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UV Phototherapy Lamp with Digital Timer - Treatment for Leucoderma, Psoriasis, Pityriasis Rosea, Eczema, Vitiligo and Other Skin Diseases
This high quality UV phototherapydevice can be used in a health clinic or at home to treat skin diseases such as Vitiligo, Leukoderma, Psoriasis, Pityriasis Rosea, Eczema (Dermatitis). Uses special medical-grade Philips UV lamp for maximum quality and service life.
The handheld style UV phototherapy lamp achieves better results than stationary phototherapy devices when doing treatment of areas with rounded surfaces such as hands and feet.
How to use:
1. Start time: 30 seconds (half the children).
2. Erythema criteria: erythema should be maintained until the next exposure time.
3. Dose increase and decrease: depending on the appearance of erythema.
4. Frequency of exposure: once every other day, 3-4 times a week.
1. After irradiation, the ultraviolet rays have to be absorbed by the skin for 6-8 hours before there is erythema reaction.
2. After irradiation, erythema appears to be effective; no erythema indicates that the irradiation time is not enough.
3. The best dose: erythema should be maintained until the next use.
4. Exposure to sunlight after phototherapy is prohibited.
Questions & Answers:
How to determine the irradiation time of each increment?
1. If mild erythema appears in the previous irradiation and has subsided during the next treatment, it should be increased by 10 seconds on the basis of the previous-time irradiation time.
2. If there is obvious redness in the previous irradiation and it has not subsided during the next irradiation, the original irradiation time should be maintained.
3. The maximum irradiation time for a single irradiation is no more than 5 minutes for the face and torso; no more than 7 minutes for the limbs of the hands and feet. (Even if erythema does not appear, it does not increase the time)
When does it become effective?
1. Generally, it takes about 20 times of irradiation to be effective.
2. If the irradiation is more than 40 times and there is still no obvious effect, the irradiation should be stopped.
When should the irradiation be stopped?
1. With the extension of the irradiation time, if the skin becomes more red, or even blisters, redness and swelling, the irradiation should be stopped, the irradiation should be started after a few days of rest, and the original irradiation time will be reduced by about 20%.
2. Generally, after three or three months of irradiation, you can suspend the irradiation to two weeks, the re-irradiation start time is about 70% of the time of the suspension.
UV-B Lamp has a life expectancy of 1000-1200 hours
UVB Lamp intensity: 3~16nw/cm2
UVB Spectral Range: 280~320nm
Input power: 40VA
Power: 110 / 220 volts
Brand: Home Care Wholesale
Warranty: 2 Years
1 * UV Phototherapy Lamp with Digital Timer
1 * User Manual
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I am using this to alleviate my psoriasis. It would be nice to have more information with it regarding how long to use. I started with 45 seconds and in the few months I have it had, I now use it for 3 minutes on each affected area. It works best if you keep on a schedule 3-4x per week. Purchased with my HSA savings because of using as a medical device approved by the FDA
Awesome seller. Product packaging was amazing and the product was exactly as described.
Muy bueno, lo aplico 3 veces cada semana. Recomendado :D
I have been dealing with moderate psoriasis for 15 years. I've tried every lotion, potion and vitamin that even has the slightest claim of working. No success at all. My scalp and lower back are the worst spots. I've been using this light now for approximately one month. I didn't want to leave a review until I had given it enough time to work.
It's working! My scalp and lower back have almost completely cleared up. I started with 1 minute per spot, then gradually increased and now am at 2 minutes per spot. I don't think I will need to increase the time, as it seems to be going away now. Replacement bulbs are pricey, but I plan to order another now so I don't have to wait for it and possibly miss treatment times while waiting. This company also sells the replacement bulbs, but they charge $30 for shipping so maybe try to find one locally.