Monday, 11 September 2023 18:13

Scent & Sensitivities: Fragrance & Skin Care 

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Fragrance is becoming a hot topic again in the personal care industry, and skin care professionals should always ask if a client has an allergy or aversion to any fragrances. It is necessary to ask this question prior to performing a treatment because the answer can make all the difference as to whether a client returns to the spa in the future.


If a client’s skin becomes red, itchy, or develops a rash or blisters, they may have an allergy to the fragrance or parfum added to the product being used. Other symptoms of an allergy to fragrance can include swelling of the eye lids, watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose, headaches, and even difficulty breathing if the scent is strong.

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