1. Non-Pathogenic & Pathogenic
  2. A break in the skin, mouth, nose, eyes or ears. 
  3. Latex or nitrile gloves, examine client’s skin for any visible infection, breathing space, muse caviade to disinfect, use disposable equipment, use clean linen, use proper pre/post procedure, wash hands with skin cleanser before/after each client, use tubes/jars with pumps for creams, and cover any broken skin with a bandage. 
  4. Enlarged varicose veins, phlebitis, new scars, sunburned skin, warts, inner ear, network beards, bruises or lesions, skin tags, and raised moles. 
  5. When the roots in a beard are intertwined beneath the skin.
  6. Ask client if they are currently tweezing the hair, if so feel confident to sugar the hair. Use the advance technique and be gentle. 
  7. Loosen the skin’s inter-cellular glue, allowing the cells to separate and shed. 
  8. The Sugar with stick to the dead cells, weakening the area.
  9. Facial chemical depilatories, hair dye, hair permanents, or straighteners, facial waxing etc. 
  10. Facial contours appear tighter and more defined. Increased elasticity and resilience, skin appears firmer and rejuvenated. Lessens the appearance of wrinkles and deep lines. 
  11. Affects the whole body and if your client is taking it do not sugar them. 
  12. Just started Retin-A or Retinol treatment and has a high amount of shedding. Recently underwent a heavy peel (1-5 day peel). Is using vitamin c topical products. Is taking acutane.