how common are nail infections from nail salon


Although the risk of getting a nail infection from a nail salon stands at only 1% according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it is essential to reduce the vulnerability further. With a few minor precautions, you can guard yourself against potential infections when visiting a nail salon. There are simple actions that you can take to keep yourself safe, like:

It is essential to select a nail salon with impeccable hygienic standards. All products and equipment must be sterilized between services to protect the health of clients, and many salons will have a designated mani-pedi area.

Vigilance in steering clear of beauty parlors that employ harsh compounds is of utmost importance. In addition to product removal, certain salons will take to strong chemical actives, which can be damaging to the skin not only triggering discomfort, but amplifying one’s vulnerability to infection.

For your wellbeing, ensure the nail technician utilizes an unused file or buffer while working on your nails. Old files and buffers could possess microbes and fungi, so if they are not going to use a fresh one, make sure it is disinfected with alcohol prior to beginning the procedure.

To ensure the utmost safety, always search for a nail salon where technicians value health-promoting hand hygiene habits. For your manicure or pedicure, make sure the technician washes their hands in a thorough and mindful manner with soap and water before beginning with your delicate spa procedure.

Before the nail technician begins, politely request a new nail brush be used on you to avoid potential bacteria and fungi. If the nail technician does not have a fresh one, ask them to sanitize their brush with alcohol before continuing with the service.

Proper sanitation and hygiene practices should be taken into account prior to visiting a nail salon. So that you can enjoy your pedicure with peace of mind, ensure that the technician cleans your feet with soap and water before commencement, as well as disinfects their own hands using alcohol.

Request that the nail technician employ a fresh pair of gloves for your treatment. Even the cleanest gloves can contain bacteria and fungi, so ensure that you are protected. If a new set of gloves is not available, ask them to fully sanitize the used ones with alcohol prior to commencement.

To maintain a healthy level of cleanliness, it is important to look for a nail salon that practices good environmental hygiene. Before choosing a particular salon, check the floor for any traces of dirt or dust and ensure that the area is free of any debris.

To protect yourself from possibly contracting a nail infection from a nail salon, taking a few preventative measures could prove to be very beneficial.

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