What is excimer UV light?

When xenon and chloride gas is excited with electricity in specific ways it produces monochromatic wavelenghts of light, in this case 308 nm, which is in the UVB range. UVB light is a preferred treatment method for many skin conditions, such as psoriasis, atopic dematitis, vitiligo, and leukoderma.

What skin problems can be treated with excimer UV light?

The exciplex® is FDA approved for the treatment of psoriasis, atopic dematitis (eczema), vitiligo, and leukoderma.

What is the difference between a 308 nm excimer laser and a 308 nm excimer light?

Both emit the same narrow band UV light at 308 nm, but an excimer light (lamp) has significantly less upkeep costs than a laser, has a larger treatment area, and is completely contained in one hand held device. Lasers generally have bulky power supplies, need gases recharged, and sometimes also require expensive cooling equipment. Our excimer light in the exciplex does not have any of those.


Do you sell to the public?

Sorry, we only sell to medical professionals. Please contact your dermatologist or treatment provider and ask them to contact us for providing this treatment to you.

Other Questions?

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