Blisters are fluid filled bumps that look like bubbles. They develop when the outermost layer of skin detaches itself from the layer underneath forming a gap which is filled by the natural secretion sebum.
Swellings on the skin that are filled with fluid and look similar to bubbles.
Burns from exposure to:
Smaller blisters often heal on there own so trying to avoid contact with the damaged area is sensible.
If you are worried about the condition of blisters contracted through a chemical hair treatment, you should visit your GP.
If these blisters appear to be due to your hairdresser’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation towards any extra hair or medical treatments you required to remedy the problem and towards any embarrassment or discomfort that you endured.
To receive advice and help for your situation call Free phone 0800 980 9389 or 01642 252828. Alternatively, you can visit Macks Solicitors’ compensation claims website and complete the online claim form. We will be happy to provide you with expert legal advice, free and with no obligation, about making a compensation claim for the extra expenses and both physical and psychological difficulties you have suffered through hairdressing negligence.