risk of infection, disease and long-term skin damage.

Claim For Allergic Reaction To Derma Roller Treatment

Allergic reactions to either the anaesthetic used on the skin, or the roller’s microneedles are another possibility, and a skin patch test should be conducted at least 24 hours before a procedure, to check for the possibility of an adverse reaction. Poor technique may cause skin damage, marks and scarring, and beauty therapists are expected to show an acceptable level of competence when performing a Derma Roller treatment. Blunt microneedles and poor quality rollers may also cause unacceptable injuries.

Solicitors Suing For Derma Roller Treatment Injuries

If you have been injured or made ill due to inadequate hygiene, poor technique, or an allergic reaction to derma rollers at a beauty salon, contact our female solicitors today for expert and free legal advice. We have successfully claimed compensation for a number of clients who have suffered injury and loss as a result of a botched Derma Roller treatment.

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Nicola Perry, and our team of beauty treatment injury lawyers can help you claim compensation for Derma Roller procedures that have gone wrong. Contact Nicola today on 0800 988 3642 for free confidential legal advice on damage caused by derma rollers. You do not have to be a client to ask us questions such as; my Derma Roller was carried out incorrectly what should I do? What do I need to do to make a compensation claim against a beauty salon for a botched Derma Roller treatment?

You can also ask a solicitor about how to make a claim for an allergic reaction to a Derma Roller treatment. We guarantee you the maximum compensation with the minimum of fuss.

We offer No Win No Fee solicitors for Derma Roller negligence claims. Nicola introduces our legal services in the video above.