If misused heat packs can cause burns even at low temperature.
Follow instructions and monitor frequently.
To prevent the risk of burns:
- NEVER APPLY HEAT PACKS DIRECTLY TO THE SKIN
- Allow air to circulate over the heat pack and do not apply pressure, for example by wearing tight clothes, tights or stockings over wrap
- If heat pack becomes uncomfortably hot remove immediately
Do not use heat patch on children 12 years and under.
Do not use in conjunction with other creams/ rubs/ lotions/ sprays applied to the skin or with/ near to other heat sources.
Do not use this heat patch over an area with the presence of redness, inflammation, over broken/ bruised or irritated skin.
Do not use this heat patch on those who have experienced an allergic reaction to medicines or cosmetics in the past.
Do not use if you are bedridden or prone to skin ulcers.
Do not apply heat patch on very thin clothes e.g. tights or netted underwear where the skin could be exposed directly to the heat patch.
Do not bring heat patch into contact with liquids.
Do not use heat patch on thin or delicate fabrics - the adhesive may cause damage.
Do not cut, tear or fold heat patch.
Do not microwave or attempt to re-heat the heat patch.
Do not knead heat patch - heat is released within minutes.