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UV Warning

When being exposed to any UV light, there is always the chance of side effects – this is why it is extremely important to follow the directions very carefully.

It is best to start out slowly when first using a sun lamp so that you can keep your eye out for any changes in your skin. It is recommended to check your body for unusual coloring or markings that may appear after UV exposure.

You always want to keep an eye out for redness, dryness, rashes or red/brown spots that may appear from over exposure to ultra violet rays. If you notice any skin irritation, it is recommended to stop using the light for a few days in order to give your skin a chance to heal. If you ever notice any unusual markings on your body that do not get smaller after a few days, it is always a good idea to see a doctor – it’s better to be safe than sorry.

With all that being said, our sun lamps are very safe for at home use. Due to the balance of UV output, it is extremely unlikely to get any serious reactions from our sun lamps. Simply, make sure to follow the directions in order to build a routine and always wear your protective eyewear – then you are good to go!