Efficacy of Rhodamine Light in the Treatment of Superficial Vascular Lesions of the Face

Vascular lesions of the face represent an aesthetic problem and are a symptom of different skin diseases . Currently, laser technology can be considered an effective treatment modality for superficial vascular lesions of the face using light sources with visible (500–800 nm) and near-infrared (800–1,300 nm) wavelengths.

308 nm UV excimer light in monotherapy or combined to topical khellin 4% and/or tacrolimus 0.1% in the treatment of vitiligo

Abstract Many therapeutic options have been suggested for the treatment of vitiligo including non-surgical and surgical modalities. Non-surgical modalities, considered the first line therapy, include topical, intra-lesional and systemic corticosteroids, topical and oral psoralen plus ultraviolet A (PUVA), topical khellin 3%-4%-5%, broadband and narrow-band UVB (311 nm UVB phototherapy), and (altro…)