What is Cosmetic Hair Removal?
Cosmetic Hair Removal refers to purposeful removal of unwanted body hair. Whilst hair grows naturally across the human body, in some areas, thick and dark hair, in particular, are seen as undesirable and an individual may want to remove this from their body.
Unwanted hair can be removed from any area of the body, but the common areas include the face, legs, arms, underarms, and bikini line.
What are the Most Common kinds of Hair Removal?
There are a vast number of methods and procedures used for hair removal by people across the world. Some of the most popular hair removal procedures are temporary methods like shaving, yet there is increasing popularity for permanent hair removal solutions, including methods such as laser hair removal, Intense Pulse Light (IPL), and electrolysis.
Can I Make a Claim?
It may be that the results were not what you were expecting nor discussed or agreed in the consultation, or you were not properly advised about the risks of an undesirable outcome.
Cosmetic procedures are supposed to make you feel better, happier and leave you feeling more confident. If you decide to part with your hard-earned money to have any cosmetic treatment undertaken, you must place all of your trust in the clinician or surgeon chosen and assume that they will exercise their duty of care to you and perform the procedure to a high standard. Unfortunately, this does not always take place.
If the clinician or surgeon has been negligent, you could be left with painful, long term or even permanent injuries or disfigurements. In some situations, there could have been additional complications resulting in significant adverse effects on your confidence and appearance.
If you’ve had cosmetic surgery and you believe that the procedure went wrong, we understand that you may be left suffering physical and emotional pain.
Why use Oakwood Solicitors to Make Your Cosmetic Surgery Claim?
We have a dedicated team of solicitors and paralegals who have many years’ experience between them in running cases of this nature. They are highly trained to deal with all aspects of Cosmetic Surgery claims.
We want to ensure that clients are not overwhelmed by legal jargon, medical terms that they don’t understand and to allow the claims procedure to be as transparent as possible.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
For more specific information about negligence regarding treatments for excessive sweating – check out our full list of services below, or get in touch today for a free initial consultation. Contact us here, or call us on 0113 200 9787 to find out how we can help you.