Hire Before You Buy
You can now hire before you buy! We’ll simply discount the purchase of a sunbed when you’re ready to buy.
Call us today to find out more.
Philips Replacement Lamp (Minimum order 4 Lamps)£123.80
Handheld UVB Narrowband£230.00
2 Tube UVB Narrowband Phototherapy Compact Unit
5 Lamp UVB Narrowband Phototherapy Unit£1,860.00
9 Lamp UVB Narrowband Phototherapy Unit – Fitted with 4 x 6ft Philips TL100W/01 UVB (17%) Narrowband Lamps (311 NM) and 5 x 6ft High UVB (3.4%) Lamps£1,950.00
9 Lamp UVB Narrowband Phototherapy Unit – Fitted with 7 x 6ft Philips TL100W/01 UVB (17%) Narrowband Lamps (311 NM) and 2 x 6ft High UVB (3.4%) Lamps£2,200.00
9 Lamp UVB Narrowband Phototherapy Unit – Fitted with 9 x 6ft Philips TL 100W/01 UVB (17%) Narrowband Lamps (311 NM)£2,370.00
24 Lamp Vertical light Unit – Fitted with 12 x 6ft Philips TL 100W/01 UVB (17%) Narrowband Lamps (311 NM) and 12 x 6ft high UVB (3.4%) Lamps£4,950.00
24 Lamp Narrowband Phototherapy Unit – Fitted with 24 x 6ft Philips TL 100W/01 UVB (17%) Narrowband Lamps (311 NM)£6,010.00
What are the key benefits of these UVB Light units?
– UV light reduces inflammation and slows the production of skin cells, so by having these units in the comfort of your own home, you can access these machines freely when you choose fit, rather than relying on NHS appointments in and around working hours.
– The treatment is usually given three times a week, not affecting your home environment through easy storage options available.
– You can expect to see results in as quickly as 2-4 weeks, but it depends how your skin reacts to the UVB rays. On average, it can take 6-8 weeks to see vast improvements in your condition using these units 3 or 4 times a week following instructions.
– An estimated 85 percent of people using narrow-band UVB therapy, which is the most common type, will develop clear skin. This will last for at least 6 months.
– Light therapy can treat plaque, palmoplantar, nail, and scalp psoriasis. So no matter where the skin condition is on your body, you can access these machines from your own home in complete privacy.
The products shown here are VAT exempt for customers suffering from “chronic” medical conditions. The definition of “chronic” is that the condition is constant, or recurs frequently. A doctor’s note is not necessary and the declaration by yourself, a parent, guardian, doctor or another responsible person is acceptable.
By ordering any product I declare that I am suffering from a chronic disorder (or purchasing on behalf of someone that does), which is being supplied to me for my domestic or personal use and I therefore claim relief from value added tax under Notice 701/7.
If you do not agree with the above but still wish to purchase a product please call the office on 0117 287 0045, where you can still purchase a unit but with the VAT added on.
No VAT To Pay
Here at Skin Matters Bristol, we do not charge VAT for those who suffer with chronic conditions. A chronic condition is a human health condition or disease that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time. The term chronic is often applied when the course of the disease lasts for more than three months.
No vat to pay for anyone with a chronic condition
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