Please read the following carefully…
An indoor tanning system should be treated with the same caution as normal sunlight. A tan should be built gradually, particularly if you have sensitive skin.
Never repeat tanning treatment if any signs of redness remain from previous sunbathing or tanning. Wear goggles or appropriate protective eyewear, remove contact lenses, keep eyes closed and avoid looking directly at the light tubes. Do not tamper with or touch the light tubes when using the equipment.
Tanning Sessions should be limited to once every 48hrs and not exceed 500 minutes in one year.
Persons with sensitive skin or no existing tan should restrict their first few sessions to a maximum of six minutes. It is also advised that cosmetics, perfumes and deodorants should not be worn during treatment.
If the answer to any of the following questions is YES, you should consult your doctor before using an indoor tanning system.
Do you suffer from: ill effects from normal sunbathing, epilepsy, giddiness or fainting, headaches or migraine, heart condition, blood pressure, hypertension, prickly heat, cold sores, allergies, skin ulcersor moles that have changed
Are you: currently under medical supervision, prescribed or taking any form of drug, ointment/lotion, antibiotic or tranquilliser, diabetic, pregnant or hypersensitive to light?
Have you had: hot waxing, bleaching or electrolysis in the past 48 hours?