Many people with Vitiligo also have a family history of the condition. As it runs in the family, it does suggest that Genetics play a role. In the past many Vitiligo patients have felt that if their Vitiligo is hereditary, treatment is not possible. We have found that by using the correct product, it can well be treated successfully, and being predisposed to Vitiligo is not going prevention the treatment of the condition. This genetic case study which is still ongoing, does show that Vitiligo can be treated.
The following testimonial was written by the patients mother:
“My daughter, now 25, was diagnosed with Vitiligo (genetic) when she was about 15. However, she started losing pigmentation a few years prior to that – we just didn’t know what was causing it. The pigmentation loss is decentralized with one side of her body seemingly affected completely differently to the other. Spots “appeared” across her fingers, arms, elbow-area, armpit, legs belly and shoulders and became worse over the years, with sun-exposure and stress aggravating it.
We’ve been exceptionally skeptical of treatments claiming to reverse Vitiligo having tried diet, shakes, juicing and topical treatment and I’ve been reading up on the condition in desperate attempts to find a cure, but I’ve been told that there is no “cure” for the genetic version. Getting this news is difficult for anyone and terrible for a mom to hear that the “genes” are carried over from the mom rather than the dad. It is even worse for the person diagnosed to deal with – further aggravated when diagnosed in your teenage years.
In August 2018, we tried juicing (specific veggies and ginger etc. juiced together with Kale and consumed twice a day – even gifted her a juicer!) That, also, didn’t work.
February 2019, we decided to give the Vitilox range a try and ordered the Vitiligo Cream and Vitamins combo-pack – We’ve refilled once (recently) with just the Vitamins as the cream seems to last a good while regardless of the area to be covered.
Below are the Before and After pics of just her left arm and we can definitely see an improvement!! The product has certainly given her hope in reducing the effects of Vitiligo and re-pigmentation of affected areas. Needless to say – Treatment will continue for Bibi!!”
Note that the product used in this study is the Vitilox Pigmentation Cream and the Vitilox B12 and Folic acid Vitamins.
Easy to apply and quick absorbing it does not leave an oily film on your skin. Vitilox works quickly in stimulating the melanocytes.
It is well documented that Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid is vital for the prevention and treatment of Vitiligo. If your Vitiligo is spreading quickly, the vitamins slow down the spread and, in many cases, stop the further spread of the Vitiligo condition.
Folic acid is an important Vitamin, and helps your body to produce new cells, and prevent DNA changes in the body. It also keeps your immune system healthy, and together with the Vitamin B12 is essential in the fight against Vitiligo.
If your body coverage is more than 25% and you are predisposed to Vitiligo, you may want to rather look at our Vitilox Pigmentation Cream and T-Cell-V tablets. The T-Cell-V tablets.
The ingredients of Vitilox T-Cell-V have all been carefully selected to work together for the process of melanogenesis and to regulate the immune responses, in particular, in relation to the alteration of the T-cell population in Vitiligo patients.
The alteration of T-cell population shows decreased T-helper cells in patients with Vitiligo. T-helper cells heal and rejuvenate skin by the production of new cells. T-helper cells are arguably the most important cells in adaptive immunity, as they are required for almost all adaptive immune responses. They also help activate cytotoxic T-cells to kill infected target cells.
If you require any further information on Genetic Vitiligo, or any of the products listed here, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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