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● Do not sunbathe and use the appliance on the same day. The skin does not make any
distinction between UV-rays from the sun or from a tanning appliance.
● Protect sensitive skin parts such as scars, tattoos and genitals from exposure.
● If persistent lumps or sores appear on the skin or if there are changes in pigmented
moles, seek medical advice before resuming tanning.
● Never use the appliance when the UV filter is damaged, broken or missing or when the
timer is defective.
● Make sure that non-users, especially children, are not present when the appliance is
being operated.
● Do not choose a tanning distance of less than 65cm.
A tanning appliance is not to be used by:
● Persons with reduced sensory and/or mental capacity.
● Persons lacking knowledge of or experience with tanning appliances, with the
exception of individuals who are being supervised or have received instructions
regarding the use of the tanning appliance by a person who assumes responsibility for
their safety.
● Persons younger than 18.
● Persons who tend to freckle.
● Persons having abnormal discolored patches on skin.
● Persons having more than 16 moles (2 mm or more) on the body.
● Persons having atypical moles (defined as asymmetrical moles larger than 5 mm in
diameter with variable pigmentation and irregular borders; in case of doubt, seek
medical advice).
● Persons with a natural red hair color.
● Persons whose skin is already sunburned.
● Persons not able to tan at all or not able to tan without burning when exposed to the
sun.
● Persons that burn easily when exposed to the sun.
● Persons having a history of frequent severe sunburn during childhood.
● Persons (previously) suffering from skin cancer or predisposed skin cancer.
● Persons having a first-degree relative with a history of melanoma.
● Persons under a doctor's care for diseases that involve photosensitivity and/or receiving
photosensitizing medications.
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Hapro appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic fields (EMF). If
handled properly and according to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to
use based on scientific evidence available today.
Cosmetics and medication
Cosmetics and medication can contain substances that can cause a phototoxic reaction if
combined with UV radiation. The phototoxic chemicals occurring most frequently are:
Demeclocycline
Rolitetracycline
Nalidixic acid
Tretinoin
Methoxsalen
Monobenzone
Contact your dealer for a complete list of substances that can cause a phototoxic reaction.
Hydrochinone
Oxytetracycline
Etretinate
Tetracycline
Isotretinoin
Azapropazone
Doxycycline
Etretinate
Amiodarone
Tretinoin
Chlortetracycline
Hydrochinone
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Porfimer
Acitretine
Lomefloxacine
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