If you suffer an allergic reaction to wax due to negligence or faulty products you may be eligible for compensation. Call Accident Advice Helpline now.
How do I claim if I have an allergic reaction to wax?
Allergic reactions to wax fall under the umbrella of product liability. The spectrum of product liability is a broad one and covers any number of things, from beauty to cleaning products, electrical to household goods.
Wax typically falls into the beauty product category. In the beauty and grooming sectors, wax is usually used to remove body hair. Some waxes are also used to style hair. Therefore, it’s no surprise to learn that an allergic reaction to wax can be both immensely painful and extremely embarrassing. Some allergic reactions can be seriously detrimental to your health and require a hospital visit depending on the severity.
Allergic reactions are one of many reasons beauty products, including wax, have to carry warning labels. All products need to state their ingredients list. This way, it’s easy for consumers to see if the product contains anything that they know they are allergic to.
If you choose to go for wax treatment at a spa or beauty clinic, it’s essential you inform staff of any allergies you have. If you still suffer an allergic reaction to wax after disclosing this information, then you may well be due allergic reaction compensation. This is because staff at such places have a duty of care and responsibility towards the safety of their customers. If you inform them of an allergy, and they then use a product that causes an allergic reaction, then this is clearly negligent.
Making an allergic reaction claim
Suffering an allergic reaction because of staff negligence means you are due compensation. A quick look at the Accident Advice Helpline 30-second claim test will tell you if you’re eligible to make a claim. You can also call our hotline for a no-obligation chat with one of our expert advisors. With over 16 years’ experience in processing personal injury claims, there’s nobody who knows more. Dial 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from mobiles today to get started.
Date Published: March 10, 2017
Author: Accident Advice