#repost @frankiewiddows with @get_repost ・・・ Hello everyone, Amy here. I want to explain a few things about lashing pregnant ladies. It has always been a controversial topic in this industry. The team at Eyelash Excellence are passionate about this and stand by our decisions to never lash pregnant ladies and we encourage you all to consider the following when you are presented with a pregnant client. What is anaphylaxis? It is a severe allergic reaction, caused by the release of allergic chemicals, histamine. It is defined as a serious, systemic, allergic or hypersensitivity reaction that can be life‐threatening or fatal. Anaphylaxis in pregnancy may trigger maternal hypotension leading to maternal haemorrhage, asphyxia and the risk of severe foetal brain damage. All of which are potentially life‐threatening to both mother and foetus. The usual treatment for acute anaphylaxis during pregnancy is the same non-pregnancy. Adrenaline is the treatment of choice, intravenous fluids, and other medications to maintain blood pressure. Low blood pressure in the mother can lead to low blood flow to vital organs in the foetus, especially the brain. The best treatment of anaphylaxis during pregnancy is the prevention of anaphylaxis in the first place. Patch testing for products should be avoided during pregnancy to minimise the potential for anaphylaxis as a result. When pregnant ladies lay on their backs the weight of the uterus can compress a major blood vessel called the vena cava, disrupting blood flow to their baby which can cause nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath. When blood flow is reduced to the foetus for more than 5 minutes brain injuries can occur. Having had a baby only a year ago myself, I can vouch that it is extremely uncomfortable to lay flat on your back for any length of time. Unfortunately because the industry is unregulated and insurance companies are not lash specific there are no laws or rules or even guidelines given to us to
Amazon will now deliver packages to the trunk of your car #facts APR. 24, 2018. Last year, #amazon asked for permission to unlock your front door so it could leave #packages inside your home, and a certain number of extremely trusting #amazonprime#subscribers (Amazon won’t say how many) said okay. Now, the tech giant wants to do the same thing with your car Amazon announced today a new service that gives its couriers access to a person’s #vehicle for the purpose of leaving package deliveries inside. But rather than use smart locks and a cloud-connected camera to gain entry, Amazon wants to use the connected technologies embedded in many modern vehicles today. The company is launching this new service in partnership with two major automakers — #generalmotors and #volvo — and will be rolling out in 37 cities in the US starting today. “We were really happy with the response to in-home delivery,” #peterlarsen vice president of delivery technology at Amazon, said in a statement. “What we wanted to do — and it was part of the plan all along — is how we take that beyond the home.” Amazon has been beta testing the new service in #california and #washington state for the past six months. In a video by Amazon, a woman said she likes getting diapers delivered to her car because it meant her toddlers could nap without being disturbed by the doorbell. Another woman used it to have a few birthday presents delivered to the trunk of her car so as not to tip off her daughter. #ninfonetwork#foodninfo#buzzfeed#huffpostgram#truecooks#eater#foodie#wholefoods#wholefoods365#online#bitcoin#crypto#nyc#manhattan#hollywood#instagood
PSA: 🍍is back in season! Did you know the best way to choose a ripe pineapple is to smell it for that sweet and fresh smell? If it doesn’t smell fresh and juicy it’s probably not ripe yet. And cut it up and eat/ refrigerate that day.