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PhotoMedex's 'Itching to Win' Contest Offers Free Phototherapy Treatments With the XTRAC Laser to Deserving Psoriasis Patients Nationwide
Date:7/18/2011

MONTGOMERYVILLE, Pa., July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of National Psoriasis Awareness Month in August, PhotoMedex, Inc. (NASDAQ: PHMD), an innovator of medical devices, today has launched the "Itching to Win" contest, an opportunity for six deserving psoriasis patients to win a full series of treatments with the XTRAC excimer laser.

The XTRAC laser is the only clinically proven, FDA-cleared dermatology excimer laser with independent safety and quality certifications. It provides targeted phototherapy treatment for psoriasis offering safe, effective and lasting results.

Beginning July 18, 2011, contestants can enter by sharing their personal battle with psoriasis and how it's affected their lives.  To enter, contestants will tell their story in 250 words or less, complete a short questionnaire and submit a photo before August 14, 2011 at midnight (ET).  One winner, not limited to location within the continental U.S., will be chosen in addition to one winner in each of these cities: Detroit, Chicago, Dallas, Tampa, Fla. and Phoenix, Ariz.

Winners will receive a full series of XTRAC excimer laser treatments* from a participating dermatologist in their area.  All contestants will receive a free sample of NEOVA Intense Brightening Complex, a highly effective, illuminating formula that minimizes the appearance of localized discolorations, speeds the emergence of undamaged, healthy skin and brightens without irritation.  For more information on how to enter and for full rules and restrictions, contestants should become a fan of the XTRAC Facebook page.

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