With illuvinate, you may experience long-lasting remission with only a few weeks of treatments in the privacy of your own home.

After trying multiple existing options for treating his own psoriasis, Evan began tinkering with coal tar, occlusive dressings and light therapy inspired by the incredible clinical results of the Goeckerman regimen. From that inspiration the team developed the illuvinate system, giving millions access to
“I was surprised by the speed of the treatment and even more surprised when it remained in remission for over two years. Since then I have dedicated myself to making this therapy available to other psoriasis sufferers.”
Our new patented system is backed by strong clinical data. Coal tar micro-globules are suspended in a hydrogel. Our app customizes the treatment to your skin type and condition using UVB LED Light. Illuvinate will fit comfortably into your lifestyle because the light operates hands-free and automatically,

To get illuvinate, it is a simple 3-step process:

Step 1: Talk to your dermatologist about how illuvinate could help you. If you don’t have a dermatologist, call our Concierge Care Team and we’ll help you schedule a consultation.

Step 2: After we receive your required prescription, we’ll reach out to you to schedule a personalized training with one of our Concierge Care team members.​

Step 3: We will meet you on a prearranged date, provide one-on-one training, and answer any questions.

WHO WE ARE

We are a medical device company developing light therapies for the 40 million people in the US with inflammatory skin disorders. Luma Therapeutics was born when our CEO Evan Anderson found that he had psoriasis and discovered a way to treat himself effectively. He knew then that he wanted to develop similar treatments for the millions of other people suffering from skin disorders.
We work hard every day to help people get clear skin with easy to use, affordable therapies. Our goal is to develop an at home treatment that will put psoriasis in remission for an extended period of time after only a few weeks of therapy.