Wearable device to treat psoriasis with light
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The idea is to create a wearable device to reduce the symptoms of psoriasis through light instead of medication.
The battery-powered device will be simple to use, with only a single on/off button. It will be equipped with an array of 40 high-intensity LEDs that will shine UV-free, blue light onto the skin - a therapy that has been proven to reduce the rate at which the cells divide. The device will fit both the arms and legs and can be worn at any time, making it easier to incorporate into a daily routine.