Squamous cell carcinoma, also called SCC, is the second most common form of skin cancer that begins in the squamous cells. The latest figures suggest that more than1 million cases of SCC are diagnosed in the U.S. each year.
SCC usually appears as scaly red patches, open sores, or warts on the skin. These abnormal growths can develop anywhere, but more commonly arise in areas that receive the most exposure to UV radiation from sunlight, tanning beds or tanning lamps. SCC usually isn’t life-threatening, but it can become dangerous if left untreated. Without prompt treatment, the cancerous growths can increase in size and spread to other parts of your body, causing serious complications.
If caught early, SCC can usually be successfully treated. VUV light therapy has been proven to be remarkably effective and safe for managing the symptoms, stopping the spread of cancer cells, and finally removing SCC in a noninvasive manner. If you are seeking a treatment to help SCC, VUV light therapy may be what you need desperately.
How Does VUV Light Therapy Work on Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
Squamous cells are the thin and flat cells that make up the epidermis, which is the outermost layer of the skin. These squamous cells are constantly shedding to make way for fresh and new skin cells. SCC is caused by mutations in the DNA of these squamous cells, which cause them to develop in an uncontrolled way.
One way to safely clear these abnormal squamous cells is to employ VUV light. The photon energy of VUV light is very high, thus it is possible to cope with SCC effectively and naturally with VUV light therapy. What’s more, VUV photons can set off a chemical reaction and create proper nitric oxide within cells and tissues, killing abnormal squamous cells and inhibiting the overgrowth of new squamous cells.
VUV is regarded as the most suitable UV light to treat SCC mainly because it is very safe and will not harm healthy skin cells. Photons of UVA and UVB can penetrate the dead skin cell layers to damage the DNA of normal skin cells, so they are regarded as the main causes of skin cancers. Fortunately, the dead skin on the human body has been proven to absorb VUV radiation almost completely. It means that VUV light therapy can remove SCC without harming normal skin cells. Additionally, the therapeutic effects and safety of nitric oxide depend on the amounts generated and the local concentrations achieved. VUV can create proper NO to kill cancer cells safely and naturally. There are no known side effects and complications related to VUV light therapy.
Why Choose Flash to Remove Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
Flash is the most advanced VUV light therapy device on the market, which is the best choice for people affected by SCC.
In addition to effectiveness and safety, affordable prices may be the primary consideration when some people make choices. To help more people enjoy a better life, MiraMate team did plenty of researches and contributed to reducing development costs without compromising performance. This is why Flash uses the external shell of an existing intense pulse light unit. Expensive and exotic components are required to produce VUV light which is the key to clear SCC safely and effectively. The special glass lens costs over $100, and only one manufacturer in the world can produce the flash tube to our specifications.
Flash is very easy and convenient to use. Simply put on the provided glasses, turn on the device, and flash on your lesions. You do not need to make appointments with dermatologists for UV light treatment, but add Flash to your daily treatment schedule and enjoy it at home. It is recommended to start with 10 flashes at power level 5, then add more consecutive flashes gradually.
Early detection of SCC is the key to successful treatment. It is advisable to check your skin each month for any new or abnormal growths and see a dermatologist once per year for a full-body skin check.
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