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    Narrow Band Ultraviolet B Light Therapy
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    2020-03-18 11:58
     
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    The Narrow Band Ultraviolet B Light Therapy uses a microcomputer workstation to control the dose and time of exposure to ensure the accuracy of the treatment. Its UV light positioning is accurate, with mild and harmless beam adjustment properties, it has no damage to the surrounding normal skin tissue, and it is safe and efficient. In addition, the Narrow Band Ultraviolet B Light Therapy has the characteristics of high efficiency, sophisticated design, advanced technology, small size, easy carrying, long using life, high quality as well as high cost effective. It is applicable to various types of skin diseases such as psoriasis, shingles, vitiligo, flat warts, eczema, scabies, dermatophytosis, lupus erythematosus, etc., and the treatment effect is obvious. The Narrow Band Ultraviolet B Light Therapy wins a good reputation among clients deu to excellent performance. 


    Frequently asked questions

    1. Does it have to be at night

    Not necessarily, choose the time suitable for their own irradiation, choose evening irradiation for convenience, do not touch water after irradiation, 6-8 hours, just get up the next morning to see the erythema situation

    2. Do you have to turn off the light or shine it in a dark room?

    Don't need

    3. No erythema reaction after the first irradiation for 6-8 hours, can I continue?

    No, the interval of secondary irradiation is 24 hours, most people's erythema reaction in 6-8 hours after irradiation, some cases within 24 hours

    3. Why did I get erythema reaction in 1 minute and 20 seconds last time, but no erythema this time?

    As the number of times of exposure increases, the skin produces light tolerance, and the exposure time increases, subject to the occurrence of erythema


    Do you take pictures every other day or every day?

    If do not have erythema when, can illuminate everyday, when appearing erythema, suggest next day illuminate




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