Do not use if you have an active implant such as a pacemaker, diabetes pumps, or similar devices since it may cause interference.
The use of sensiLight by pregnant or nursing women has not been established
Do not use if you suffer from epilepsy, as it could trigger a seizure.
The use of sensiLight by someone under radiation therapy or chemotherapy within the past 3 months has not been established.
Do not use on damaged or broken skin or if you have a history of a Herpes or Psoriasis outbreak in the treatment area.
Do not use if you suffer from keloid scar formation.
Do not use if you have taken Tetracycline antibiotics within the last two weeks.
Do not use if you have been taking medication with the following active ingredient within the last two weeks: Retinoid.
Do not use if you are photosensitive or have other diseases related to light sensitivity.
Do not use if you suffer from metabolic conditions, such as diabetes.
Do not use if you have had a skin peel or other skin resurfacing procedure within the last 6-8 weeks.
Do not use if you were exposed to sunlight or artificial tanning in the past 30 days.
Do not use if you have dark spots such as large freckles, moles or blisters on the treatment area.
Do not use on the face above the cheek line: around the eyes, eyebrows or eyelashes as this could cause serious eye damage.
Do not use over mucous membranes as in the nose and ears.
Do not use over piercings or any metal items such as earrings or jewellery as it may cause burns.
sensiLight should not be used on tattoos, permanent make-up and intimate body areas such as nipples, genitalia or around the anus.
If you see extreme redness of the skin, blistering or burns stop using the device immediately.
Use of sensiLight may cause temporary skin colour changes.