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Narrow Band Ultraviolet B (NB-UVB) Psoriasis Treatment (Not a Home Treatment)

Physician's office treatment (not a home therapy) using Narrow Band Ultraviolet B (NB-UVB) for psoriasis patients affected on greater than ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Physician’s Office Psoralen UVA and UVB for Psoriasis

Researchers treated 25 psoriasis patients with psoralen and ultraviolet-A (PUVA), and another 25 patients with psoralent and ultraviolet-B (PUVB). Psoriasis ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

633 nm and 830 nm Psoriasis LED Therapy Regimen

Nine psoriasis patients used 633 nm red and 830 nm infrared LED therapy on recalcitrant psoriasis. The majority had failed ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

453 nm Blue Light LED Therapy Psoriasis Regimen

47 patients with mild psoriasis received 200 mW/cm^2 (group 1) or 100 mW/cm^2) group 2 UV-free blue LED treatment over ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Non-UV 420 nm and 453 nm Blue Light Psoriasis Regimen

Forty patients self-treated with 420 nm blue LED light therapy once a day for four weeks. 20 patients self-treated with ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Blue Light, Red Light, and Topical Curcumin Treat Psoriasis

Researchers combined topical curcumin with 405 nm blue light, and then either 630 nm or 660 nm red light. Both ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Blue and Red Light Equal at Treating Psoriasis, Blue Better at Reducing Redness

Randomized Controlled Trial J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol . 2012 Feb;26(2):219-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-3083.2011.04039.x. Epub 2011 Mar 24. Efficacy of blue ...
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UVB, blue, red and infrared light help with psoriasis

Does At Home Light Therapy Work for Psoriasis?

Several studies show that light therapy helps reduce psoriasis symptoms. In order of effectiveness, these lights reduce psoriasis symptoms: Ultraviolet ...
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