Excimer 308nm UVB Laser

Correct stubborn skin conditions with UVB therapy

Pigmentary conditions (vitiligo, hypopigmentation), psoriasis, eczema and psoriasis can be uncomfortable and somewhat embarrassing – Say hello to the Excimer 308nm UVB laser treatment. With a track record for treating even the most persistent skin problems, you can now regain your healthy skin and confidence, as you combat these conditions painlessly.*

 

*Individual results may vary

Fast Facts

 Suitable for pigmentary disorders*
 Long-lasting results*
 Only targets affected skin – leaving healthy skin untouched*
 Minimal downtime
 Not suitable if you are pregnant or less than 16 years of age

 

*Individual results may vary

What is the Excimer 308nm UVB Laser?

The Excimer 308nm UVB laser is cutting-edge laser technology that delivers a specific wavelength of ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation to effectively treat pigment disorders.*

 

*Individual results may vary

 

Quick and painless, the laser works on your treatment area with extreme precision, keeping your surrounding healthy skin safe.*

 

*Individual results may vary

How does it work?

Depending on your skin condition, we will carefully calibrate the amount of UV to be delivered. Then we apply the Excimer 308nm handpiece to precisely focus a cool beam of ultraviolet light to only the affected area.

 

With visible results after only one session and no downtime, you can get back to your day as soon as you walk out our clinic doors.*

 

*Individual results may vary

Who is it for? 

If you are self-conscious or frustrated with stubborn skin conditions that other may deem difficult-to-treat, then the Excimer 308nm is for you.* It is especially effective for treating the following concerns:

 Vitiligo*
 Eczema*
 Chronic plaque psoriasis*
 Hypopigmentation*
 Alopecia areata*

 

*Individual results may vary

 

Excimer laser treatment is not safe if you have:

 A history of cutaneous cancers
 Photodermatosis
 Lupus
 Photosensitising skin conditions

 

It is also not suitable for you if you are pregnant or under 16 years of age.

What are the side-effects?

The sensation of the Excimer laser treatment is often described as similar to the snap of a thin rubber band, with many opting for no anaesthetic.

 

Some people experience a slight reddening of the treatment area after the session. However, this naturally resolves in a few minutes to several days – depending on your skin sensitivity.*

 

*Individual results may vary

 

Occasionally, some patients experience:

 Blistering
 Burning
 Erythema
 Oedema

 

However, these are usually confined to the treatment site.*

 

*Individual results may vary

What are the risks?

Selecting the right UV settings to treat your pigmentary disorder is crucial. That’s why we always take a full medical history during your consultations to evaluate suitability. Some of the side effects or associated risks could be; skin irritation, redness, swelling, peeling, skin pigmentation and soreness, 1-5 days after the procedure.*

 

*Individual results may vary

How many treatments will I need?

Depending on the condition, a course of treatments will be recommended for you during your consultations. Weekly or bi-weekly sessions are indicated for best results.

 

However, everyone’s skin is different. That’s why we’ll recommend a personalised treatment regime that’s right for you and your skin.

How long does it last?

The effects of this laser treatment are long-lasting but not permanent.* You can usually expect several months of treatment-free remission and enjoy the freedom of even, healthy skin.*

 

*Individual results may vary

How much does it cost?

Indicative prices are as follows:

Initial consult & Test patch $60
Treatment cost $50 per session as a default payment and $10 for any subsequent laser pulse. Each laser pulse covers 5 x 5 cm spot size.

*Disclaimer: All photographs represent one person’s experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients from Instant Laser Clinic. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken. Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.

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