UVB Phototherapy will help you
to solve skin diseases
Traditionally, broadband UVB was used, but increasingly, narrowband UVB phototherapy (311nm) is provided. Increasing doses of UVB are given each exposure (three to five times weekly until the skin condition has cleared, has failed to respond, or a pre-determined maximum number of treatments). The aim is to turn the skin very slightly pink but not to burn it.
Ultraviolet B, which is present in natural sunlight, is an effective treatment for psoriasis. UVB penetrates the skin and slows the growth of affected skin cells. Treatment involves exposing the skin to an artificial UVB light source for a set length of time on a regular schedule.
* Phototherapy is very effective in treating the symptoms of psoriasis, vitiligo and other skin disorders. However, there are no cures for these conditions, so as with any treatment, flare-ups can still occur.
Why UVB Phototherapy
is better than other methods
Our equipment for UVB Phototherapy
Results before and after
FAQ Frequently Asked Questions
ARE YOUR UVB LAMPS US FDA APPROVED?
Yes, the US FDA has approved the products we sell for distribution in the US (FDA K132643).
ARE THE PSORIASIS AND VITILIGO LAMPS THE SAME LAMPS?
Yes, all of the UVB lamps in our online store use Philips Narrowband UVB 311nm bulbs. The lamps are categorized to help you locate our products in search engines. Please consult with your doctor to determine if UVB phototherapy is appropriate for your skin condition.
WHAT IS THE NORMAL LIFE OF THE BULB IN THE UVB LAMP?
The UVB Lamps we sell only use Philips bulbs. Philips rates the normal life of the bulb for 1,000 hours; the UVB Lamp manufacturer recommends replacing the bulb after 350 hours of use.
IS UVB PHOTOTHERAPY SAFE TO USE WITH OTHER SKIN CONDITION TREATMENTS?
Only your doctor can determine whether UVB phototherapy treatment is appropriate for you if your skin condition is currently being treated (or has recently been treated) with another method.
HOW DO I KNOW WHICH DOSING SCHEDULE IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Only your doctor can determine a most effective, safe, and appropriate dosing schedule for your skin disorder.
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