Pregnant or nursing women - (dr. note)
Epilepsy , seizure, or photosensitive clients (dr. note)
History of cancer or currently treating - (dr. note)
Botox/fillers/injections - (wait 7 days after)
Claustrophobia (proceed w/ caution)
medications that may cause photosensitivity:
Anti-psychotic: Chlorpromazine also know as Thorazine, Chlorpromazine HcL, Sonazine.
Anti-Fungal: Griseofulvin, also known as Grifulvin V, Fulvicin P/G, Gris-Peg. (please wait 7 days after discontinuing medication for treatment.)
Isotretinoin (Anti-Acne), also know as Accutane. (only if medication has not been taken within the last 6 months.)
Tetracycline’s (antibiotic) also known as Helidac, Terra-Cortril, Terramycin, Sumycin, Tetracycline, Bristacycline, Achromycin V, Actisite, Tetrex, Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin. (please wait 7 days after discontinuing medication for treatment.)
Tretinoin (Anti-Acne), also known as Retin-A, Renova, Atralin, Differin, and others alike. (please do not use the day before treatment.)
Methotrexate (Anti-Arthritis & Anti-Cancer), also known as Methotrexate Sodium, PF & LPF, Mexate-AQ, Folex, Trexall. (please wait 7 days after discontinuing medication for treatment.)
Amiodarone, Pacerone, Diltiazem, Quinine, Quinidine, Hydroxychloroquine, Enalapril, Dapsone, Voriconazole. (dr. note)
Sulfonamides: sulfadiazine, sulfamethoxazole, sulfasalazine, sulfisoxazole. (please wait 7 days after discontinuing medication for treatment.)
Photodynamic or photochemotherapy: Methoxsalen (8-methoxypsoralen), 5-methoxypsoralen, Trioxsalen, 5-aminolevulinic acid, Methyl-5-aminolevulinic acid, Porfimer sodium (dr. note)
*this light is extremely & immensely bright. it feels like laying in a tanning bed (w/out the consequences of course). your eyes will adjust but it will take time, and it will feel strange initially. goggles are provided. however, you are welcome to come in for a test run, to see if you can handle the brightness.