What you need to know about beauty treatment compensation claims
To make a beauty treatment compensation claim on a No Win, No Fee basis contact our free legal helpline.
When a beautician carries out a cosmetic service, they must exercise a reasonable degree of care and skill. If they fail to do so you may be able to make a beauty treatment compensation claim against them.
Things you should consider before undergoing beauty treatment
You should always carry out research prior to booking a treatment. It is advisable to check that the salon is registered with The British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology. It is also a very good idea to attend a pre-treatment consultation with your beautician. During this consultation, the beautician should obtain essential information about your health, skin type and if necessary carry out a patch test. The beautician should then advise whether the treatment is suitable for you. During the consultation, you should ask to see evidence that the salon and beautician is fully insured.
If possible, you should pay using your credit card. If the treatment does go wrong, you may be entitled to claim against the credit card company in accordance with the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
Types of beauty treatment compensation claim we deal with
At Slee Blackwell Solicitors we deal with a full range of beauty treatment compensation claims, including:
- Botox claims
- Chemical peel claims
- Dermal filler claims
- Eyelash extensions claims
- Hair damage claims
- Laser hair removal claims
- Laser thread vein removal claims
- Microblading claims
- PDO thread claims
- Waxing claims
Reasons why beauty treatments go wrong
- Inadequate professional training
- Faulty or damaged equipment
- Unsanitary procedures and practices
- No patch test carried 24-48 hours prior to the procedure taking place.
- Ineffective follow-up care and treatment
- Exposing clients to risk of infection
What should you do if your beauty treatment does go wrong
It is always advisable to:
- Take clear photographs of the injuries you have suffered;
- Take photographs of the accident venue (if applicable);
- Seek medical attention (where necessary);
- Keep a copy of the receipt for the beauty treatment you received;
- Report your injuries to the beautician as soon as possible; and
- Seek a second opinion as to whether the treatment was performed incorrectly;
- Contact us for expert legal guidance.
Funding for beauty treatment compensation claims
Almost all the beauty treatment compensation claims we deal with are funded on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that if you are unsuccessful in your claim, you will not have to pay any legal fees.
To make a beauty treatment claim simply call us free on 0808 139 1592 or contact us via email at [email protected]. Our beauty treatment expert, Carly Sylvester, will provide a free assessment of your claim and tell you whether we can pursue it on a No Win, No Fee basis.