We treat frustrating symptoms of skin conditions with light therapy, so you can live brighter.
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“The professional, friendly staff has been great to work with. They are so accommodating to my schedule, and very flexible in fitting my treatment. I am so pleased with the results.” – Matthew, Los Angeles
“Array’s cutting edge phototherapy treatment has provided relief that years of expensive creams and medications could not. I am so glad I made the call.” – Sherry, San Clemente
“My dermatologist referred me to Array when my psoriasis stop responding to other treatments. I was desperate. By the third treatment I saw amazing improvement!” – GiGi, Mission Viejo
“I highly recommend Array Skin Therapy for their professionalism and excellent care! They are so kind and helpful and always make it a pleasant experience! They are the best at what they do!” – Patty, Placentia
“I had itched for four years and thanks to Array Therapy I now have it under control. Everyone there is so friendly, kind, and helpful, I miss my visits with them!” – Barbara, Mission Viejo
“Excellent staff, that have always been very polite and flexible to all of my needs and insecurities. It is extremely clean, you couldn’t ask for anything more!” – Matt, Costa Mesa
“A very nice and caring office staff. My skin condition has improved so much.” – Jaja, Los Angeles
“Array Skin Therapy is easily the best treatment center that I have been to. Customer service is unparalleled and the staff is the best!” – Idraq, Placentia
“I was spending 4 hours to and from my dermatologist’s office. They were understaffed, overbooked and usually in an impatient mood. Now my round-trips are 45 minutes and I enjoy my visits. I’ve never had to wait more than 10 minutes. EVERYONE at their West LA office is SO KIND! I can’t say enough things about this team. THANK YOU, THANK YOU for your kindness and for taking care of me.” – Robert, Los Angeles
“I have tried all the treatments for Psoriasis and this is absolutely the best. Highly recommend this place and their staff are all friendly and easy to work with.” – Greg, Corona
“I go to Array Skin Therapy to treat vitiligo. The staff there is beyond awesome. They are knowledgeable, kind, caring and always in a good mood! They go above and beyond to help you understand what is going on and fix any issues you may be having. Overall, they make having to get treatment a more enjoyable experience!” – Tauny, Mission Viejo
“Love the staff, everyone is so friendly. They really make you feel like they care!” – Wendy, Los Angeles
“The entire staff is friendly and accommodating! I especially appreciate the fact that the office runs like clockwork; there is rarely a wait. The light therapy is completed very quickly and in a professional manner. Additionally, the Newport Beach location has ample free parking and is right off the 73 freeway!” – Doug, Costa Mesa
About Array Skin
Our Convenient Locations
Costa Mesa/Newport • Mission Viejo • Placentia/Yorba Linda • West Los Angeles • South Bay
Array Skin’s dedicated medical professionals administer light therapy, also known as phototherapy, as a safe and effective treatment option for people living with select autoimmune skin conditions, including psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema.
Medicare and PPO insurance plans accepted.
Why Array Light Therapy?
Treatments administered in-office by trained nurses
Most advanced phototherapy equipment available
Fast and painless treatment
Safe for all ages and pregnant women
No creams, pills, or needles
Covered by Insurance
Medicare and PPO insurance accepted
Some locations open on Saturdays
National Psoriasis Foundation
“Present in natural sunlight, UVB is an effective treatment for psoriasis. UVB penetrates the skin and slows the growth of affected skin cells. Treatment involves exposing the skin to an artificial UVB light source for a set length of time on a regular schedule. This treatment is administered in a medical setting or at home.
Several studies indicate that narrow-band UVB clears psoriasis faster and produces longer remissions than broad-band UVB, and can be combined with other topical and/or systemic agents to enhance efficacy… Combining UVB with systemic therapies may increase efficacy dramatically and allow for lower doses of the systemic medication to be used.”
Vitiligo Support International
“Narrowband UVB – now considered the gold standard of treatment for vitiligo covering more than 20% of the body. Narrowband UVB (NB) uses the portion of the UVB spectrum from 311-312 nm. This region has been determined to help stimulate pigment cells to produce melanocytes in less time than it takes to burn the skin. NB can be used on children old enough to stand still and keep goggles on. Only full sized body units provide the immune suppression needed for stabilization that may halt further pigment loss, as the handheld units only treat isolated areas. Eye protection is worn during treatment to protect the eyes, but isn’t necessary once the treatment is over.”
National Eczema Association
“Phototherapy is used for widespread eczema or for localized eczema (such as hands and feet) that is unresponsive to topical treatments. For some, it can be a way to avoid using systemic treatments such as cyclosporine or methotrexate. The phototherapy machines used by doctors emit UVB light at 311-312 nm range, which is the most beneficial portion of natural sunlight for skin diseases. It also avoids the UVA aspect of sunlight which is very damaging to skin.”
Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
National Alopecia Areata Foundation
The mission of NAAF’s Treatment Development Program (TDP) is to find a safe and effective treatment or cure for alopecia areata to benefit the 145 million people worldwide who have, had or will develop alopecia areata in their lifetime.
Since 1985, based on targeted research aims set forth during our biennial research summits, NAAF has awarded 178 research grants totaling $4.4 million. Of that, 38 grants totaling $1.65 million have been directed to the line of inquiry that has led to the current clinical trials with JAK inhibitors that are showing such promise for re-growing hair in people with alopecia areata.