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Category: Vitiligo FAQs

Vitiligo and Allergies

Vitiligo and Allergies

From our ongoing assessments, and also patient consultations, we have noticed that Allergies do cause Vitiligo to trigger, or spread. Vitiligo and Allergies do have a very strong connection, especially if you are predisposed to the condition. Vitiligo and Allergies are very closely connected, and many of our new patients see the first signs of
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Treating a High Vitiligo Coverage

Vitiligo High Body Coverage

When we have had Vitiligo for many years, or it is spreading rapidly, (more than a 25% body coverage) we need to use a product that is capable of first slowing down and stopping the further spread of the Vitiligo before looking at restoring our natural skin tone. Treating a High Vitiligo Coverage is very
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Vitiligo Lip Treatment

If you have localised Vitiligo to the lips, or are suffering from Vitiligo around the lips and on the inner lips, we recently introduced our Vitilox Vitiligo Lip Treatment product to help soothe the inner lips, and to treat this very sensitive area. Vitiligo is a skin disorder that causes the pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) to
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Vitiligo Skin Trauma Treatment

One of the main causes of Vitiligo is Skin Trauma. Vitiligo Skin Trauma can be caused by various injuries, e.g. Sun Burn, Cuts, Injuries, Rashes, Allergies and Chemicals. Vitiligo Skin Trauma Treatment starts with Vitilox! Generally, Vitiligo will start around the injured area. It may remain localised to this area or spread to other parts
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T-Cell-V or Vitamin B12 for Vitiligo?

Vitiligo Treatment – Vitamin B12 or T-Cell-V ?? With the introduction of the new T-Cell-V tablets, how do we know which is the correct vitamin to use? Vitilox Vitamin B12 & Folic acid: This product is recommended for children from 3 years as well as for adults. We recommend these tablets be taken if you
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Vitiligo Hand Case Study

At Vitiligo Treatment, we have the widest range of products available to treat the majority of the Vitiligo conditions. If you are unsure of the correct product for your own condition, please fill out our free Vitiligo Assessment on the website. We conducted the following Vitiligo Hand Case Study in 2018. This case involved treating
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Vitiligo Immune Dysfunction Explained

We know that Vitiligo is a loss of pigment in the skin due to the destruction of pigment forming cells called Melanocytes. Here Vitiligo Immune Dysfunction is explained The natural colour of your skin comes from a pigment called melanin, which is produced by cells called melanocytes. The Vitiligo skin disorder characterized by white patches
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Vitiligo Case Study – Children

Vitiligo Case Study – Children. At Vitiligo Treatment, we do our best to ensure we have the right products available to treat as many different Vitiligo conditions as possible.  We invest in our own research and development. We also correspond continuously with our patients by way of initial online assessments, advice, support and ongoing treatment
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Coping with Vitiligo

Coping with Vitiligo and being diagnosed with Vitiligo can be very traumatic; While the condition is reversible and not contagious often just looking different from others will make you feel very self-conscious. Our consultants at Vitiligo Treatment offer you support and treatment advice to help you through this stressful time, and help you to cope
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Vitilox Vitiligo Cover Cream

Vitilox Cover Cream Vitilox Vitiligo Cover Cream is a revolutionary new Vitiligo Face and Body Camouflage. This new Vitiligo Cover Cream is able to conceal your white spots and patches effectively. You can use this product over Vitilox Pigmentation Cream.  As a result treatment of your face and other parts of your body will not
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Vitiligo And Your Diet

Vitiligo Diet Recommendations: Vitiligo is a skin condition in which certain parts of the body loses pigmentation causing the skin to turn white.  The loss or destruction of pigment called melanin causes these white patches. This pigment, melanin, is responsible for giving colour to the skin. Vitiligo Treatment has carefully compiled this article on Vitiligo and
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What is Vitiligo?

Vitiligo is a dermatological condition which occurs when your pigment (skin color) producing cells die or stop producing pigment. This results in the appearance of white patches on different parts of the body. What are the causes? Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition in which the body’s immune systems begins to mistakenly attack and destroy certain
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